Chris Williams: Selected talks available online


Link to Some talks by Chris Williams on videolectures.net

Detecting Artifactual Events in Vital Signs Monitoring Data video
Chris Williams, 21 Sept 2015. Invited talk at the IET Conference on Machine Learning in Healthcare, Oxford, UK.

Latent variable models and "deep" learning pdf
Chris Williams. Hamming Lecture at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh. March 2011.
Video of the talk is available streaming or for download.

Multi-task Learning with Gaussian Processes, with Applications to Robot Inverse Dynamics pdf
Chris Williams, with Kian Ming A. Chai, Stefan Klanke, Sethu Vijayakumar. Invited talk at NIPS 2009 workshop on Learning from Multiple Sources with Applications to Robotics Whistler, BC, Canada; December 2009.

Factorial Switching Kalman Filters for Condition Monitoring in Neonatal Intensive Care pdf
Chris Williams. Invited talk at Iberian Conference on Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis 2007 (IbPRIA 2007) Girona, Spain; June 2007
See also the video of a similar lecture given at Sheffield in Jan 2008.

A Tutorial Introduction to Stochastic Differential Equations: Continuous-time Gaussian Markov Processes pdf
Chris Williams. Invited talk in NIPS workshop on Dynamical Systems, Stochastic Processes and Bayesian Inference Whistler, BC, Canada; December 2006
See the video of this lecture (19,914 views as of 22 November 2015)

Model Selection for Gaussian Processes pdf
Chris Williams. Invited talk in NIPS workshop on Multi-level Inference Workshop and Model Selection Game. Whistler, BC, Canada; December 2006

Generative Models for Hierarchical Object Recognition pdf
Chris Williams. Sicily Workshop on Object Recognition, Siracusa, September 2006.

Machine Learning and Statistics: What's the Connection? pdf
Chris Williams. Invited talk at Royal Statistical Society 2006 Conference, Belfast, September 2006.

Hierarchy and Object Categories pdf
Chris Williams. NIPS workshop on Discovery of Object Categories, Whistler, BC, Canada, December 2005.


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