BERKELEY EECS DISSERTATION TALK

The method mitigates image blur and rerospectively synthesizes T1-weighted and T2-weighted volumetric images. This is a common problem in first-order methods for convex optimization and online-learning algorithms, such as mirror descent. The method accounts for temporal dynamics during the echo trains to reduce image blur and resolve multiple image contrasts along the T2 relaxation curve. As an example, we show that the replicator dynamics an example of mirror descent on the simplex can be accelerated using a simple averaging scheme. Finally, we discuss some of the qualitative insights from the experiments, and give directions for future research. If you are interested, please contact me! Estimation of Learning Dynamics in the Routing Game.

In the second part, we study first-order accelerated dynamics for constrained convex optimization. These results provide a distributed learning model that is robust to measurement noise and other stochastic perturbations, and allows flexibility in the choice of learning algorithm of each player. These two factors are scaling classes and requiring us to reconsider teaching practices that originated in small classes with little technology. We present the result of some simulations and numerically check the convergence of the method. We prove that if all players use the same sequence of learning rates, then their joint strategy converges almost surely to the equilibrium set. Spring Syrine Krichene Stochastic optimization with applications to distributed routing. We show that convergence holds for a large class of online learning algorithms, inspired from the continuous-time replicator dynamics.

We further give a more refined analysis of these dynamics and their convergence rates. The results also provide estimates of convergence rates, which are confirmed in simulation. In particular, we find that there may exist multiple Nash dissertatikn that have different total costs.

berkeley eecs dissertation talk

We are concerned with convergence of the actual sequence. In doing so, we first prove that if both players diwsertation a Hannan-consistent strategy, then with probability 1 the empirical distributions of play weakly converge to the set of Nash equilibria of the game. As an example, we show that the replicator dynamics an example of mirror descent on the simplex can be accelerated using a simple averaging scheme.

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We consider, in particular, entropic mirror descent berekley and reduce the problem to estimating the learning rates of each player. This results in a unified framework to derive and analyze most known first-order methods, from gradient descent and mirror descent to their accelerated versions.

The method mitigates image blur and rerospectively synthesizes T1-weighted and T2-weighted volumetric images. We collect a dataset using this platform, then apply the proposed method to estimate the tapk rates of each player. Numerical simulations on the I15 freeway in California demonstrate an improvement in performance and running time compared with existing methods.

A characterization of Nash equilibria is given, and it is shown, in particular, that there may exist multiple equilibria that have different total costs.

We provide guarantees on adaptive averaging in continuous-time, prove that it preserves the quadratic convergence rate of accelerated first-order methods in discrete-time, and give numerical experiments to compare it with existing heuristics, such as adaptive restarting.

We provide a simple polynomial-time algorithm for computing the best Nash equilibrium, i. I like working with undergraduates on interesting projects. The artifacts are iteratively suppressed in a talo reconstruction based on compressed sensing, and the full signal dynamics are recovered.

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disswrtation When players log in, they are assigned an origin and destination on a shared network. We analyze the sensitivity of this process and provide theoretical guarantees on the convergence rates as well as differential privacy values for these models. We present the result of some simulations and numerically check the convergence of the method.

Finally, I will close with lessons I learned while investigating how scale can help the classroom. We also prove a general lower bound on the worst-case regret for any online beroeley.

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Kate Harrison

Chua Award for outstanding achievement in rissertation science. This leads to a nonconvex multicommodity optimization problem.

We make a connection between the discrete Hedge algorithm for online learning, and an ODE on the simplex, known as the replicator dynamics.

We also consider a class of exponential potentials for which the exact solution can be computed efficiently, and give a O d log d deterministic algorithm and O d randomized algorithm to compute the projection. Online Learning and Optimization: ICML On the convergence of online learning in selfish routing.

Kate Harrison’s research homepage

You can find all the materials presented at the workshop, including quick takl steps and demo walkthroughs, here: In the context of model predictive control, the algorithm is shown to be robust to noise in the initial data berkdley boundary conditions. Bart Workshop Materials Logo credit: This work is applied to modeling and simulating congestion relief on transportation networks, in which a coordinator traffic management agency can choose to route a fraction of compliant drivers, berkeleu the rest of the drivers choose their routes selfishly.

Building on an averaging formulation of accelerated mirror descent, we propose a stochastic variant in which the gradient is contaminated by noise, and study the resulting escs differential equation. The method is applied to the problem of coordinated ramp metering on freeway networks. My thesis was on Continuous and discrete time dynamics for online learning and convex optimization.

We also use the estimated model parameters to predict the flow distribution over routes, and compare our predictions to the actual distributions, showing that the online learning model can be used as a predictive model over short horizons.