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Methods for Individual Treatment Assignment: An Application and Comparison for Playlist Generation

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May 09, 2020
Carlos Fernández-Loría, Foster Provost, Jesse Anderton, Benjamin Carterette, Praveen Chandar

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Adaptively Pruning Features for Boosted Decision Trees

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May 19, 2018
Maryam Aziz, Jesse Anderton, Javed Aslam

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Pure Exploration in Infinitely-Armed Bandit Models with Fixed-Confidence

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Mar 13, 2018
Maryam Aziz, Jesse Anderton, Emilie Kaufmann, Javed Aslam

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Measuring Human-perceived Similarity in Heterogeneous Collections

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Feb 16, 2018
Jesse Anderton, Pavel Metrikov, Virgil Pavlu, Javed Aslam

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