Comparison-based learning: hierarchical clustering and classification

Michael Perrot
MPI - Tubingen

Date(s) : 21/02/2020   iCal
14 h 00 min - 15 h 00 min

We address the problem of learning in a framework where one does not have access to a representation of the examples nor to their pairwise similarities. Instead, we assume that only a set of comparisons between objects is available. These comparisons are statements of the form “objects A and B are more similar than objects C and D” or “object A is more similar to object B than to object C.” Such a scenario is commonly encountered in crowdsourcing applications. In this talk, we study the problems of hierarchical clustering and classification in such a comparison-based framework. In both cases, we propose new algorithms that are able to directly learn from the comparisons and come with theoretical guarantees on their performances.

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Site Nord, CMI, Salle de Séminaire R164 (1er étage)


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