Designing Loss Functions for Structured Prediction
Invited talk at
Structured Prediction: Tractability, Learning, and Inference
Portland, Oregon. Summer 2013.
Fast Exact Inference with Cardinality-like Potentials
Hebrew University Learning Group Seminar, Jerusalem, Israel. Summer 2012.
Efficient Machine Learning with Combinatorial and High Order Structures
Microsoft Research Cambridge, Cambridge, UK. Spring 2012.
Graph Cuts is a Max-Product Algorithm
Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, Barcelona, Spain. Summer 2011.
Dynamic Tree Block Coordinate Ascent
International Conference on Machine Learning, Bellevue, Washington. Summer 2011.
Learning with High Order Models and Loss Functions
Toronto Machine Learning Group Seminar, Toronto, Canada, Fall 2010.
Robust and Efficient Schedules for Chain and Grid Models in Infer.NET
Microsoft Research Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Summer 2010.
On the Relationship Between Graph Cuts and Max-Product Belief Propagation
CBL Lab, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Summer 2010.
Max-Product Belief Propagation in High Order Factor Graphs
Toronto Machine Learning Group Seminar, Toronto, Canada, Fall 2009.
Microsoft Research Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Summer 2009.
Automatically Calibrating a Probabilistic Graphical Model of Building Energy Consumption
IBPSA Conference on Building Simulation, Glasgow, Scotland, Summer 2009.
Flexible Priors for Exemplar-based Clustering
Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, Helsinki, Finland,
Toronto Machine Learning Group Seminar,
Toronto, Canada, Winter 2008.
Learning Articulated Skeletons from Motion
CIFAR Summer School on Neural Computation and Adaptive Perception,
Using Combinatorial Optimization within Max-Product Belief Propagation
Toronto Machine Learning Group Seminar, Toronto, Canada,
The Role of Features in a Feedback-based Ranking System
Mountain View, California, Summer 2006.
Partition-based Inference in Markov Networks
with John Duchi.
Daphne Koller group,
Stanford, California, Spring 2006.
Learning in General Games
with Lee Zen and Ankit Garg.
Stanford Logic Group,
Stanford, California, Winter 2005.
Automated Grading of Logic-based Homework Problems
Stanford Logic Group,
Stanford, California, Summer 2004.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Google Search in Your Browser Searchbox
Google labs has a product that lets you navigate search results using keyboard shortcuts.
If you want to use keyboard shortcut Google search in your browser searchbox, you need to
create an OpenSearch XML file describing the searchbox and ask the browser to load it. I did that here.
Sadly, Google has killed this product.
- My take on March Madness predictions
. (2011 Tournament Bracketology
- My dad, who you should go see if you need knee surgery
in Phoenix, AZ.