Exploiting feature covariance in high-dimensional online learning

author: Justin Ma, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, UC San Diego
published: June 3, 2010,   recorded: May 2010,   views: 143
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Some online algorithms for linear classification model the uncertainty in their weights over the course of learning. Modeling the full covariance structure of the weights can provide a significant advantage for classification. However, for high-dimensional, large-scale data, even though there may be many second-order feature interactions, it is computationally infeasible to maintain this covariance structure. To extend second-order methods to high-dimensional data, we develop low-rank approximations of the covariance structure. We evaluate our approach on both synthetic and real-world data sets using the confidence-weighted online learning framework. We show improvements over diagonal covariance matrices for both low and high-dimensional data.

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