Computer Science Doctoral Dissertations

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In the second part of his thesis, Ma shows how to understand and interpret the properties of embedding models for natural languages, which were learned using nonconvex optimization.Ma is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Statistics at Stanford University.Meta-learning is a recent innovation that holds promise to allow machines to learn with smaller datasets.

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Chelsea Finn of the University of California, Berkeley is the recipient of the 2018 ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award for her dissertation, “Learning to Learn with Gradients.” In her thesis, Finn introduced algorithms for meta-learning that enable deep networks to solve new tasks from small datasets, and demonstrated how her algorithms can be applied in areas including computer vision, reinforcement learning and robotics.

Beckett’s dissertation describes new principles, algorithms and tools for substantially improving the reliability of modern networks.

In the first half of his thesis, Beckett shows that it is unnecessary to simulate the distributed algorithms that traditional routers implement—a process that is simply too costly—and that instead, one can directly verify the stable states to which such algorithms will eventually converge.

He received a Ph D in Computer Science from Princeton University and a BS in Computer Science from Tsinghua University.

Chelsea Finn of University of California, Berkeley has received ACM's 2018 Doctoral Dissertation Award for introducing algorithms for meta-learning that enable deep networks to solve new tasks from small datasets.

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