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A Closer Look at Adaptive Regret [chapter]

Dmitry Adamskiy, Wouter M. Koolen, Alexey Chernov, Vladimir Vovk
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We also prove that Fixed Share is optimal, in the sense that no algorithm can have a better adaptive regret bound.  ...  Our main result is a thorough analysis of the adaptive regret of Fixed Share. We obtain the exact worst-case adaptive regret for Fixed Share, from which the classical tracking bounds can be derived.  ...  Their adaptive regret bounds sport a term which exceeds 2 ln t 2 whereas our bounds (1) have at most a single ln t 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34106-9_24 fatcat:q47jiyqy4ncv3ojphvnapkfvf4

Menu-Dependent Emotions and Self-Control

Joaquín Gómez-Miñambres, Eric Schniter
2012 Social Science Research Network  
When recalled, these emotions a¤ect an individual's preferences, in turn a¤ecting self-control decision at a particular point in time.  ...  We propose that e¤ort and regret are emotions produced by previous decisions to either resist or yield to temptation, respectively.  ...  For instance, recall of regret experienced as a consequence of deciding to eat cake at lunch yesterday makes eating cake at lunch today less desirable.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2152036 fatcat:sd67khlz3jgjvklupvtzf7rs6y

Statistical Consequences of Dueling Bandits [article]

Nayan Saxena, Pan Chen, Emmy Liu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
at cumulative regret minimisation, but lead to inflated Type-I error rates and reduced power under certain circumstances.  ...  Through these results we provide insight into the challenges and opportunities in using dueling bandit algorithms to run adaptive experiments.  ...  Through this paper, we take a closer look at leveraging these dueling bandit algorithms for adaptive experimentation by empirically investigating the statistical properties of the DTS algorithm against  ... 
arXiv:2111.00870v1 fatcat:vt42wbnr5zcafcpyt34cyuy6py

Page 80 of The Unitarian Review Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1874 The Unitarian Review  
Bellows, its regret at his enforced ab- sence, and the earnest hope and prayer that he may be soon restored to us and his society in perfect health.  ...  Jones of Janesville in collecting hymns and tunes adapted to Sunday schools. A resolution was passed expressing the sympathy of the Conference for its President, Rev. Dr.  ... 

TSEB: More Efficient Thompson Sampling for Policy Learning [article]

P. Prasanna, Sarath Chandar, Balaraman Ravindran
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we propose TSEB, a Thompson Sampling based algorithm with adaptive exploration bonus that aims to solve the problem with tighter PAC guarantees, while being cautious on the regret as well  ...  At any given time, the agent solves a model sampled from this distribution, and the sampled reward distribution is skewed by an exploration bonus in order to generate more informative exploration.  ...  From the literature, it is evident that quite a few approaches were looked at in solving for an optimal policy.  ... 
arXiv:1510.02874v1 fatcat:d5hmx5g2ifhilhl7dxt44dbc6u

Online Bandit Learning against an Adaptive Adversary: from Regret to Policy Regret [article]

Raman Arora, Ambuj Tewari
2012 arXiv   pre-print
Focusing on the online bandit setting, we show that no bandit algorithm can guarantee a sublinear policy regret against an adaptive adversary with unbounded memory.  ...  We define the alternative notion of policy regret, which attempts to provide a more meaningful way to measure an online algorithm's performance against adaptive adversaries.  ...  A closer look at the proof of Thm. 2 reveals that it suffices to assume that A's regret bound holds against any loss sequence generated by a 1-memory-bounded adaptive adversary.  ... 
arXiv:1206.6400v1 fatcat:4iy55rymujavhcsse5zhje3dce

Page 35 of Kansas Medicine Vol. 72, Issue 1 [page]

1971 Kansas Medicine  
Editorial COMMENT ESE Man is a seasonal animal and regulated by cer- tain physiologic rhythms not always apparent but still operative in his social adaptations.  ...  Traditionalists may look askance at the idea of short- ening the exposure of students to academic medi- The More It Changes— c cine but will do well to recall that during their own school days, they complained  ... 

Page 581 of Sunday Magazine Vol. 25, Issue [page]

1896 Sunday Magazine  
Our activity in politics and in philanthropy, whether it is welcomed or regretted, is an established fact, and much of that activity is of a public kind. ‘ Whoever saw a woman on a platform in the good  ...  Let us look at any one of these great gatherings of women and see if we cannot trace the process of their evolution from long familiar types.  ... 

On Exploration, Exploitation and Learning in Adaptive Importance Sampling [article]

Xiaoyu Lu, Tom Rainforth, Yuan Zhou, Jan-Willem van de Meent, Yee Whye Teh
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We further introduce a notion of regret for AIS and show that Daisee has O(√(T)( T)^3/4) cumulative pseudo-regret, where T is the number of iterations.  ...  We then extend Daisee to adaptively learn a hierarchical partitioning of the sample space for more efficient sampling and confirm the performance of both algorithms empirically.  ...  Adaptive Importance Sampling (AIS) techniques [Liu, 2008 , Cappé et al., 2004 , Cornuet et al., 2012 , Cappé et al., 2008 attempt to improve the efficiency of IS by adapting the proposal to be closer  ... 
arXiv:1810.13296v1 fatcat:neoqydllebev3avhf5eqkivqom

Page 537 of Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine Vol. 2, Issue 11 [page]

1883 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine  
At a first glance they looked as if they were covered with small scales, but a closer inspection showed the apparent scales to be paper spit- balls, and there seemed likewise to be a bushel or two in the  ...  I regretted this, for their miserable autographs certainly did not add at all either to the beauty or dignity of Dai Butsu, and I donot think their names will be remembered any longer for it.  ... 

Page 349 of The Durham University Journal Vol. 86, Issue 2 [page]

1994 The Durham University Journal  
On the one hand she expresses relief at the passing of the Victorian era; on the other the deaths of survivors fills her with regret.  ...  Henry James’s discussion of her in Partial Portraits implies a closer proximity to his subject so that he engages more quickly with the critical issue of her  ... 

Page 733 of New Outlook Vol. 102, Issue 13 [page]

1912 New Outlook  
A softness came over the face of the other as he watched. “Ike,” said Doane at last, gently, “ you are a God-fearing man. which I’m not, and a good man, which I’m not, either.  ...  Haven’t the spirit of aa—’”’ He looked about and his gaze fell on the cats. ‘* Haven’t the spirit of a cat, eh, Ike? I knew you couldn’t.”  ... 

Page 340 of The Gentleman's Magazine Vol. 87, Issue [page]

1817 The Gentleman's Magazine  
But ne’er inquired, or sought to pass his When our looks darken’d, and be saw us tried, Closer than usual to his mother’s side He quietly would creep, and there would wait ; {the while Watching with meek  ...  It would be unjust to select any par- ticular lines, when all are so happily adapted to express the feelings of an afflicted parent, lamenting the early loss of a child of so promising a dis- position.  ... 

Paying Gould Tribute

Larry D. Martin
2007 BioScience  
He originally intended to write the paper jointly with Gould, but it was put off too long, and Seilacher's regret is expressed in a poignant letter to Steve's ghost at the end of the article.  ...  Vrba addresses mass turnover and heterochronic events, while David Jablonski looks at mass extinction and macroevolution.  ... 
doi:10.1641/b570918 fatcat:dsigirw5ifefldjhg54zr2qw4i

A critical exploration of adaptation heuristics

Johanna Nalau, Elnaz Torabi, Naomi Edwards, Michael Howes, Ed Morgan
2021 Climate Risk Management  
A B S T R A C T A large body of knowledge has been evolving to guide efforts in how we adapt to climate change.  ...  Retaining flexibility in the policy-and decision-making systems was preferred as were no-regret, value-and risk-based approaches.  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been funded by the Australian Research Council's Discovery Early Career Research Award (DE190100940) Reevaluating climate adaptation principles for a more resilient Australia  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.crm.2021.100292 fatcat:vv4d635imbg4ti2vnkmf4xbzgm
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