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Daphne Koller Publications
Research Areas (all)Publication TypeYears
BNBayesian Networks   HMHybrid Models
LGMLearning Graphical Models   MNMarkov Networks
TPMTemporal Probabilistic Models  
JJournal Article
CConference Paper
BBook
ChBook Chapter
TTechnical Report
PhDPhD Disseration
1985 - 1989
1990 - 1994
1995 - 1999
2000 - 2004
2005 - 2009
2010 - 2014

TypeReferenceDownload
topics: BNHMLGMMNTPM

2008
C   J. Duchi, S. Gould, and D. Koller (2008). "Projected Subgradient Methods for Learning Sparse Gaussians." Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Conference on Uncertainty in AI (UAI). bib pdf
topics:    HM LGM MN   

2002
C   U. Lerner, B. Moses, M. Scott, S. McIlraith, and D. Koller (2002). "Monitoring a complex physical system using a hybrid dynamic Bayes net." Proc. Eighteenth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI) (pp. 301-310). bib/abs pdf ps.gz
topics:    HM       TPM

2001
C   U. Lerner, E. Segal, and D. Koller (2001). "Exact Inference in Networks with Discrete Children of Continuous Parents." Seventeenth Annual Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI). bib/abs pdf ps.gz
topics: BN HM         

2000
C   U. Lerner, R. Parr, D. Koller, and G. Biswas (2000). "Bayesian Fault Detection and Diagnosis in Dynamic Systems." Proceedings of the 17th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) (pp. 531-537). bib/abs pdf ps.gz
topics:    HM       TPM

1999
C   D. Koller, U. Lerner, and D. Anguelov (1999). "A General Algorithm for Approximate Inference and Its Application to Hybrid Bayes Nets." Proc. Fourteenth Annual Conference on Uncertainty in AI (UAI) (pp. 324-333). bib/abs pdf ps.gz
topics:    HM       TPM

1997
C   A. V. Kozlov and D. Koller (1997). "Nonuniform dynamic discretization in hybrid networks." Proc. Thirteenth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI) (pp. 314-325). bib/abs pdf ps.gz
topics: BN HM         

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