Friday, October 31, 2014

Thesis: On optimal Sampling in low and high dimension, Alexandra Carpentier

On optimal Sampling in low and high dimension by Alexandra Carpentier
During my PhD, I had the chance to learn and work under the great supervision of my advisor Remi (Munos) in two fields that are of particular interest to me. The se domains are BanditTheory and Compressed Sensing. While studying these domains I came to the conclusion that they are connected if one looks at them trough the prism of optimal sampling. Both these fields are concerned with strategies on how to sample the space in an efficient way: Bandit Theory in low dimension, and Compressed Sensing in high dimension. In this Dissertation, I present most of the work my co-authors and I produced during the three years that my PhD lasted
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