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Section: New Results

Axis 2: Analysis of early stopping rules based on discrepancy principle

Participant: Alain Celisse

We describe a general unified framework for analyzing the statistical performance of early stopping rules based on the minimum discrepancy principle (DP). Finite-sample bounds such as deviation or oracle inequalities are derived with high probability. Since it turns out that DP suffers some deficiencies when estimating smooth functions, refinements involving smoothing of the residuals are introduced and analyzed. Theoretical bounds established in the fixed design setting under mild assumptions such as the boundedness of the kernel. When focusing on the smoothed discrepancy principle, such bounds are even extended to the random design setting by means of a new change-of-norm argument

Joint work with Markus ReiƟ(Humboldt) and Martin Wahl (Humboldt). This work has been already presented several times in seminars.