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:

[1] Rémi Flamary, Cédric Févotte, Nicolas Courty and Valentin Emiya.
Optimal spectral transportation with application to music transcription.

[2] Aurélien Garivier, Emilie Kaufmann, and Tor Lattimore.
On Explore-Then-Commit Strategies.

[3] Sébastien Gerchinovitz and Tor Lattimore.
Refined lower bounds for adversarial bandits.

[4] Jean-Bernard Lasserre and Edouard Pauwels.
Sorting out typicality with the inverse moment matrix SOS polynomial.

[5] Victor Picheny, Robert B. Gramacy, Stefan M. Wild, and Sebastien Le Digabel.
Bayesian optimization under mixed constraints with a slack-variable augmented Lagrangian.


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