On adaptive estimators in statistical learning theory
We study the problem of reconstructing an unknown function from a bounded set of its values given with random errors at random points. The function is assumed to belong to a function class from a certain family.
KeywordsSTEKLOV Institute Learning Theory Function Class Regression Function Statistical Learning Theory
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