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Learning preference relations from data

Evgniou, T; Pontil, M; (2002) Learning preference relations from data. In: Marinaro, M and Tagliaferri, R, (eds.) NEURAL NETS. (pp. 23 - 32). SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN

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Abstract

A number of learning tasks can be solved robustly using key concepts from statistical learning theory. In this paper we first summarize the main concepts of statistical learning theory, a framework in which certain learning from examples problems, namely classification, regression, and density estimation, have been studied in a principled way. We then show how the key concepts of the theory can be used not only for these standard learning from examples problems, but also for many others. In particular we discuss how to learn functions which model a preference relation. The goal is to illustrate the value of statistical learning theory beyond the standard framework it has been used until now.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Learning preference relations from data
Event:13th Italian Workshop on Neural Nets (WIRN VIETRI 2002)
Location:VIETRI SUL MARE, ITALY
Dates:2002-05-30 - 2002-06-01
ISBN:3-540-44265-0
Keywords:statistical learning theory, preference relations, CONJOINT-ANALYSIS, NETWORKS
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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