So it looks like there will be more than 5700 people attending NIPS this year in Barcelona.

@IgorCarron @cmarschner my figure is already out of date ...— Neil Lawrence (@lawrennd) 3 décembre 2016

I should be one of them starting Thursday. If you are on your way to NIPS you want to

- read Neil Lawrence's "Don't Panic: Deep Learning will be Mostly Harmless" blog post.
- schedule your way around NIPS with the NIPS2016 scheduler:
- check the Twitter hashtag #NIPS2016 to see who's coming
- read the Salon des Réfusés papers (List of papers that were rejected at NIPS 2016 are also listed below). It's a shame there isn't a list of refused Workshops because I know of at least one.

- you are probably attending the 13th European Workshop on Reinforcement Learning (EWRL 2016). Here is the program. All the accepted papers are here. The hashtag seems to be #EWRL2016
- or that you have already downloaded the 170 pages conference book, the 70 pages Workshop book since it would put a strain on the conference wifi if you were to do once inside the convention center.The pre-proceedings that links to some papers is here.

Clustering with a Reject Option: Interactive Clustering as Bayesian Prior Elicitation

Grad-CAM: Why did you say that? Visual Explanations from Deep Networks via Gradient-based Localization

Differential response of the retinal neural code with respect to the sparseness of natural images

On Enumerating Stable Configurations of Cellular Automata with the MAJORITY update rule

[abs]
[ResearchGate]

Word2Vec is a special case of Kernel Correspondence Analysis and Kernels for Natural Language Processing

Neural Sampling by Irregular Gating Inhibition of Spiking Neurons and Attractor Networks

Node-Adapt, Path-Adapt and Tree-Adapt: Model-Transfer Domain Adaptation for Random Forest

Exploring and measuring non-linear correlations: Copulas, Lightspeed Transportation and Clustering

Quantifying the probable approximation error of probabilistic inference programs

A performance-based approach to design the stimulus presentation paradigm for the P300-based BCI

[abs]
[ResearchGate]

On Minimal Accuracy Algorithm Selection in Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems

Differential Covariance: A New Class of Methods to Estimate Sparse Connectivity from Neural Recordings

[abs]
[ResearchGate]

Deep Variational Bayes Filters: Unsupervised Learning of State Space Models from Raw Data

Unsupervised Learning of Word-Sequence Representations from Scratch via Convolutional Tensor Decomposition

The Shallow End: Empowering Shallower Deep-Convolutional Networks through Auxiliary Outputs

One Class Splitting Criteria for Random Forests with Application to Anomaly Detection

Predictive Coding for Dynamic Vision: Development of Functional Hierarchy in a Multiple Spatio-Temporal Scales RNN Model

Dataflow matrix machines as programmable, dynamically expandable, self-referential generalized recurrent neural networks

Scan, Attend and Read: End-to-End Handwritten Paragraph Recognition with MDLSTM Attention

Convergence Rate Analysis of a Stochastic Trust Region Method for Nonconvex Optimization

Kernel regression, minimax rates and effective dimensionality: beyond the regular case

Improved Multi-Class Cost-Sensitive Boosting via Estimation of the Minimum-Risk Class

### Accepted Papers

*Non-Deterministic Policy Improvement Stabilizes Approximated Reinforcement Learning.*Wendelin Böhmer, Rong Guo and Klaus Obermayer*Batch policy iteration algorithms for continuous domains.*Bilal Piot, Matthieu Geist and Olivier Pietquin*Corrupt Bandits.*Pratik Gajane, Tanguy Urvoy and Emilie Kaufmann*Exploration Potential.*Jan Leike*Toward a data efficient neural actor-critic.*Matthieu Zimmer, Yann Boniface and Alain Dutech*Bayesian Optimal Policies for Asynchronous Bandits with Known Trends*. Mohammed Amine Alaoui, Tanguy Urvoy and Fabrice Clérot*Online Linear Programming with Unobserved Constraints.*Wenzhuo Yang, Shie Mannor and Huan Xu*Consistent On-Line Off-Policy Evaluation*. Assaf Hallak and Shie Mannor*Automatic Representation for Life-Time Value Recommender Systems.*Assaf Hallak, Elad Yom-Tov and Yishay Mansour*A Lower Bound for Multi-Armed Bandits with Expert Advice.*Yevgeny Seldin and Gábor Lugosi*Principled Option Learning in Markov Decision Processes.*Roy Fox, Michal Moshkovitz and Naftali Tishby*Accelerated Gradient Temporal Difference Learning.*Yangchen Pan, Adam White and Martha White*Memory Lens: How Much Memory Does an Agent Use?*Christoph Dann, Katja Hofmann and Sebastian Nowozin*Spatio-Temporal Abstractions in Reinforcement Learning Through Neural Encoding.*Nir Baram, Tom Zahavy and Shie Mannor*Iterative Hierarchical Optimization for Misspecified Problems.*Daniel J. Mankowitz, Timothy Mann and Shie Mannor.*Situational Awareness by Risk-Conscious Skills.*Daniel J. Mankowitz, Aviv Tamar and Shie Mannor*A Deep Hierarchical Approach to Lifelong Learning in Minecraft.*Chen Tessler, Shahar Givony, Daniel J. Mankowitz, Tom Zahavy and Shie Mannor*Deep Reinforcement Learning Solutions for Energy Microgrids Management.*Vincent Francois-Lavet, David Taralla, Damien Ernst and Raphael Fonteneau*Exploration–Exploitation in MDPs with Options.*Ronan Fruit and Alessandro Lazaric*Using Policy Gradients to Account for Changes in Behavior Policies under Off-policy Control.*Lucas Lehnert and Doina Precup*Linear Thompson Sampling Revisited.*Marc Abeille and Alessandro Lazaric*Magical Policy Search: Data Efficient Reinforcement Learning with Guarantees of Global Optimality.*Philip Thomas and Emma Brunskill*Robust Kalman Temporal Difference.*Shirli Di-Castro Shashua and Shie Mannor*Approximations of the Restless Bandit Problem.*Steffen Grunewalder and Azadeh Khaleghi*Decoding multitask DQN in the world of Minecraft.*Lydia Liu, Urun Dogan and Katja Hofmann*Why is Posterior Sampling Better than Optimism for Reinforcement Learning?*Ian Osband and Benjamin Van Roy*Value-Aware Loss Function for Model Learning in Reinforcement Learning.*Amir-Massoud Farahmand, Andre Barreto and Daniel Nikovski

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