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Weighted loss functions vs weighted sampling?

For image classification tasks, is there a practical difference between using weighted loss functions vs. using weighted sampling? (I would appreciate theoretical arguments, experience or published ...
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XGBoost predicting everything as null when sample weights are passed

I am trying to build an Uplift model using observational data. The data is consists of collections calls to customers and my objective is to predict the incremental probability due to the treatment (...
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Heterogeneous clustering with text data

I have a dataset which consists of multiple user ratings. Each rating looks similarly to: ...
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Training a model where each response in the observation data has a different known varience

I have a dataset where each response variable is the number of successes of N Bernoulli trials with N and p (the probability of success) being different for each observation. The goal is to train a ...
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Assign more importance to recent records during training

My goal is to build a classification model in order to predict if a customer will buy a product or not (binary classification). Since in the last months (let's say 3-4) I know that the advertising of ...
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Non-monotone missing data, and inverse probability weighting

I'm having difficulty identifying whether or not my missing data pattern is 'monotone'. I have two variables with missing data, and the missing data patterns in each variable do not completely ...
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Do I need to adjust frequencies or weights of rows so the right weight is given to each sample (data mining)?

The general problem type is as follows. I have about 2,500 rows of data. Each row contains data about an individual sample with sizes from around 10,000 to 200,000 (a known attribute / column), and ...
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How to weight loss in regression

I've got a regression problem where a model is required to predict a value in the range [0, 1]. I've tried to look at the distribution of the data and and it seems that there are more examples with ...
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Can a term weighting function used in text retrieval be compared to one used in text classification?

I came up with a modified version of TF-IDF function for text retrieval task. I want to do retrieval experiments using Vector Space Model and compare my function to some of those proposed in the ...
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How to balance dataset using fit_generator() in Keras?

I am trying to use keras to fit a CNN model to classify 2 classes of data . I have imbalanced dataset I want to balance my data equally. How I can do that ?? Any help would be appreciated The main ...
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why we use “class_weight='balanced” as a classifier parameter?

Please I have imbalanced data and at first, I used SMOTE to oversample it, and it gives a good result, then I see some code used sometimes class_weight='balanced" inside of the classifier ( RL, DT, ...
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How to visualize the weights of the output(classification) layer?

I'm doing a Convolutional Neural Network of MNIST data set, and how can I visualize the weights of the output(classification) layer? I only found several websites visualizing the filters in CNN model ...
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Clustering with custom criterion (minimum cluster weight)

Edit: following comment from @anony-mousse, I'm changing the question to search for a general clustering approach that matches this criterion (minimum weight per cluster). I am to use a clustering ...
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Class weights for imbalanced data in multilabel problems

I am trying to train a CNN for a multiclass - multilabel classification task (20 classes, each sample can belong to 1+ labels) and the dataset is highly imbalanced. In single-label cases I would use ...