Five Toulouse papers have been accepted for the NIPS conference this year!
A « before NIPS » session took place on November 29, 2016. We will also comment on some key issues addressed at the conference in a « NIPS debriefing » session.
Below is the list of the 5 accepted papers:
 Rémi Flamary, Cédric Févotte, Nicolas Courty and Valentin Emiya.
Optimal spectral transportation with application to music transcription.
 Aurélien Garivier, Emilie Kaufmann, and Tor Lattimore.
On Explore-Then-Commit Strategies.
 Sébastien Gerchinovitz and Tor Lattimore.
Refined lower bounds for adversarial bandits.
 Jean-Bernard Lasserre and Edouard Pauwels.
Sorting out typicality with the inverse moment matrix SOS polynomial.
 Victor Picheny, Robert B. Gramacy, Stefan M. Wild, and Sebastien Le Digabel.
Bayesian optimization under mixed constraints with a slack-variable augmented Lagrangian.