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Cancelled- AMS Seminar: David Gu (Stony Brook University) @ Whitehead 304 1:30 pm
Cancelled- AMS Seminar: David Gu (Stony Brook University) @ Whitehead 304
Apr 2 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Title: A Geometric Understanding of Deep Learning Abstract: This work introduces an optimal transportation (OT) view of generative adversarial networks (GANs). Natural datasets have intrinsic patterns, which can be summarized as the manifold distribution principle:[...]
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AMS Weekly Seminar w/ Amitabh Basu on Zoom 1:30 pm
AMS Weekly Seminar w/ Amitabh Basu on Zoom
Apr 9 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Title: Complexity of cutting plane and branch-and-bound algorithms Abstract: We present some results on the theoretical complexity of branch-and-bound (BB) and cutting plane (CP) algorithms for integer programming (linear and nonlinear). We will first give an[...]
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AMS Weekly Seminar w/ Yanxun Xu on Zoom 1:30 pm
AMS Weekly Seminar w/ Yanxun Xu on Zoom
Apr 16 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Title: Decoding When and How to Treat Patients using a Bayesian Probabilistic Reinforcement Learning Approach Abstract: Patients that undergo kidney transplantation are at risk for a number of complications and graft rejection after surgery, which[...]
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AMS Weekly Seminar w/ Jesus Arroyo on Zoom 1:30 pm
AMS Weekly Seminar w/ Jesus Arroyo on Zoom
Apr 23 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Title:  Inference for multiple heterogeneous networks with a common invariant subspace Abstract: The development of models for multiple heterogeneous network data is of critical importance both in statistical network theory and across multiple application domains.[...]
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AMS Weekly Zoom Seminar w/ Tom Woolf from School of Medicine, Department of Physiology 1:30 pm
AMS Weekly Zoom Seminar w/ Tom Woolf from School of Medicine, Department of Physiology
Apr 30 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Title:  Circadian Event Streams: Initial Models for Prediction and Control Abstract:  Our daily habits can have long-term health consequences.  We are evaluating a simple idea for health: eating within a shorter interval of time (for[...]
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