Purdue CS researchers present four papers at AAAI
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This year, Purdue CS faculty will present 4 papers at the 37th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
Held in Washington, D.C., February 7 to 14, the AAAI conference is one of the most prestigious forums for artificial intelligence research, attracting experts from around the world to discuss their latest findings.
Purdue CS Papers at AAAI '23
DisGUIDE: Disagreement-Guided Data-Free Model Extraction
Jonathan Rosenthal (Purdue University), Eric Enouen (The Ohio State University), Hung Viet Pham (York University), Lin Tan (Purdue University)
Learning Combinatorial Structures via Markov Random Fields with Sampling through Lovasz Local Lemma
Nan Jiang (Purdue University), Yi Gu (Northwestern University), Yexiang Xue (Purdue University)
Modeling Human Trust and Reliance in AI-assisted Decision. Making: A Markovian Approach
Zhuoyan Li (Purdue University), Zhuoran Lu (Purdue University), Ming Yin (Purdue University)
Scaling Up AI-driven Scientific Discovery via Embedding Physics Modeling into End-to-end Learning and Harnessing Random Projection
Yexiang Xue (Purdue University), Md Nasim (Purdue University), Xinghang Zhang (Purdue University), Anter El-Azab (Purdue University)
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