Search Results for author: Alan Mishler

Found 9 papers, 2 papers with code

Semiparametric Efficient Inference in Adaptive Experiments

no code implementations30 Nov 2023 Thomas Cook, Alan Mishler, Aaditya Ramdas

This central limit theorem enables efficient inference at fixed sample sizes.


FairWASP: Fast and Optimal Fair Wasserstein Pre-processing

no code implementations31 Oct 2023 Zikai Xiong, Niccolò Dalmasso, Alan Mishler, Vamsi K. Potluru, Tucker Balch, Manuela Veloso

FairWASP can therefore be used to construct datasets which can be fed into any classification method, not just methods which accept sample weights.


Fairness via In-Processing in the Over-parameterized Regime: A Cautionary Tale

no code implementations29 Jun 2022 Akshaj Kumar Veldanda, Ivan Brugere, Jiahao Chen, Sanghamitra Dutta, Alan Mishler, Siddharth Garg

We further show that MinDiff optimization is very sensitive to choice of batch size in the under-parameterized regime.


Fair When Trained, Unfair When Deployed: Observable Fairness Measures are Unstable in Performative Prediction Settings

no code implementations10 Feb 2022 Alan Mishler, Niccolò Dalmasso

These measures are sensitive to distribution shift: a predictor which is trained to satisfy one of these fairness definitions may become unfair if the distribution changes.

counterfactual Fairness

FADE: FAir Double Ensemble Learning for Observable and Counterfactual Outcomes

no code implementations1 Sep 2021 Alan Mishler, Edward Kennedy

Our framework can simultaneously target multiple observable or counterfactual fairness criteria, and it enables users to combine a large number of previously trained and newly trained predictors.

counterfactual Ensemble Learning +1

Counterfactual Risk Assessments, Evaluation, and Fairness

1 code implementation30 Aug 2019 Amanda Coston, Alan Mishler, Edward H. Kennedy, Alexandra Chouldechova

These tools thus reflect risk under the historical policy, rather than under the different decision options that the tool is intended to inform.

counterfactual Decision Making +1

Filtering Tweets for Social Unrest

no code implementations20 Feb 2017 Alan Mishler, Kevin Wonus, Wendy Chambers, Michael Bloodgood

Since the events of the Arab Spring, there has been increased interest in using social media to anticipate social unrest.

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