Research activities in Machine Learning
I belong to the team GRAppA (Research group on Machine Learning).
Previously, I successfully defended a PhD thesis entitled Language bias in the generate-and-test algorithm and Contributions to disjunctive learning. This work was supervised by Céline Rouveirol at the Laboratory of Computer Science (LRI, Paris-Sud University).
My current main interests are:
- voting methods like boosting and applications to various frameworks in which a least general generalization algorithm exists ; in this task, I am developping volata, a java library that implements ensemble methods and least general generalization algorithms ; volata allows such boosting simulations ;
- unsupervised learning and text clustering with Laurent Candillier (co-supervised with Isabelle Tellier) ;
- information extraction with Patrick Marty ;
- problems involved by medical data like the INDANA database.