Scalable Loss-calibrated Bayesian Decision Theory and Preference Learning
Bayesian decision theory provides a framework for optimal action selection under uncertainty given a utility function over actions and world states and a distribution over world states. The application of Bayesian decision theory in practice is often limited by two problems: (1) in application domains such as recommendation, the true utility function of a user is a priori unknown and must be learned from user interactions; and (2) computing...[Show more]
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