[Reliable_computing] Gaussian Processes with imprecise input
smarkov at bio.bas.bg
Wed Jul 17 02:52:27 CDT 2019
This paper may be of some use to you:
Markov S., Least Square Approximations under Interval Input Data, In:
Contributions to Computer Arithmetic and Self-Validating Numerical Methods (Ed.
C. P. Ullrich), IMACS Annals on computing and applied mathematics, vol. 7, J.
C. Baltzer Sci. Publ., Basel, 1990,133--147.
A pdf of the paper can be downloaded from the website
Regards, S. Markov
On 16 Jul 2019 at 18:10, Betancourt, David F wrote:
From: "Betancourt, David F" <david.betancourt at gatech.edu>
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Date sent: Tue, 16 Jul 2019 18:10:05 +0000
Subject: [Reliable_computing] Gaussian Processes with imprecise input
I am a Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech working on interval machine learning for
uncertainty modeling. At the moment I'm looking for literature on Gaussian
Processes with interval-valued input. Could you please kindly forward me any
recent or seminal papers on this subject?
Your input is greatly appreciated.
PhD student, CSE
Prof. Svetoslav Markov, DSci, PhD, Assoc. Member,
Dept. "Math Modelling & Numer. Analysis", phone: +359-2-979-2876
Inst. of Mathematics and Informatics,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, e-mail: smarkov at bio.bas.bg
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