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Truncated Bi-Level Optimization

In 2012, I wrote a paper that I probably should have called “truncated bi-level optimization”.  I vaguely remembered telling the reviewers I would release some code, so I’m finally getting around to it. The idea of bilevel optimization is quite … Continue reading

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Julia, Matlab, and C

Julia is a new language in the same arena as Matlab or R. I’ve had failed attempts to quit the Matlab addiction in the past, making me generally quite conservative about new platforms. However, I’ve recently been particularly annoyed by … Continue reading

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CRF Toolbox Updated

I updated the code for my Graphical Models / Conditional Random Fields toolbox This is a Matlab toolbox, though almost all the real work is done in compiled C++ for efficiency. The main improvements are: Lots of bugfixes. Various small … Continue reading

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Graphical Models Toolbox

I’m releasing code for a “toolbox” of code for learning and inference with graphical models. It is focused on parameter learning using marginalization in the high-treewidth setting. Though the code is, in principle, domain independent, I’ve developed it with vision … Continue reading

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