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About: Distributed optimization: Support Vector Machines and LASSO regression on distributed data Changes:Initial Upload

About: This package implements Ideal PCA in MATLAB. Ideal PCA is a (cross)kernel based feature extraction algorithm which is (a) a faster alternative to kernel PCA and (b) a method to learn data manifold certifying features. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: Supervised Latent Semantic Indexing(SLSI) is an supervised feature transformation method. The algorithms in this package are based on the iterative algorithm of Latent Semantic Indexing. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: A MATLAB toolkit for performing generalized regression with equality/inequality constraints on the function value/gradient. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: SAMOA is a platform for mining big data streams. It is a distributed streaming machine learning (ML) framework that contains a programing abstraction for distributed streaming ML algorithms. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: Regularization paTH for LASSO problem (thalasso) thalasso solves problems of the following form: minimize 1/2X*betay^2 + lambda*sumbeta_i, where X and y are problem data and beta and lambda are variables. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: CURFIL uses NVIDIA CUDA to accelerate random forest training and prediction for RGB and RGBD images. It focuses on image labelling tasks, such as image segmentation or classification applications. CURFIL allows to search for optimal hyperparameter configurations (e.g. using the hyperopt) package) by massively decreasing training time. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: LDPar is an efficient datadriven dependency parser. You can train your own parsing model on treebank data and parse new data using the induced model. Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org.

About: LogRegCrowds is a collection of Julia implementations of various approaches for learning a logistic regression model multiple annotators and crowds, namely the works of Raykar et al. (2010), Rodrigues et al. (2013) and Dawid and Skene (1979). Changes:Initial Announcement on mloss.org. Added GitHub page.
