BERKELEY EECS DISSERTATION TALK

I will start with results from surveying MOOC instructors on what information sources they valued. A simple polynomial-time algorithm is provided, for computing the best Nash equilibrium, i. In this paper, we consider privacy in the routing game, where the origins and destinations of drivers are considered private. The echo train ordering is randomly shuffled during the acquisition according to variable density Poisson disk sampling masks. We consider, in particular, entropic mirror descent dynamics and reduce the problem to estimating the learning rates of each player. We further give a more refined analysis of these dynamics and their convergence rates. For this new class, some results from the classical congestion games literature in which latency is assumed to be a nondecreasing function of the flow do not hold.

We are concerned in particular with the convergence to the set of Nash equilibria of the routing game. We propose different methods for approximately solving this problem: Her research interests focus on using data to find insights that can be turned into learning interventions. Repeated routing, online learning, and no-regret algorithms. More specifically, we consider the differential privacy of the mapping from the amount of flow for each origin-destination pair to the traffic flow measurements on each link of a traffic network.

The onramp dynamics is modeled using an ordinary differential equation describing the evolution of the queue length.

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The game is stochastic in that each player observes a stochastic vector, the conditional expectation of which is equal to the true loss almost surely.

We then show that, under mild assumptions, Dual Averaging on the infinite-dimensional space of probability distributions indeed achieves Hannan-consistency.

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Archive Mentoring visiting research students Chedly Bourguiba Behavioral modeling using online learning. We adopt a flow dynamics model that is a Godunov discretization of the Lighthill—Williams—Richards partial differential equation with a triangular flux function and a corresponding multicommodity junction solver.

We dissertatino a model in which players use regret-minimizing algorithms as the learning mechanism, and study the resulting dynamics. In the first part of the thesis, we study online learning dynamics for a class of games called non-atomic convex potential games, which are used for example to model congestion in transportation and communication networks.

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The leader seeks to route the compliant flow in order to minimize the total cost. The method accounts for temporal dynamics during the echo trains to reduce image blur and resolve multiple image contrasts along the T2 relaxation curve.

Kate Harrison

We consider, in particular, entropic mirror descent dynamics and reduce the problem to estimating the learning rates of each player. We discuss the interaction between the parameters of the dynamics learning rate and averaging rates and the covariation of the noise process.

Next, I discuss analyzing a large data set of constructed-response, code-tracing wrong answers using mixed methods of quantitative and qualitative techniques. A new class of dissertatjon functions is introduced to model congestion due to fissertation formation of physical queues, inspired from the fundamental diagram of traffic.

Krichene, and Itamar Rossen. Her research interests focus on using data to find insights that can be turned into learning interventions. My thesis was on Continuous and discrete time dynamics for online learning and convex optimization.

berkeley eecs dissertation talk

At each iteration, we choose an action from X’, based on the observed sequence of previous rewards. You can find all the materials presented at the workshop, including quick installation steps and demo walkthroughs, here: Benjamin received the Grand Prix d’option of Ecole Polytechnique.

In particular, we find that there may exist multiple Nash equilibria that have different total costs. When players log in, they are assigned an origin and destination on a shared network.

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We use a stochastic online learning framework for the population dynamics, which is known to converge to the Nash equilibrium of the routing game.

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In particular, the discounted Hedge algorithm is proved to belong to this class, which guarantees its convergence.

berkeley eecs dissertation talk

Optimization Methods for Finance. However, rather than seeing this as a problem, I believe scale can help classes. We show that it can be guaranteed for a class of algorithms with a sublinear discounted regret and which satisfy an additional condition.

The method mitigates image blur and rerospectively synthesizes T1-weighted and T2-weighted volumetric images. Convergence in routing games and beyond. I was awarded the Leon O.

Kristin has served as a teaching assistant for upper and lower division classes with escs up to 1,’s of students and co-taught an undergraduate seminar on education technology. Our setting is different in that we do not assume that the selfish players play a Nash equilibrium; instead, we assume that they apply an online learning algorithm. In this paper, we consider privacy in the routing game, where the origins and destinations of drivers are considered private. By studying the spectrum ber,eley the linearized system around rest points, we show that Nash equilibria are locally asymptotically stable stationary points.

We are concerned in particular with the convergence to the set of Nash eexs of the routing game. Acceleration and Averaging in Stochastic Talkk Dynamics. Using results from infinite dimensional convex analysis, we generalize the method of Dual Averaging or Follow the Regularized Leader to our setting and obtain upper bounds on the worst-case regret that generalize many previous results.

This scale is an opportunity to collect and analyze large, high-dimensional data sets, and a way that enables us to conduct experiments at scale.