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Online Data Poisoning Attack

@article{Zhang2019OnlineDP,
  title={Online Data Poisoning Attack},
  author={Xuezhou Zhang and Xiaojin Zhu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1903.01666}
}
We study data poisoning attacks in the online setting where training items arrive sequentially, and the attacker may perturb the current item to manipulate online learning. Importantly, the attacker has no knowledge of future training items nor the data generating distribution. We formulate online data poisoning attack as a stochastic optimal control problem, and solve it with model predictive control and deep reinforcement learning. We also upper bound the suboptimality suffered by the… 

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