Wednesday, 10.2.10 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair: Nikolay Jetchev)

Wednesday, 03.2.10 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair: Tobias Lang)

Wednesday, 27.1.10 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Marton Danoczy)

Wednesday, 20.1.10 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Matthias Jugel)

Wednesday, 13.1.10 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Alexander Binder)

Wednesday, 6.1.10 14.15 FR6046

Talk invited speaker

Adam Stanski,

(Chair: Klaus-Robert Müller)

21.12.09 - 02.01.2010 no lectures

Wednesday, 16.12.09 14.15 FR6046

NIPS Conference Report

07.-12.12.09 NIPS

Wednesday, 02.12.09 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair: Christian Gehl)

Wednesday, 25.11.09 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Pascal Lehwark)

Wednesday, 18.11.09 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Felix Bießmann)

Wednesday, 11.11.09 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Nils Plath)

Wednesday, 04.11.09 14.15 FR6046

Talk invited speaker

Aapo Hyvarinen:

Unsupervised learning by discriminating data from artificial noise

Abstract: We propose to learn the structure of data based on the simple idea of learning to discriminate data from artificially generated noise. Such learning is basically unsupervised, although we formulate it as logistic regression. The method can be shown to estimate a parametric probabilistic model for the data. Furthermore, the probabilistic model does not need to be normalized (i.e. it can be energy-based) because the normalization parameter can actually be estimated just like the other parameters. We apply the method to learning two- and three-layer networks from natural images, where the noise is white and gaussian.

(Chair:Klaus-Robert Müller)

Wednesday, 28.10.09 14.15 FR6046


Timon Schroeter

(Chair: Katja Hansen)

Wednesday, 21.10.09 14.15 FR6046

Research Ideas

(Chair:Daniel Bartz)

Wednesday, 14.10.09 14.15 FR6046


Matthias Treder

Experimental Design in Human Research

Abstract:This tutorial is devoted the first steps in human experimental research, that is, defining a research question and then translating this research question into an experimental design, and finally setting up the experiment. According concepts and terminology from psychological methodology are introduced, such as types of research, experimental designs, the definition of measurements, and the assessment of their quality. Possible remedies are worked out in a hopefully interactive fashion.

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