Room 611B, 6th floor in Bldg.2, NITech
Skeaker ： Dr. Mathieu Blondel (NTTコンピュータサイエンス研究所）
Organizer: Prof. Ichiro Takeuchi ( Frontier Research Institute for Information Science, NITech)
Polynomial networks and factorization machines are two recently-proposed models that can efficiently use feature interactions in classification and regression tasks. In this paper, we revisit both models from a unified perspective.
Based on this new view, we study the properties of both models and propose new efficient training algorithms. Key to our approach is to cast parameter learning as a low-rank symmetric tensor estimation problem, which we solve by multi-convex optimization. We demonstrate our approach on regression and recommender system tasks.