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Bill Moggridge - It's getting so complicated

Bill Moggridge is the co-founder of IDEO, an internationally recognized design firm. He has designed the first laptop computer, the GRiD Compass, and pioneered Interaction Design as a discipline.…

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Michael Mitzenmacher - Bloom Filters, Cuckoo Hashing, Cuckoo Filters, Adaptive Cuckoo Filters, and Learned Bloom Filters

I will go over some of my past and present work on hashing-based data structures. After presenting some background on Bloom filters and cuckoo hashing, we will describe cuckoo filters, an efficient…

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Bridget Hurley, Jim McClelland, Patrick O'Neal, Vivian Singletary, Tabia Henry Akintobi - Panel Discussion

Health Systems: The Next Generation 2018 2:45 – 4:00pm PanelBridget Hurley, VP of Clinical and Regulatory | Evidation Health Jim McClelland, Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment,…

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Jennifer R. DuBose, Danny Hughes, Omer T. Inan, Zihao Li, Mark Styczynski - Rapid Fire Research Presentations

1:15 – 2:15pm Rapid Fire Research PresentationsJennifer R DuBose, MS, Associate Director of the SimTigrate Design Lab, Principal Research Associate |Georgia Institute of Technology Danny…

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Pinar Keskinocak - Welcome

1:00 – 1:15pm WelcomeDr. Pinar Keskinocak, Co-director, Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems | Georgia Institute of Technology William W. George Chair and Professor Milton Stewart School…

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Gabor Lugosi - Combinatorial Testing Problems

In these lectures we discuss some statistical problems with an interesting combinatorial structure behind. We start by reviewing the "hidden clique" problem, a simple prototypical example…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 3 Months ago 16 views 0  

Mary Wootters - Improved Decoding of Folded Reed-Solomon and Multiplicity Codes

List-decoding is an important primitive in the theory of error correcting codes, and it has long been a goal to obtain explicit constructions of capacity-achieving, efficiently list-decodable codes. …

From  Kathryn Gentilello 4 Months ago 15 views 0  

Sara van de Geer - The Debiased Lasso

In the third lecture we use sparsity to establish confidence intervals for a parameter of interest. The idea is to use the penalized estimator as an initial estimator in a one-step Newton-Raphson…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 5 Months ago 43 views 0  

Sara van de Geer - Compatibility and the Lasso

We will see in the first lecture that one needs conditions which relate the penalty to the risk function. They have in a certain sense to be “compatible”. We discuss these compatibility…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 5 Months ago 53 views 0  

Sara van de Geer - Sharp Oracle Inequalities for Non-Convex Loss

There will be three lectures, which in principle will be independent units. Their common theme is exploiting sparsity in high-dimensional statistics. Sparsity means that the statistical model…

From  Kathryn Gentilello 5 Months ago 84 views 0