Monthly Archives: May 2013

The aftermath of ORF523 and the final

It has been two weeks since my last post on the blog, and I have to admit that it felt really good to take a break from my 2-posts-per-week regime of the previous months. Now that ORF523 is over the … Continue reading

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ORF523: Optimization with bandit feedback

In this last lecture we consider the case where one can only access the function with a noisy -order oracle (see this lecture for a definition). This assumption models the ‘physical reality’ of many practical problems (on the contrary to … Continue reading

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