Thanks to Francis Bach, we now have the slides of the presentation made at the "Fête Parisienne in Computation, Inference and Optimization: A Young Researchers' Forum" he co-organized and that we mentioned earlier. From the program page, here are the attendant slides:
Yee Whye Teh (Oxford University)
Fast MCMC sampling for Markov jump processes and extensions
Francois Caron (INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest)
Bayesian nonparametric models for bipartite graphs
Nicolas Chopin (CREST - ENSAE)
EP-ABC: Expectation-Propagation for Likelihood-Free Inference
Igor Pruenster (University of Torino & Collegio Carlo Alberto)
On some distributional properties of Gibbs-type priors
Sylvain Arlot (CNRS - Ecole Normale Supérieure)
Optimal model selection with V-fold cross-validation: how should V be chosen?
Dejeuner - Session Poster
Aurélien Garivier (Institut Mathématique de Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier)
Dynamic resource allocation as an estimation problem
Aarti Singh (Carnegie Mellon University)
Optimal convex optimization under Tsybakov noise through reduction toactive learning
Zaid Harchaoui (INRIA Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes)
Large-scale learning with conditional gradient algorithms
Peter Richtarik (University of Edinburgh)
Mini-batch primal and dual methods for support vector machines
Guillaume Obozinski (Ecole des Ponts - Paristech)
Convex relaxation for Combinatorial Penalties
Djalel Benbouzid, "Fast classification using sparse decision DAGs"
Pierre Chiche, "Central kernels for compact groups"
Pierre Gaillard, "Mirror descent meets fixed-share (and feels no regret)"
Edouard Grave, "Hidden Markov tree model for semantic class induction"
Emilie Kaufmann, "Improved bandit algorithms: Go Bayesian!"
Azadeh Khaleghi, "Temporal Clustering of Highly Dependent Data"
Simon Lacoste-Julien, "Block-Coordinate Frank-Wolfe for Structural SVMs"
Aurore Lomet, "Model selection in block clustering by the ICL"
Emile Richard, "Intersecting singularities for multi-structured estimation"
Sylvain Robbiano, "Ranking Ordinal data and aggregation of bipartite ranking rules"
Thanks Francis !
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