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Spectral Methods for Learning Multivariate Latent Tree Structure, 2011-09-26, Kamalika Chaudhuri  (University of California, San Diego)
Active Clustering and Ranking, 2011-09-26, Robert Nowak  (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Correlation screening from random matrices: phase transitions and Poisson limits, 2011-09-26, Alfred O. Hero  (University of Michigan)
Spectral clustering and high-dim stochastic block model for undirected and directed graphs, 2011-09-26, Bin Yu  (University of California, Berkeley)
Spectral clustering and high-dim stochastic block model for undirected and directed graphs, 2011-09-26, Bin Yu  (University of California, Berkeley)
User-friendly tail bound for sums of random matrices, 2011-09-27, Joel Tropp  (California Institute of Technology)
User-friendly tail bound for sums of random matrices, 2011-09-27, Joel Tropp  (California Institute of Technology)
Algorithmic Construction and Applications of M-Ellipsoids, 2011-09-27, Santosh Vempala  (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Limiting distributions of eigenvalues for non-normal matrices, 2011-09-27, Ofer Zeitouni  (University of Minnesota)
Analytic Organization of High Himensional observational Databases as a tool for learning and inference, 2011-09-27, Ronald Raphael Coifman  (Yale University)
SDP, GFA, ETC..., 2011-09-28, Alexandre d'Aspremont  (Princeton University)
SDP, GFA, ETC..., 2011-09-28, Alexandre d'Aspremont  (Princeton University)
Principal component analysis with random noise, 2011-09-28, Van H. Vu  (Yale University)
Randomized algorithms for the approximation of matrices, 2011-09-28, Luis Rademacher  (Ohio State University)
Estimating Population Eigenvalues From Large Dimensional Sample Covariance Matrices, 2011-09-28, Jack W Silverstein  (North Carolina State University)
Structured sparsity-inducing norms through submodular functions, 2011-09-29, Francis Bach  (École Normale Supérieure)
Structured sparsity-inducing norms through submodular functions, 2011-09-29, Francis Bach  (École Normale Supérieure)
Graph-based and multiscale geometric methods for the analysis of data sets in high dimensions, 2011-09-29, Mauro Maggioni  (Duke University)
Greedy approximation in compressed sensing, 2011-09-29, Vladimir Temlyakov  (University of South Carolina)
Phase transitions for high-dimensional random quantum states, 2011-09-29, Stanislaw Szarek  (Case Western Reserve University)
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