A common numerical operation in statistical computing is to compute
where \(x_i \in \mathbb{R}\), and \(n\) is potentially very large.
We can implement the above computation by exponentiating each number, then summing …
A common numerical operation in statistical computing is to compute
where \(x_i \in \mathbb{R}\), and \(n\) is potentially very large.
We can implement the above computation by exponentiating each number, then summing …
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making progress in great strides, or at least it appears so! Almost no week passes by without some major announcements of new challenges solved by AI technology or new products powered by AI.
Indeed many quantifiable …
Nowadays authors in the fields of statistics and machine learning often choose to write their books openly by publishing early draft versions. For popular books this creates a lot of feedback and in the end clearly improves the final book …
(This article covers the decision-theoretic concept of value of information through a classic example.)
What is the value of a piece of information?
It depends. Two factors determine the value of information: first, whether the information is new to you …
This article summarizes the fourth day of the ICCV 2015 conference, the International Conference on Computer Vision. A summary of the first day, second day, and third day is also available.
ICCV 2017 will be in …