More data means less inference: A pseudo-max approach to structured learning

author: David Sontag, Computer Science Department, New York University (NYU)
published: March 25, 2011,   recorded: December 2010,   views: 192
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The problem of learning to predict structured labels is of key importance in many applications. However, for general graph structure both learning and inference in this setting are intractable. Here we show that it is possible to circumvent this difficulty when the input distribution is rich enough via a method similar in spirit to pseudo-likelihood. We show how our new method achieves consistency, and illustrate empirically that it indeed performs as well as exact methods when sufficiently large training sets are used.

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