Essec\Faculty\Model\Profile {#2190
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"title" => "Unbiased Hamiltonian Monte Carlo with couplings"
"description" => "HENG, J. et JACOB, P. (2019). Unbiased Hamiltonian Monte Carlo with couplings. <i>Biometrika</i>, 106(2), pp. 287-302."
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"fr" => "We propose a method for parallelization of Hamiltonian Monte Carlo estimators. Our approach involves constructing a pair of Hamiltonian Monte Carlo chains that are coupled in such a way that they meet exactly after some random number of iterations. These chains can then be combined so that the resulting estimators are unbiased. This allows us to produce independent replicates in parallel and average them to obtain estimators that are consistent in the limit of the number of replicates, rather than in the usual limit of the number of Markov chain iterations. We investigate the scalability of our coupling in high dimensions on a toy example. The choice of algorithmic parameters and the efficiency of our proposed approach are then illustrated on a logistic regression with 300 covariates and a log-Gaussian Cox point processes model with low- to fine-grained discretizations."
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1 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2198
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"title" => "Controlled Sequential Monte Carlo"
"description" => "HENG, J., BISHOP, A.N., DELIGIANNIDIS, G. et DOUCET, A. (2019). Controlled Sequential Monte Carlo. <i>Annals of Statistics</i>, 48(5), pp. 2904-2929."
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"title" => "Bayesian Estimation of Long-Run Risk Models Using Sequential Monte Carlo"
"description" => "FULOP, A., HENG, J., LI, J. et LIU, H. (2022). Bayesian Estimation of Long-Run Risk Models Using Sequential Monte Carlo. <i>Journal of Econometrics</i>, 228(1), pp. 62-84."
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6 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2199
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"slug" => "a-multilevel-approach-for-stochastic-nonlinear-optimal-control"
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"title" => "A Multilevel Approach for Stochastic Nonlinear Optimal Control"
"description" => "JASRA, A., HENG, J., XU, Y. et BISHOP, A.N. (2022). A Multilevel Approach for Stochastic Nonlinear Optimal Control. <i>International Journal of Control</i>, 95(5), pp. 1290-1304."
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1 => array:1 [
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2 => array:1 [
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3 => "sequential Monte Carlo"
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"en" => "We consider a class of finite-time horizon nonlinear stochastic optimal control problem. Although the optimal control admits a path integral representation for this class of control problems, efficient computation of the associated path integrals remains a challenging task. We propose a new Monte Carlo approach that significantly improves upon existing methodology. We tackle the issue of exponential growth in variance with the time horizon by casting optimal control estimation as a smoothing problem for a state-space model, and applying smoothing algorithms based on particle Markov chain Monte Carlo. To further reduce the cost, we then develop a multilevel Monte Carlo method which allows us to obtain an estimator of the optimal control with O(ϵ2) mean squared error with a cost of O(ϵ−2log(ϵ)2). In contrast, a cost of O(ϵ−3) is required for the existing methodology to achieve the same mean squared error. Our approach is illustrated on two numerical examples."
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7 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2202
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"slug" => "gibbs-flow-for-approximate-transport-with-applications-to-bayesian-computation"
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"title" => "Gibbs flow for approximate transport with applications to Bayesian computation"
"description" => "HENG, J., DOUCET, A. et POKERN, Y. (2021). Gibbs flow for approximate transport with applications to Bayesian computation. <i>Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)</i>, 83(1), pp. 157-187."
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2 => array:1 [
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2 => "mass transport"
3 => "normalising constants"
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"en" => "We show here how to build a tractable approximation of a novel transport map. Even when this ordinary differential equation is time‐discretised and the full conditional distributions are numerically approximated, the resulting distribution of mapped samples can be efficiently evaluated and used as a proposal within sequential Monte Carlo samplers. We demonstrate significant gains over state‐of‐the‐art sequential Monte Carlo samplers at a fixed computational complexity on a variety of applications."
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8 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2203
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "clustering-time-series-with-nonlinear-dynamics-a-bayesian-non-parametric-and-particle-based-approach"
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"description" => "JACOB, P., LIN, A., ZHANG, Y., HENG, J., ALLSOP, S.A., TYE, K.M. et BA, D. (2019). Clustering Time Series with Nonlinear Dynamics: A Bayesian Non-Parametric and Particle-Based Approach. Dans: <i>The 22nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics</i>. Proceedings of Machine Learning Research, pp. 2476-2484."
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1 => array:3 [
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2 => array:1 [
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]
3 => array:1 [
"name" => "ZHANG Yingzhuo"
]
4 => array:1 [
"name" => "ALLSOP Stephen A."
]
5 => array:1 [
"name" => "TYE K. M."
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6 => array:1 [
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"ouvrage" => "The 22nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics"
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9 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2204
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"slug" => "efficient-likelihood-based-estimation-via-annealing-for-dynamic-structural-macrofinance-models"
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"year" => "2021"
"title" => "Efficient Likelihood-based Estimation via Annealing for Dynamic Structural Macrofinance Models"
"description" => "FULOP, A., HENG, J. et LI, Y. (2021). Efficient Likelihood-based Estimation via Annealing for Dynamic Structural Macrofinance Models. Dans: 2021 European Winter Meetings of the Econometric Society. Barcelona."
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1 => array:3 [
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2 => array:3 [
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10 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2205
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "an-invitation-to-sequential-monte-carlo-samplers"
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"year" => "2022"
"title" => "An invitation to sequential Monte Carlo samplers"
"description" => "DAI, C., HENG, J., JACOB, P. et WHITELEY, N. (2022). An invitation to sequential Monte Carlo samplers. <i>Journal of the American Statistical Association</i>, 117(539), pp. 1587-1600."
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0 => array:3 [
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1 => array:3 [
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2 => array:1 [
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3 => array:1 [
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11 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2206
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "unbiased-hamiltonian-monte-carlo-with-couplings"
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"title" => "Unbiased Hamiltonian Monte Carlo with couplings"
"description" => "HENG, J. et JACOB, P. (2019). Unbiased Hamiltonian Monte Carlo with couplings. Biometrika."
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0 => array:3 [
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1 => array:3 [
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"en" => "This is a correction to: Biometrika, Volume 106, Issue 2, June 2019, Pages 287–302, https://doi.org/10.1093/biomet/asy074."
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12 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2207
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "on-unbiased-estimation-for-discretized-models"
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"title" => "On Unbiased Estimation for Discretized Models"
"description" => "HENG, J., JASRA, A., LAW, K. et TARAKANOV, A. (2023). On Unbiased Estimation for Discretized Models. <i>SIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quantification</i>, 11(2), pp. 10.1137/21M1460788."
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2 => array:1 [
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13 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2208
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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14 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2209
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3 => array:1 [
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