From Ads to Interventions: Contextual Bandits in Mobile Health

@inproceedings{Tewari2017FromAT,
  title={From Ads to Interventions: Contextual Bandits in Mobile Health},
  author={Ambuj Tewari and Susan A. Murphy},
  booktitle={Mobile Health - Sensors, Analytic Methods, and Applications},
  year={2017}
}
  • Ambuj Tewari, Susan A. Murphy
  • Published in
    Mobile Health - Sensors…
    2017
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • The first paper on contextual bandits was written by Michael Woodroofe in 1979 (Journal of the American Statistical Association, 74(368), 799–806, 1979) but the term “contextual bandits” was invented only recently in 2008 by Langford and Zhang (Advances in neural information processing systems, pages 817–824, 2008). Woodroofe’s motivating application was clinical trials whereas modern interest in this problem was driven to a great extent by problems on the internet, such as online ad and online… CONTINUE READING

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