Relaxed Clipping: A Global Training Method for Robust Regression and Classification

@inproceedings{Yu2010RelaxedCA,
  title={Relaxed Clipping: A Global Training Method for Robust Regression and Classification},
  author={Yaoliang Yu and Min Yang and Linli Xu and Martha White and Dale Schuurmans},
  booktitle={NIPS},
  year={2010}
}
Robust regression and classification are often thought to re quir non-convex loss functions that prevent scalable, global training. However , such a view neglects the possibility of reformulated training methods that can y ield practically solvable alternatives. A natural way to make a loss function more robu st to outliers is to truncate loss values that exceed a maximum threshold. We d emonstrate that a relaxation of this form of “loss clipping” can be made globa lly solvable and applicable… CONTINUE READING
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