Learning Sparse Perceptrons

@inproceedings{Jackson1995LearningSP,
  title={Learning Sparse Perceptrons},
  author={Jeffrey C. Jackson and Mark Craven},
  booktitle={NIPS},
  year={1995}
}
We introduce a new algorithm designed to learn sparse perceptrons over input representations which include high-order features. Our algorithm, which is based on a hypothesis-boosting method, is able to PAC-learn a relatively natural class of target concepts. Moreover, the algorithm appears to work well in practice: on a set of three problem domains, the algorithm produces classifiers that utilize small numbers of features yet exhibit good generalization performance. Perhaps most importantly… CONTINUE READING

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