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Communication-Efficient and Personalized Federated Lottery Ticket Learning [article]

Sejin Seo, Seung-Woo Ko, Jihong Park, Seong-Lyun Kim, Mehdi Bennis
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Motivated by this, in this article we propose a personalized and communication-efficient federated lottery ticket learning algorithm, coined CELL, which exploits downlink broadcast for communication efficiency  ...  Federated learning (FL) has recently been applied in LotteryFL to discover such winning tickets in a distributed way, showing higher accuracy multi-task learning than Vanilla FL.  ...  Spurred by the aforementioned opportunities and limitations, we propose a novel communication-efficient and personalized federated lottery ticket learning (CELL).  ... 
arXiv:2104.12501v1 fatcat:pyox62apbvaghkyouww3xqkf54

LotteryFL: Personalized and Communication-Efficient Federated Learning with Lottery Ticket Hypothesis on Non-IID Datasets [article]

Ang Li, Jingwei Sun, Binghui Wang, Lin Duan, Sicheng Li, Yiran Chen, Hai Li
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we propose LotteryFL -- a personalized and communication-efficient federated learning framework via exploiting the Lottery Ticket hypothesis.  ...  ., non-IID) and communication efficiency are two critical ones that hinder the development of federated learning.  ...  Our work: We design LotteryFL -a personalized and communication-efficient FL framework via exploiting the Lottery Ticket hypothesis [14] .  ... 
arXiv:2008.03371v1 fatcat:wgrmczcnd5getloubjvd33yvq4

Backdoor Attacks on Federated Learning with Lottery Ticket Hypothesis [article]

Zeyuan Yin, Ye Yuan, Panfeng Guo, Pan Zhou
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Recently, advanced model compression methods, like the Lottery Ticket Hypothesis, have already been implemented on federated learning to reduce the model size and communication cost.  ...  Edge devices in federated learning usually have much more limited computation and communication resources compared to servers in a data center.  ...  LotteryFL [9] is a personalized and communication-efficient federated learning framework via exploiting the Lottery Ticket hypothesis. Backdoor Attacks.  ... 
arXiv:2109.10512v1 fatcat:2g2mb2ejijawlm2j5bklpsz56e

HideNseek: Federated Lottery Ticket via Server-side Pruning and Sign Supermask [article]

Anish K. Vallapuram, Pengyuan Zhou, Young D. Kwon, Lik Hang Lee, Hengwei Xu, Pan Hui
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Federated learning alleviates the privacy risk in distributed learning by transmitting only the local model updates to the central server.  ...  Prior works have tackled these challenges by combining personalization with model compression schemes including quantization and pruning.  ...  Lottery Ticket Hypothesis LTH [Frankle and Carbin, 2018 ] is a nascent avenue in machine learning that can tackle the aforementioned issues in federated learning.  ... 
arXiv:2206.04385v1 fatcat:vfwoj2okgvffjmomcm4tz6vooa

Model Pruning Enables Efficient Federated Learning on Edge Devices [article]

Yuang Jiang, Shiqiang Wang, Victor Valls, Bong Jun Ko, Wei-Han Lee, Kin K. Leung, Leandros Tassiulas
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Federated learning (FL) allows model training from local data collected by edge/mobile devices while preserving data privacy, which has wide applicability to image and vision applications.  ...  (ii) the pruned model with automatically determined size converges to an accuracy that is very similar to the original model, and it is also a lottery ticket of the original model.  ...  Efficient federated learning.  ... 
arXiv:1909.12326v5 fatcat:4vk5ysdke5fj5kj2qx45hhiwza

Tangled web: investigating Canadian lottery scandals

Garry Smith
2013 Journal of Gambling Issues  
learned, and resolutions.  ...  The aim of this article is to identify fundamental causes and common threads so that future lottery scandals might be averted.  ...  learned, and resolutions.  ... 
doi:10.4309/jgi.2013.28.7 fatcat:y55rkfbvd5cidhglui77c5ipti

Design and Implementation of a Secure Online Lottery System [chapter]

Pramote Kuacharoen
2012 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
According to the United Nations, good governance consists of eight major characteristics, namely, participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive, effective and efficient, equitable  ...  Moreover, winning tickets may be added after the drawing. As a result, corruption may be inevitable.  ...  The blinded message digest and the signature are encrypted using the auditor's public key and sent to the auditor to be certified. The auditor cannot learn the lottery number being purchased.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35076-4_9 fatcat:zn5qsba7ibey3axndfmmylarca

Women's organizations and their civic activities during war times

Bessie Leach Priddy
1917 National Municipal Review  
As soon as the larger projects were undertaken, they began to have opinions on systems of city government, they learned of community surveys and city planning and they found that even T UMunicipal Journal  ...  It is not clear whether the above amount is net or gross, but even if it is gross it means that nearly a million and a half pennies (2 cents) were spent in Glasgow in one month, many, doubtless, by persons  ...  As soon as the larger projects were undertaken, they began to have opinions on systems of city government, they learned of community surveys and city planning and they found that even T UMunicipal Journal  ... 
doi:10.1002/ncr.4110060503 fatcat:uskyzuc2eneknjnx3e7zoiibt4

The Economic Winners and Losers of Legalized Gambling

Melissa Schettini Kearney
2005 National tax journal  
In particular, the paper reviews evidence identifying the economic "winners" and "losers" associated with the three largest sectors of the industry: commercial casinos, state lotteries, and Native American  ...  In addition to reviewing existing literature and evidence, the paper raises relevant questions and policy issues that have not yet been adequately addressed in the economics literature.  ...  On the other hand, some gamblers who might not otherwise purchase a lottery ticket or travel to a casino will indulge in this anonymous, virtually costless form of gambling and learn that they like gambling  ... 
doi:10.17310/ntj.2005.2.08 fatcat:jb5yyfyrhbftlknnyrpj7uotce

Lotteries, Liberty, and Legislatures

Lloyd R. Cohen
2000 Social Science Research Network  
and my colleagues at George Mason for many valuable comments on earlier drafts. They are jointly and severally liable for all remaining errors.  ...  are ordinary income and thus subject to state and federal income tax.  ...  standards of efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.210008 fatcat:gi2hke44kzal3nirr5rnhv6wrq

Page 17 of The Independent Vol. 32, Issue 1651 [page]

1880 The Independent  
The reason lies in the fact that lotteries are simply a form of gambling, against good policy and preju- dicial to the morals of the community.  ...  , nor shall any lottery heretofore authorized be per- mitted to be drawn or tickets therein to be sold.”  ... 

ReaLPrune: ReRAM Crossbar-aware Lottery Ticket Pruned CNNs [article]

Biresh Kumar Joardar, Janardhan Rao Doppa, Hai Li, Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Partha Pratim Pande
2022 arXiv   pre-print
to different parts of the world by reducing the dependence on the communication fabric and the cloud infrastructure, and meet the real-time requirements of AR/VR applications.  ...  ReRAM-based architectures offer high-performance yet energy efficient computing platforms for on-chip CNN training/inferencing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was supported in part by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) under grants CNS-1955353, CNS-1955196, and by the USA Army Research Office grant W911NF-17-1-0485.  ... 
arXiv:2111.09272v3 fatcat:3dk5vkd6vrar7hzufdyvlfhtwu

The effects of legal versus business education on decision making in public administrations with a Weberian tradition

Tim Rosengart, Bernhard Hirsch, Christian Nitzl
2018 Business Research  
legal and business professionals.  ...  The results of our vignette study of 331 law and business students and 155 professionals in German public administrations show that business students-in contrast to law studentsmake decisions significantly  ...  The team owners can distribute the tickets in one of three ways. (1) By auction: the tickets are sold to the highest bidders. (2) By lottery: the tickets are sold to the people whose names are drawn. (  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40685-018-0081-3 fatcat:zzsbpqdn7zdtpoemv6agwiccrq

Page 567 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 70, Issue 1821 [page]

1890 Leslie's Weekly  
Ir is gratifying to learn that the House Committee on Postal Affairs has favorably reported the bill which prohibits the carry- ing in the mails of lottery circulars and tickets, lists of drawings, money  ...  or drafts for the purchase of lottery tickets, and news- papers containing lottery advertisements or the announcement of drawings, and makes the mailing of lottery letters or circulars a continuous offense  ... 

Federal Control over Industry

Nathan Isaacs
1922 American Political Science Review  
In other words, federal encroachment, when stripped of the mask and guise that temporarily makes it seem dreadful, is a perfectly natural phenomenon quite familiar to students of Anglo-American law, and  ...  Legal history teaches two doctrines, which seem at first glance diametrically opposed to each other, with reference to the current agitation concerning the dangers of federal encroachment.  ...  the transmission of lottery tickets.45 Indeed it would seem that not only the transmission but also the issuing of lottery tickets was within national control.48 This leads to the narrow question-not  ... 
doi:10.2307/1943731 fatcat:yazi3z4edbeublvosqd5zhkrdu
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