Peter Vojtas: A logician journey from set theory to preference learning benchmarks

Speaker: Peter Vojtas
Institution: Charles University, Prague
Time: Mon, 12/16/2013 – 11:00am – 12:00pm

Title: A logician journey from set theory to preference learning benchmarks

Abstract: The talk will consist of two loosely connected parts: set-theoretic and computer science. We give an overview (no technical details) of our results on Galois-Tukey connections as a general framework for problem reduction. Boolean structure of absolutely divergent series gives rise to several Boolean-like asymptotic structures. Second part deals with applications of many valued logic to preference modeling, querying top-k answers and learning each individual user preferences from behaviour data (especially we mention lack of real world benchmarks)

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