Maria Eugenia Ramirez-Loaiza

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Many active learning methods use annotation cost or expert quality as part of their framework to select the best data for annotation. While these methods model expert quality, availability, or expertise, they have no direct influence on any of these elements. We present a novel framework built upon decision-theoretic active learning that allows the learner(More)
Most of the empirical evaluations of active learning approaches in the literature have focused on a single classifier and a single performance measure. We present an extensive empirical evaluation of common active learning baselines using two probabilistic classifiers and several performance measures on a number of large datasets. In addition to providing(More)
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