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Speaker Slides

 Plenary speakers

Jerome Friedman (Stanford, Department of Statistics)
    Predictive Learning via Rule Ensembles

David Madigan (Rutgers, Department of Statistics)
    High-Dimensional Bayesian Classifiers

Daniela Rus (MIT, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory)
Autonomous Mobile Networks

 Invited speakers

William S. Cleveland (Purdue, Departments of Statistics and Computer Science)
    Human-Guided, Ultra-Adaptive Learning

Peter Grunwald (CWI, The Netherlands)
    Suboptimality of MDL and Bayes in Classification under Misspecification

Jeff Jewell (JPL, NASA)
    Bayesian Analysis of the Cosmic Microwave Background

Eric Kolaczyk (Boston U, Department of Mathematics & Statistics)
    Efficient Estimation of End-To-End Network Properties

Thomas Lee (Colorado State, Department of Statistics)
Pattern generation using likelihood inference for cellular automata

Yoonkyung Lee (Ohio State, Department of Statistics)
    Structured statistical learning with Support Vector Machine for feature selection and prediction

Xiao-Li Meng (Harvard, Department of Statistics)
    Quantifying Relative Incomplete Information for Hypothesis Testing in Statistical and Genetic Studies

Muthu Muthukrishnan (Rutgers, Department of Computer & Information Science)
Estimating Simple Statistical Parameters on High Speed Data Streams

Vijay Nair (U of Michigan, Department of Statistics)
    Applications to Active Network Tomography

Deborah Nolan (UC Berkeley, Department of Statistics)
    Information Technology, Communication, and Pedagogy

Lawrence Saul (U of Penn, Department of Computer & Information Science)
    Nonlinear dimensionality reduction by semidefinite programming

Yoram Singer (Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Department of Computer Science)
    A new perspective on an old Perceptron algorithm

Martin Wainwright (UC Berkeley, Departments of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences, and Statistics)
Decentralized hypothesis testing problems

Patrick Wolfe (Harvard University, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences)
    A Bayesian View of Some Fundamental Problems in Statistical Signal 

Yingnian Wu (UCLA, Department of Statistics)
    From Information Scaling of Natural Images to Regimes of Statistical Models

Bin Yu (UC Berkeley, Department of Statistics)
    Boosted Lasso


Short Course: Information Theory & Statistics
Bin Yu & Mark Hansen
June 1, 2005
Colorado State University Campus
Fort Collins, CO 80523

Graybill Conference
June 2-3, 2005
Hilton Fort Collins

(Formerly: University Park Holiday- Inn)
Fort Collins, CO 80526

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Last Updated: Friday, May 24, 2005