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"en" => "Harvard University"
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0 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2219
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#_id: "4453"
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"id" => "4453"
"slug" => "clustering-time-series-with-nonlinear-dynamics-a-bayesian-non-parametric-and-particle-based-approach"
"yearMonth" => "2019-04"
"year" => "2019"
"title" => "Clustering Time Series with Nonlinear Dynamics: A Bayesian Non-Parametric and Particle-Based Approach"
"description" => "LIN, A., ZHANG, Y., HENG, J., ALLSOP, S.A., TYE, K.M. et JACOB, P.E. (2019). Clustering Time Series with Nonlinear Dynamics: A Bayesian Non-Parametric and Particle-Based Approach. Dans: <i>Proceedings of Machine Learning Research</i>. "
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "HENG Jeremy"
"bid" => "B00760223"
"slug" => "heng-jeremy"
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1 => array:3 [
"name" => "JACOB Pierre"
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2 => array:1 [
"name" => "LIN A"
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3 => array:1 [
"name" => "ZHANG Y."
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4 => array:1 [
"name" => "ALLSOP S. A."
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5 => array:1 [
"name" => "TYE K. M."
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"ouvrage" => "Proceedings of Machine Learning Research"
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"fr" => "We propose a general statistical framework for clustering multiple time series that exhibit nonlinear dynamics into an a-priori-unknown number of sub-groups. Our motivation comes from neuroscience, where an important problem is to identify, within a large assembly of neurons, subsets that respond similarly to a stimulus or contingency. Upon modeling the multiple time series as the output of a Dirichlet process mixture of nonlinear state-space models, we derive a Metropolis-within-Gibbs algorithm for full Bayesian inference that alternates between sampling cluster assignments and sampling parameter values that form the basis of the clustering. The Metropolis step employs recent innovations in particle-based methods. We apply the framework to clustering time series acquired from the prefrontal cortex of mice in an experiment designed to characterize the neural underpinnings of fear."
"en" => "We propose a general statistical framework for clustering multiple time series that exhibit nonlinear dynamics into an a-priori-unknown number of sub-groups. Our motivation comes from neuroscience, where an important problem is to identify, within a large assembly of neurons, subsets that respond similarly to a stimulus or contingency. Upon modeling the multiple time series as the output of a Dirichlet process mixture of nonlinear state-space models, we derive a Metropolis-within-Gibbs algorithm for full Bayesian inference that alternates between sampling cluster assignments and sampling parameter values that form the basis of the clustering. The Metropolis step employs recent innovations in particle-based methods. We apply the framework to clustering time series acquired from the prefrontal cortex of mice in an experiment designed to characterize the neural underpinnings of fear."
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1 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2221
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "unbiased-hamiltonian-monte-carlo-with-couplings"
"yearMonth" => "2019-02"
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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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1 => array:3 [
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"publicationUrl" => "https://doi.org/10.1093/biomet/asy074"
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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."
"en" => "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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2 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2223
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "12516"
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"slug" => "unbiased-markov-chain-monte-carlo-methods-with-couplings"
"yearMonth" => "2020-07"
"year" => "2020"
"title" => "Unbiased Markov chain Monte Carlo methods with couplings"
"description" => "JACOB, P., O’LEARY, J. et ATCHADÉ, Y.F. (2020). Unbiased Markov chain Monte Carlo methods with couplings. <i>Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)</i>, 82(3), pp. 543-600."
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "O’LEARY John"
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2 => array:1 [
"name" => "ATCHADÉ Yves F."
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"keywords" => array:5 [
0 => "Coupling estimation"
1 => "Markov chain"
2 => "Monte Carlo methods"
3 => "Parallel computing"
4 => "Unbiased"
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"updatedAt" => "2021-09-24 10:33:27"
"publicationUrl" => "https://rss.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rssb.12336#"
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"fr" => "Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods provide consistent approximations of integrals as the number of iterations goes to ∞. MCMC estimators are generally biased after any fixed number of iterations. We propose to remove this bias by using couplings of Markov chains together with a telescopic sum argument of Glynn and Rhee. The resulting unbiased estimators can be computed independently in parallel. We discuss practical couplings for popular MCMC algorithms. We establish the theoretical validity of the estimators proposed and study their efficiency relative to the underlying MCMC algorithms. Finally, we illustrate the performance and limitations of the method on toy examples, on an Ising model around its critical temperature, on a high dimensional variable-selection problem, and on an approximation of the cut distribution arising in Bayesian inference for models made of multiple modules."
"en" => "Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods provide consistent approximations of integrals as the number of iterations goes to ∞. MCMC estimators are generally biased after any fixed number of iterations. We propose to remove this bias by using couplings of Markov chains together with a telescopic sum argument of Glynn and Rhee. The resulting unbiased estimators can be computed independently in parallel. We discuss practical couplings for popular MCMC algorithms. We establish the theoretical validity of the estimators proposed and study their efficiency relative to the underlying MCMC algorithms. Finally, we illustrate the performance and limitations of the method on toy examples, on an Ising model around its critical temperature, on a high dimensional variable-selection problem, and on an approximation of the cut distribution arising in Bayesian inference for models made of multiple modules."
]
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3 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2220
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "12517"
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"id" => "12517"
"slug" => "approximate-bayesian-computation-with-the-wasserstein-distance"
"yearMonth" => "2019-04"
"year" => "2019"
"title" => "Approximate Bayesian computation with the Wasserstein distance"
"description" => "BERNTON, E., JACOB, P., GERBER, M. et ROBERT, C.P. (2019). Approximate Bayesian computation with the Wasserstein distance. <i>Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)</i>, 81(2), pp. 235-269."
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "JACOB Pierre"
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "BERNTON Espen"
]
2 => array:1 [
"name" => "GERBER Mathieu"
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3 => array:1 [
"name" => "ROBERT Christian P."
]
]
"ouvrage" => ""
"keywords" => []
"updatedAt" => "2021-09-24 10:33:27"
"publicationUrl" => "https://doi.org/10.1111/rssb.12312"
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"volume" => "81"
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"support_type" => array:2 [
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"fr" => "A growing number of generative statistical models do not permit the numerical evaluation of their likelihood functions. Approximate Bayesian computation has become a popular approach to overcome this issue, in which one simulates synthetic data sets given parameters and compares summaries of these data sets with the corresponding observed values. We propose to avoid the use of summaries and the ensuing loss of information by instead using the Wasserstein distance between the empirical distributions of the observed and synthetic data. This generalizes the well-known approach of using order statistics within approximate Bayesian computation to arbitrary dimensions. We describe how recently developed approximations of the Wasserstein distance allow the method to scale to realistic data sizes, and we propose a new distance based on the Hilbert space filling curve. We provide a theoretical study of the method proposed, describing consistency as the threshold goes to 0 while the observations are kept fixed, and concentration properties as the number of observations grows. Various extensions to time series data are discussed. The approach is illustrated on various examples, including univariate and multivariate g-and-k distributions, a toggle switch model from systems biology, a queuing model and a Lévy-driven stochastic volatility model."
"en" => "A growing number of generative statistical models do not permit the numerical evaluation of their likelihood functions. Approximate Bayesian computation has become a popular approach to overcome this issue, in which one simulates synthetic data sets given parameters and compares summaries of these data sets with the corresponding observed values. We propose to avoid the use of summaries and the ensuing loss of information by instead using the Wasserstein distance between the empirical distributions of the observed and synthetic data. This generalizes the well-known approach of using order statistics within approximate Bayesian computation to arbitrary dimensions. We describe how recently developed approximations of the Wasserstein distance allow the method to scale to realistic data sizes, and we propose a new distance based on the Hilbert space filling curve. We provide a theoretical study of the method proposed, describing consistency as the threshold goes to 0 while the observations are kept fixed, and concentration properties as the number of observations grows. Various extensions to time series data are discussed. The approach is illustrated on various examples, including univariate and multivariate g-and-k distributions, a toggle switch model from systems biology, a queuing model and a Lévy-driven stochastic volatility model."
]
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"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
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4 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2224
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "12518"
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"id" => "12518"
"slug" => "bayesian-model-comparison-with-the-hyvarinen-score-computation-and-consistency"
"yearMonth" => "2019-09"
"year" => "2019"
"title" => "Bayesian Model Comparison with the Hyvärinen Score: Computation and Consistency"
"description" => "SHAO, S., JACOB, P., DING, J. et TAROKH, V. (2019). Bayesian Model Comparison with the Hyvärinen Score: Computation and Consistency. <i>Journal of the American Statistical Association</i>, 114(528), pp. 1826-1837."
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "JACOB Pierre"
"bid" => "B00795650"
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "SHAO Stephane"
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2 => array:1 [
"name" => "DING Jie"
]
3 => array:1 [
"name" => "TAROKH Vahid"
]
]
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"publicationUrl" => "https://doi.org/10.1080/01621459.2018.1518237"
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"pages" => "1826-1837"
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"support_type" => array:2 [
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"fr" => "The Bayes factor is a widely used criterion in model comparison and its logarithm is a difference of out-of-sample predictive scores under the logarithmic scoring rule. However, when some of the candidate models involve vague priors on their parameters, the log-Bayes factor features an arbitrary additive constant that hinders its interpretation. As an alternative, we consider model comparison using the Hyvärinen score. We propose a method to consistently estimate this score for parametric models, using sequential Monte Carlo methods. We show that this score can be estimated for models with tractable likelihoods as well as nonlinear non-Gaussian state-space models with intractable likelihoods. We prove the asymptotic consistency of this new model selection criterion under strong regularity assumptions in the case of nonnested models, and we provide qualitative insights for the nested case"
"en" => "The Bayes factor is a widely used criterion in model comparison and its logarithm is a difference of out-of-sample predictive scores under the logarithmic scoring rule. However, when some of the candidate models involve vague priors on their parameters, the log-Bayes factor features an arbitrary additive constant that hinders its interpretation. As an alternative, we consider model comparison using the Hyvärinen score. We propose a method to consistently estimate this score for parametric models, using sequential Monte Carlo methods. We show that this score can be estimated for models with tractable likelihoods as well as nonlinear non-Gaussian state-space models with intractable likelihoods. We prove the asymptotic consistency of this new model selection criterion under strong regularity assumptions in the case of nonnested models, and we provide qualitative insights for the nested case"
]
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5 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#1845
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "12519"
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"id" => "12519"
"slug" => "smoothing-with-couplings-of-conditional-particle-filters"
"yearMonth" => "2020-04"
"year" => "2020"
"title" => "Smoothing With Couplings of Conditional Particle Filters"
"description" => "JACOB, P., LINDSTEN, F. et SCHÖN, T.B. (2020). Smoothing With Couplings of Conditional Particle Filters. <i>Journal of the American Statistical Association</i>, 115(530), pp. 721-729."
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "JACOB Pierre"
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "LINDSTEN Fredrik"
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2 => array:1 [
"name" => "SCHÖN Thomas B."
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"ouvrage" => ""
"keywords" => array:5 [
0 => "Couplings"
1 => "Debiasing techniques"
2 => "Parallel computation"
3 => "Particle filtering"
4 => "Particle smoothing"
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"publicationUrl" => "https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01621459.2018.1548856"
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"fr" => "In state–space models, smoothing refers to the task of estimating a latent stochastic process given noisy measurements related to the process. We propose an unbiased estimator of smoothing expectations. The lack-of-bias property has methodological benefits: independent estimators can be generated in parallel, and CI can be constructed from the central limit theorem to quantify the approximation error. To design unbiased estimators, we combine a generic debiasing technique for Markov chains, with a Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithm for smoothing. The resulting procedure is widely applicable and we show in numerical experiments that the removal of the bias comes at a manageable increase in variance. We establish the validity of the proposed estimators under mild assumptions. Numerical experiments are provided on toy models, including a setting of highly informative observations, and for a realistic Lotka–Volterra model with an intractable transition density. Supplementary materials for this article are available online."
"en" => "In state–space models, smoothing refers to the task of estimating a latent stochastic process given noisy measurements related to the process. We propose an unbiased estimator of smoothing expectations. The lack-of-bias property has methodological benefits: independent estimators can be generated in parallel, and CI can be constructed from the central limit theorem to quantify the approximation error. To design unbiased estimators, we combine a generic debiasing technique for Markov chains, with a Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithm for smoothing. The resulting procedure is widely applicable and we show in numerical experiments that the removal of the bias comes at a manageable increase in variance. We establish the validity of the proposed estimators under mild assumptions. Numerical experiments are provided on toy models, including a setting of highly informative observations, and for a realistic Lotka–Volterra model with an intractable transition density. Supplementary materials for this article are available online."
]
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6 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2222
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "12520"
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"id" => "12520"
"slug" => "estimating-relatedness-between-malaria-parasites"
"yearMonth" => "2019-08"
"year" => "2019"
"title" => "Estimating Relatedness Between Malaria Parasites"
"description" => "TAYLOR, A.R., JACOB, P., NEAFSEY, D.E. et BUCKEE, C.O. (2019). Estimating Relatedness Between Malaria Parasites. <i>Genetics</i>, 212(4), pp. 1337-1351."
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "JACOB Pierre"
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "TAYLOR Aimee R"
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2 => array:1 [
"name" => "NEAFSEY Daniel E"
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3 => array:1 [
"name" => "BUCKEE Caroline O"
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"ouvrage" => ""
"keywords" => array:9 [
0 => "Plasmodium falciparum "
1 => "Plasmodium vivax "
2 => "genetic epidemiology "
3 => "hidden Markov model "
4 => "identity-by-descent "
5 => "identity-by-state "
6 => "independence model "
7 => "malaria "
8 => "relatedness."
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"updatedAt" => "2021-09-24 10:33:27"
"publicationUrl" => "https://doi.org/10.1534/genetics.119.302120"
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"pages" => "1337-1351"
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"fr" => "Understanding the relatedness of individuals within or between populations is a common goal in biology. Increasingly, relatedness features in genetic epidemiology studies of pathogens. These studies are relatively new compared to those in humans and other organisms, but are important for designing interventions and understanding pathogen transmission. Only recently have researchers begun to routinely apply relatedness to apicomplexan eukaryotic malaria parasites, and to date have used a range of different approaches on an ad hoc basis. Therefore, it remains unclear how to compare different studies and which measures to use. Here, we systematically compare measures based on identity-by-state (IBS) and identity-by-descent (IBD) using a globally diverse data set of malaria parasites, Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax, and provide marker requirements for estimates based on IBD. We formally show that the informativeness of polyallelic markers for relatedness inference is maximized when alleles are equifrequent."
"en" => "Understanding the relatedness of individuals within or between populations is a common goal in biology. Increasingly, relatedness features in genetic epidemiology studies of pathogens. These studies are relatively new compared to those in humans and other organisms, but are important for designing interventions and understanding pathogen transmission. Only recently have researchers begun to routinely apply relatedness to apicomplexan eukaryotic malaria parasites, and to date have used a range of different approaches on an ad hoc basis. Therefore, it remains unclear how to compare different studies and which measures to use. Here, we systematically compare measures based on identity-by-state (IBS) and identity-by-descent (IBD) using a globally diverse data set of malaria parasites, Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax, and provide marker requirements for estimates based on IBD. We formally show that the informativeness of polyallelic markers for relatedness inference is maximized when alleles are equifrequent."
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"fr" => "Systèmes d’Information, Sciences de la Décision et Statistiques"
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7 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2225
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "12521"
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"id" => "12521"
"slug" => "a-gibbs-sampler-for-a-class-of-random-convex-polytopes"
"yearMonth" => "2021-04"
"year" => "2021"
"title" => "A Gibbs Sampler for a Class of Random Convex Polytopes"
"description" => "JACOB, P., GONG, R., EDLEFSEN, P.T. et DEMPSTER, A.P. (2021). A Gibbs Sampler for a Class of Random Convex Polytopes. <i>Journal of the American Statistical Association</i>, 116(535), pp. 1181-1192."
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "JACOB Pierre"
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "GONG Ruobin"
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2 => array:1 [
"name" => "EDLEFSEN Paul T."
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3 => array:1 [
"name" => "DEMPSTER Arthur P."
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0 => "Algorithms"
1 => "Bayesian methods"
2 => "Categorical data analysis"
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"updatedAt" => "2022-06-03 10:42:42"
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9 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2227
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"fr" => "Sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) samplers are an alternative to MCMC for Bayesian computation. However, their performance depends strongly on the Markov kernels used to rejuvenate particles. We discuss how to calibrate automatically (using the current particles) Hamiltonian Monte Carlo kernels within SMC. To do so, we build upon the adaptive SMC approach of Fearnhead and Taylor (2013), and we also suggest alternative methods. We illustrate the advantages of using HMC kernels within an SMC sampler via an extensive numerical study."
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10 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2228
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12 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2230
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13 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2231
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2 => array:1 [
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14 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2232
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3 => array:1 [
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15 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2233
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16 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2234
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17 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2235
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18 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2236
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"slug" => "on-nonnegative-unbiased-estimators"
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"title" => "On nonnegative unbiased estimators"
"description" => "JACOB, P. et THIERY, A.H. (2015). On nonnegative unbiased estimators. <i>Annals of Statistics</i>, 43(2)."
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1 => array:1 [
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"fr" => "The study is motivated by pseudo-marginal Monte Carlo algorithms that rely on such nonnegative unbiased estimators. These methods allow “exact inference” in intractable models, in the sense that integrals with respect to a target distribution can be estimated without any systematic error, even though the associated probability density function cannot be evaluated pointwise. We discuss the consequences of our results on the applicability of pseudo-marginal algorithms and thus on the possibility of exact inference in intractable models."
"en" => "The study is motivated by pseudo-marginal Monte Carlo algorithms that rely on such nonnegative unbiased estimators. These methods allow “exact inference” in intractable models, in the sense that integrals with respect to a target distribution can be estimated without any systematic error, even though the associated probability density function cannot be evaluated pointwise. We discuss the consequences of our results on the applicability of pseudo-marginal algorithms and thus on the possibility of exact inference in intractable models."
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19 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2237
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"title" => "The Wang–Landau algorithm reaches the flat histogram criterion in finite time"
"description" => "JACOB, P. et RYDER, R.J. (2014). The Wang–Landau algorithm reaches the flat histogram criterion in finite time. <i>Annals of Applied Probability</i>, 24(1), pp. 34-53."
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1 => array:1 [
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"fr" => "The Wang–Landau algorithm aims at sampling from a probability distribution, while penalizing some regions of the state space and favoring others. It is widely used, but its convergence properties are still unknown. We show that for some variations of the algorithm, the Wang–Landau algorithm reaches the so-called flat histogram criterion in finite time, and that this criterion can be never reached for other variations. The arguments are shown in a simple context—compact spaces, density functions bounded from both sides—for the sake of clarity, and could be extended to more general contexts."
"en" => "The Wang–Landau algorithm aims at sampling from a probability distribution, while penalizing some regions of the state space and favoring others. It is widely used, but its convergence properties are still unknown. We show that for some variations of the algorithm, the Wang–Landau algorithm reaches the so-called flat histogram criterion in finite time, and that this criterion can be never reached for other variations. The arguments are shown in a simple context—compact spaces, density functions bounded from both sides—for the sake of clarity, and could be extended to more general contexts."
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20 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2238
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "smc2-an-efficient-algorithm-for-sequential-analysis-of-state-space-models"
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"title" => "SMC2: an efficient algorithm for sequential analysis of state space models"
"description" => "CHOPIN, N., JACOB, P. et PAPASPILIOPOULOS, O. (2013). SMC2: an efficient algorithm for sequential analysis of state space models. <i>Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)</i>, 75(3), pp. 397-426."
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1 => array:1 [
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2 => array:1 [
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"fr" => "We consider the generic problem of performing sequential Bayesian inference in a state space model with observation process y, state process x and fixed parameter θ."
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21 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2239
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "evaluating-the-reliability-of-mobility-metrics-from-aggregated-mobile-phone-data-as-proxies-for-sars-cov-2-transmission-in-the-usa-a-population-based-study"
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"title" => "Evaluating the reliability of mobility metrics from aggregated mobile phone data as proxies for SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the USA: a population-based study"
"description" => "KISHORE, N., TAYLOR, A.R., JACOB, P., VEMBAR, N., COHEN, T., BUCKEE, C.O. et MENZIES, N.A. (2022). Evaluating the reliability of mobility metrics from aggregated mobile phone data as proxies for SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the USA: a population-based study. <i>The Lancet Digital Health</i>, 4(1), pp. e27-e36."
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1 => array:1 [
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2 => array:1 [
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3 => array:1 [
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4 => array:1 [
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5 => array:1 [
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6 => array:1 [
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"fr" => "In early 2020, the response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic focused on non-pharmaceutical interventions, some of which aimed to reduce transmission by changing mixing patterns between people. Aggregated location data from mobile phones are an important source of real-time information about human mobility on a population level, but the degree to which these mobility metrics capture the relevant contact patterns of individuals at risk of transmitting SARS-CoV-2 is not clear. In this study we describe changes in the relationship between mobile phone data and SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the USA."
"en" => "In early 2020, the response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic focused on non-pharmaceutical interventions, some of which aimed to reduce transmission by changing mixing patterns between people. Aggregated location data from mobile phones are an important source of real-time information about human mobility on a population level, but the degree to which these mobility metrics capture the relevant contact patterns of individuals at risk of transmitting SARS-CoV-2 is not clear. In this study we describe changes in the relationship between mobile phone data and SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the USA."
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22 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2240
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#_id: "12708"
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"slug" => "fast-approximation-of-the-sliced-wasserstein-distance-using-concentration-of-random-projections"
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"year" => "2021"
"title" => "Fast Approximation of the Sliced-Wasserstein Distance Using Concentration of Random Projections"
"description" => "NADJAHI, K., DURMUS, A., JACOB, P., BADEAU, R. et SIMSEKLI, U. (2021). Fast Approximation of the Sliced-Wasserstein Distance Using Concentration of Random Projections. Dans: <i>NeurIPS 2021 Thirty-fifth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems</i>. Proceedings of Machine Learning Research."
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2 => array:1 [
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23 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2241
#_index: "academ_contributions"
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"slug" => "coupling-based-convergence-assessment-of-some-gibbs-samplers-for-high-dimensional-bayesian-regression-with-shrinkage-priors"
"yearMonth" => "2022-07"
"year" => "2022"
"title" => "Coupling-based convergence assessment of some Gibbs samplers for high-dimensional Bayesian regression with shrinkage priors"
"description" => "BISWAS, N., BHATTACHARYA, A., JACOB, P. et JOHNDROW, J. (2022). Coupling-based convergence assessment of some Gibbs samplers for high-dimensional Bayesian regression with shrinkage priors. <i>Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology)</i>, 84, pp. 973-996."
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1 => array:1 [
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2 => array:1 [
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3 => array:1 [
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3 => "Horseshoe prior"
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"fr" => "We consider Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) algorithms for Bayesian high-dimensional regression with continuous shrinkage priors. A common challenge with these algorithms is the choice of the number of iterations to perform. This is critical when each iteration is expensive, as is the case when dealing with modern data sets, such as genome-wide association studies with thousands of rows and up to hundreds of thousands of columns. We develop coupling techniques tailored to the setting of high-dimensional regression with shrinkage priors, which enable practical, non-asymptotic diagnostics of convergence without relying on traceplots or long-run asymptotics. By establishing geometric drift and minorization conditions for the algorithm under consideration, we prove that the proposed couplings have finite expected meeting time. Focusing on a class of shrinkage priors which includes the ‘Horseshoe’, we empirically demonstrate the scalability of the proposed couplings. A highlight of our findings is that less than 1000 iterations can be enough for a Gibbs sampler to reach stationarity in a regression on 100,000 covariates. The numerical results also illustrate the impact of the prior on the computational efficiency of the coupling, and suggest the use of priors where the local precisions are Half-t distributed with degree of freedom larger than one."
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24 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2242
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"slug" => "an-invitation-to-sequential-monte-carlo-samplers"
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"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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25 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2243
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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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26 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2244
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"title" => "Metric Learning With HORDE: High-Order Regularizer for Deep Embeddings"
"description" => "JACOB, P. et KLEIN, E. (2019). Metric Learning With HORDE: High-Order Regularizer for Deep Embeddings. Dans: 2019 IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV)."
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