`local' vs. `global' parameters -- breaking the gaussian complexity barrier

9 Apr 2015  ·  Shahar Mendelson ·

We show that if $F$ is a convex class of functions that is $L$-subgaussian, the error rate of learning problems generated by independent noise is equivalent to a fixed point determined by `local' covering estimates of the class, rather than by the gaussian averages. To that end, we establish new sharp upper and lower estimates on the error rate for such problems...

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