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NIPS Workshops 2009 - Whistler   

NIPS Workshops, Whistler 2009

The Post-Conference Workshop Program covered a wide range of topics from Neuroscience to Machine Learning. For more workshop schedule information please consult the Workshop URL on the workshop's page.

Detailed information can be found at NIPS 2009 Workshops Homepage.

Click on the picture for the videos from 2009 NIPS Conference in Vancouver.


Machine Learning in Computational Biology

Clustering: Science or Art? Towards Principled Approaches

Probabilistic Approaches for Robotics and Control

Grammar Induction, Representation of Language and Language Learning

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Jennifer A. Gillenwater Jennifer A. Gillenwater
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Kewei Tu, Edouard Gilbert, et al. Kewei Tu, Edouard Gilbert, Adam R. Teichert, Mehmet Ali Yatbaz, Valentin I. Spitkovsky, Oskar Kohonen

Learning from Multiple Sources with Applications to Robotics

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Brenna D. Argall, Bertrand Douillard, et al. Brenna D. Argall, Bertrand Douillard, Amrish S. Kapoor, Jesús Martínez-Gómez, Arman Melkumyan

Optimization for Machine Learning

Kernels for Multiple Outputs and Multi-task Learning: Frequentist and Bayesian Points of View

Approximate Learning of Large Scale Graphical Models: Theory and Applications

Transfer Learning for Structured Data

Large-Scale Machine Learning: Parallelism and Massive Datasets

Temporal Segmentation: Perspectives from Statistics, Machine Learning, and Signal Processing

Generative and Discriminative Learning Interface

Reviews and comments:

Comment1 Tony Jebara, February 26, 2010 at 9:17 p.m.:

Why are some of the videos for NIPS 2009 workshops locked and unviewable?

Tony Jebara

Comment2 Simon Lacoste-Julien, March 3, 2010 at 12:30 a.m.:

Hi Tony, some videos are locked most probably because they are still being processed.

Comment3 Davor Orlic (staff), March 29, 2010 at 8:57 p.m.:

Tony, Simon, the lectures are locked because some of the speakers didn't want to publish their talks due to new/unpublished scientific material/results.

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