Corpus ID: 13277004

Bayes-Optimal Entropy Pursuit for Active Choice-Based Preference Learning

  title={Bayes-Optimal Entropy Pursuit for Active Choice-Based Preference Learning},
  author={Stephen N. Pallone and P. Frazier and S. Henderson},
  • Stephen N. Pallone, P. Frazier, S. Henderson
  • Published 2017
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • We analyze the problem of learning a single user's preferences in an active learning setting, sequentially and adaptively querying the user over a finite time horizon. Learning is conducted via choice-based queries, where the user selects her preferred option among a small subset of offered alternatives. These queries have been shown to be a robust and efficient way to learn an individual's preferences. We take a parametric approach and model the user's preferences through a linear classifier… CONTINUE READING
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