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Giles Hooker's Zoom Meeting

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Group3.mp4

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Tchernyshyov2.mp4

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03 - Discussion of: Decision-making in Clinical Conditions: Is This Knowledge Useful for Neuroeconomics?

BLCC Meeting

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ORIE 9000 Colloquium - Xiaodong Li: Low-rank recovery: from convex to nonconvex methods

Low-rank structures are common in modern data analysis, and they play essential roles in various applications. It is challenging to recover low-rank structures reliably and ef´Čüciently from corrupted…

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ORIE 9000 Colloquium - Rafael Frongillo: A Unified Theory of Elicitation via Convex Analysis

Elicitation is the study of mechanisms which incentivize the truthful reporting of private information from self-minded agents. In this talk I will present a general theory of elicitation grounded in…

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ORIE Colloquium on 2/18/2015 - Mariana Olvera-Cravioto: Queues in the Cloud: Generalizing the single server queue to massively parallel networks

Motivated by today’s cloud computing capabilities in large server farms, we present a queueing model where jobs are split into a number of pieces which are then randomly routed to…

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ORIE Colloquium on 1/29/2015 - Jason Lee: Selective Inference via the Condition on Selection Framework: Applications to Inference After Variable Selection

Selective Inference is the problem of testing hypotheses that are chosen or suggested by the data. Inference after variable selection in high-dimensional linear regression is a common example of…

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CAM Colloquium - Ioannis Papastathopoulos: High-dimensional inference for multivariate extremes

Natural hazards such as floods, heatwaves and windstorms can cause havoc for the people affected and typically result in huge financial losses. Drug-induced liver injury is a major public health and…

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ORIE Colloquium on 3/25/2014 - Rob Freund: A First-Order View of Some Boosting Methods: Computational Guarantees and Connections to Regularization

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 4:15pm Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall, 253 ORIE Colloquium: Rob Freund (MIT) - A First-Order View of Some Boosting Methods: Computational Guarantees and Connections to…

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ORIE Colloquium on 2/6/2014 - Po-Ling Loh (Cal-Berkeley): Nonconvex Methods for High-Dimensional Regression with Noisy and Missing Data

Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 4:15pm Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall, 253 ORIE Colloquium: Po-Ling Loh (Cal-Berkeley) - Nonconvex Methods for High-Dimensional Regression with Noisy and Missing Data Noisy…

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ORIE Colloquium, 2014-05-02 - Philippe Rigollet: The Statistical Price to Pay for Computational Efficiency in Sparse PCA

Friday, May 2 2:20 p.m. – Presentation – 253 Rhodes Hall Philippe Rigollet The statistical price to pay for computational efficiency in sparse PCA Computational limitations of…

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ORIE Colloquium on 2/4/2014 - John Duchi: Machine Learning: a Discipline of Resource Tradeoffs

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at 4:15pm Upson Hall, B17 ORIE Colloquium: John Duchi (UC Berkeley) - Machine Learning: a Discipline of Resource Tradeoffs Joint colloquium with Computer Science. How…

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CAM Colloquium: Howard C. Elman (Maryland) - Reduced Basis Collocation Methods for Partial Differential Equations with Random Coefficients

Friday, March 7, 2014 at 3:30pm Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall, 655 CAM Colloquium: Howard C. Elman (Maryland) - Reduced Basis Collocation Methods for Partial Differential Equations with Random…

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ORIE Colloquium on 10/7/2014 - Bruce Turnbull: Interim Monitoring of Clinical Trials: Decision Theory, Dynamic Programming and Optimal Stopping

There are currently over 33,000 clinical trials being conducted worldwide according to the registry clinicaltrial.gov. These are very expensive, often costing tens or even hundreds of millions of…

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ORIE Colloquium on 11/18/2014 - Patrick Cheridito: Equilibrium Pricing under Translation Invariant Preferences

Abstract: A general discrete-time framework for deriving equilibrium prices of financial assets is proposed. It allows for heterogenous agents, unspanned random endowments and convex trading…

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