Slope meets Lasso in sparse linear regression

Pierre Bellec (Rutgers University)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Non-classical Berry-Esseen inequality and accuracy of the weighted bootstrap

Mayya Zhilova (Georgia Tech)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Stochastics and Statistics Seminar Series

Po-Ling Loh (University of Pennsylvania)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Matrix estimation by Universal Singular Value Thresholding

Sourav Chatterjee (Stanford University)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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On The Asymptotic Performance of fq-regularized LeastSquares

Arian Maleki (Columbia University)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Eigenvectors of Orthogonally Decomposable Functions and Applications

Mikhail Belkin (UT Austin)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Invertibility and Condition Number of Sparse Random Matrices

Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Theory to gain insight and inform practice: re-run of IMS Rietz Lecture, 2016

Bin Yu (University of California, Berkeley)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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Less is more: optimal learning by subsampling and regularization

Lorenzo Rosasco (University of Genoa)
E18-304

The Stochastics and Statistics Seminar is a weekly meeting organized by the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). It consists of a series of one-hour presentations by worldwide leaders making cutting edge contributions to methodological and theoretical advances in data science. These fields include probability, statistics, optimization, and applied mathematics. The seminar also regularly features experts in applications domains such as biology or engineering. This intellectual diversity has contributed to the organic assembly of a dynamic and diverse audience articulated…

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