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Localized Structured Prediction

@article{Ciliberto2019LocalizedSP,
  title={Localized Structured Prediction},
  author={Carlo Ciliberto and Francis R. Bach and Alessandro Rudi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1806.02402}
}
Key to structured prediction is exploiting the problem structure to simplify the learning process. A major challenge arises when data exhibit a local structure (e.g., are made by "parts") that can be leveraged to better approximate the relation between (parts of) the input and (parts of) the output. Recent literature on signal processing, and in particular computer vision, has shown that capturing these aspects is indeed essential to achieve state-of-the-art performance. While such algorithms… 

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