Active Regression via Linear-Sample Sparsification

27 Nov 2017Xue ChenEric Price

We present an approach that improves the sample complexity for a variety of curve fitting problems, including active learning for linear regression, polynomial regression, and continuous sparse Fourier transforms. In the active linear regression problem, one would like to estimate the least squares solution $\beta^*$ minimizing $\|X\beta - y\|_2$ given the entire unlabeled dataset $X \in \mathbb{R}^{n \times d}$ but only observing a small number of labels $y_i$... (read more)

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