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Random Spanning Trees and the Prediction of Weighted Graphs
Random Spanning Trees and the Prediction of Weighted Graphs,Nicolò CesaBianchi,Claudio Gentile,Fabio Vitale,Giovanni Zappella
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Nicolò CesaBianchi
,
Claudio Gentile
,
Fabio Vitale
,
Giovanni Zappella
We show that the mistake bound for predict ing the nodes of an arbitrary
weighted graph
is characterized (up to logarithmic factors) by the cutsize of a random
spanning tree
of the graph. The cutsize is induced by the unknown adversarial labeling of the graph nodes. In deriving our characterization, we obtain a simple
randomized algorithm
achieving the optimal mistake bound on any weighted graph. Our algorithm draws a ran dom
spanning tree
of the original graph and then predicts the nodes of this tree in con stant amortized time and linear space. Ex periments on realworld datasets show that our method compares well to both global (Perceptron) and local (labelpropagation) methods, while being much faster.
Conference:
International Conference on Machine Learning  ICML
, pp. 175182, 2010
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Random Spanning Trees and the Prediction of Weighted Graphs
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Citations: 1
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Nicolò CesaBianchi
,
Claudio Gentile
,
Fabio Vitale
,
Giovanni Zappella
Conference:
International Conference on Machine Learning  ICML
, pp. 175182, 2010