Transductive Rademacher complexities for learning over a graph

author: Kristiaan Pelckmans, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University
published: Sept. 7, 2007,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 4484

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Recent investigations indicate the use of a probabilistic ”learning” perspective of tasks defined on a single graph, as opposed to the traditional algorithmical ”computational” point of view. This note discusses the use of Rademacher complexities in this setting, and illustrates the use of Kruskal’s algorithm for transductive inference based on a nearest neighbor rule.

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