Usually my introductions start with “Multiple Instance Learning extends traditional  supervised learning methods in order to learn from objects that are described by a set (bag) of feature vectors (instances), rather than a single feature vector only.”. Although that is already a hint as to what I might (will? should?) be blogging about, a slightly different introduction … [Read more…]

New Year

I officially started my PhD on the 1st of January 2011 (at least, this is what it says in my contract… 1st of January was in fact a Saturday, so I did not do anything until the 3rd). A New Year for me therefore also means a new PhD year. At the end of last … [Read more…]