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COLT (with bombs, deep learning and other exciting stuff)

The 2013 edition of COLT at Princeton just finished a few days ago and I’m happy to report that everything went smoothly! We had a sort of stressful start (at least for the organizers..) since on the day before the … Continue reading

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COLT 2013 accepted papers

The accepted papers for COLT 2013 have just been revealed. You can also find the list below with a link to the arxiv version when I could find one (if you want me to add a link just send me … Continue reading

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A new book on Concentration Inequalities by Boucheron, Lugosi and Massart

If you work in a field related to probability theory you most certainly have already come across the concentration of measure phenomenon: ‘a function that depends on many independent variables, but not too much on any one of them, is … Continue reading

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Announcement: Stochastic Analysis Seminar blog

The Stochastic Analysis Seminar is a weekly seminar that we run here at ORFE. Since 2011 Ramon van Handel has transformed it into an informal seminar course. The idea is that each semester we pick a contemporary topic in probability that … Continue reading

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