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- Corinna Cortes, Spencer Greenberg, Mehryar Mohri
- ArXiv
- 2013

We present an extensive analysis of relative deviation bounds, including detailed proofs of twosided inequalities and their implications. We also give detailed proofs of two-sided generalization bounds that hold in the general case of unbounded loss functions, under the assumption that a moment of the loss is bounded. These bounds are useful in the analysis… (More)

- Spencer Greenberg, Mehryar Mohri
- ArXiv
- 2013

We give the proof of a tight lower bound on the probability that a binomial random variable exceeds its expected value. The inequality plays an important role in a variety of contexts, including the analysis of relative deviation bounds in learning theory and generalization bounds for unbounded loss functions.

- Spencer Greenberg, Danielle Brand, Aislinn Pluta, Douglas Moore, Kirsten DeConti
- American journal of health promotion : AJHP
- 2017

PURPOSE
To identify effective self-persuasion protocols that could easily be adapted to face-to-face clinical sessions or health-related computer applications as a first step in breaking patient resistance.
DESIGN
Two self-persuasion interventions were tested against 2 controls in a between-subject randomized control experiment.
SETTING
GuidedTrack-a… (More)

In this paper we consider the set of positive points at which a polynomial with positive coefficients, arbitrary dimension n, and real exponents is equal to a fixed positive constant c. We find that when this set is nonempty and is bestowed with the relative Euclidean topology coming from R, it is homeomorphic to a codimension one piecewise linear set that… (More)

Measurements and Results: The FSQ showed adequate internal consistency; Chronbach's alpha ranged from .73 to .82. Test-retest reliability after a ten-minute interval was also acceptable (r=.71). The FSQ had incremental validity over the (SSS) in predicting measures of participant health (r=-.25 vs. r=-.11, z=-2.30, p=<.05), sleep debt (r=.30 vs. r= .15,… (More)

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