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IJCAI 2020, pp.2427-2434, (2020)
Our approach synthesizes an explanation by selecting representative sentences from a product’s reviews, contextualizing the opinions based on aspect-level sentiments from a class of compatible explainable recommendation models
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IJCAI 2020, pp.354-361, (2020)
Various feedback mechanisms are considered for learning a model of negative side effects and their biases are analyzed empirically
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international joint conference on artificial intelligence, (2019)
We address the problem of classification with noisy triplets that have been obtained in a passive manner: the examples lie in an unknown metric space, not necessarily Euclidean, and
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IJCAI, pp.4623-4629, (2018)
We present a commonsense knowledge aware conversational model to demonstrate how commonsense knowledge can facilitate language understanding and generation in open-domain conversational systems
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IJCAI, pp.4446-4452, (2018)
We propose SentiGAN, which can generate a variety of high-quality texts of different sentiment labels
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IJCAI, pp.2595-2601, (2018)
We defined a general framework for improving the performance of graph comparison algorithms
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Chun Kai Ling,Fei Fang,J. Zico Kolter
IJCAI, (2018): 396-402
We demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach on several domains: a toy normal-form game where payoffs depend on external context; a one-card poker game; and a security resource allocation game, which is an extensive-form generalization of defender-attacker game in security do...
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IJCAI, pp.49-55, (2018)
In the paper we addressed a number of questions related to whether consensus can be achieved in settings where opinions of the agents are affected by social influence phenomena
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IJCAI, pp.1810-1816, (2018)
An important step into this direction has been made by Kikot and Zolin who identify a large class of conjunctive queries that are rewritable into instance queries: a conjunctive queries is rewritable into an ALCI-instance queries if it is connected and every cycle passes through ...
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Li Xue
IJCAI, pp.2411-2417, (2018)
In practice, the circumstance that training and test data are clean is not always satisfied. The performance of existing methods in the learning using privileged information (LUPI) paradigm may be seriously challenged, due to the lack of clear strategies to address potential nois...
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IJCAI, (2017): 1123-1130
While certain forms of aggregation can be simulated by iterating over the object domain, as in our examples in Section 3, such a solution may be too cumbersome for practical use, and it relies on the existence of a linear order over the object domain, which is a strong theoretica...
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IJCAI, pp.3235-3241, (2016)
We have showed that hierarchical Finite State Controllers can be generated in an incremental fashion to address more challenging generalized planning problems
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JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH, (2015): 127.0-168
We focused on a specific type of preprocessing techniques, clause elimination procedures that remove clauses from conjunctive normal form and prenex conjunctive normal form formulas based on different polynomial-time checkable redundancy properties
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IJCAI'15 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, (2015)
This paper proposed a new approach to solving hard nonconvex optimization problems based on recursive decomposition
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IJCAI'15 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp.3605-3611, (2015)
We proposed a framework for query efficient posterior estimation for expensive blackbox likelihood evaluations
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Artif. Intell., no. C (2014): 78-122
Dropout is a recently introduced algorithm for training neural network by randomly dropping units during training to prevent their co-adaptation. A mathematical analysis of some of the static and dynamic properties of dropout is provided using Bernoulli gating variables, general ...
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IJCAI, pp.1778-1784, (2013)
This paper has shown that it is possible to use random embeddings in Bayesian optimization to optimize functions of high extrinsic dimensionality D, provided that they have low intrinsic dimensionality de
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IJCAI, pp.2422-2428, (2013)
The advantage of the flexibility metric we propose is twofold: First of all, this metric takes into account the correlations between time events unlike previous methods that have been proposed in the literature
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IJCAI, pp.649-654, (2011)
We have presented Nested Rollout Policy Adaptation, an Monte Carlo tree search algorithm that uses gradient ascent on its rollout policy to navigate search
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Keywords
Information RetrievalFundamental ProblemMachine Learning2-player TexasAbnormality DetectionAbstracted GameAbstraction TechniqueAcceptable FlexibilityActive LearningActive Learning Method
Authors
Abram (Abe) Friesen
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Pedro M. Domingos
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T. Schauenberg
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Shlomo Zilberstein
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Nadja Betzler
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Florian Lonsing
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Bob Huisman
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Jaime G. Carbonell
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Egor V. Kostylev
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Dan Gardingen
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