Niko Yasui

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I am a MSc student under Martha White at the University of Alberta. My current research is on comparing exploration methods in reinforcement learning to better understand their fundamental mechanisms. More generally, I like to think about making sensible, closed-loop control systems using reinforcement learning. I also have positive feelings about applying tools from statistics and machine learning to issues in healthcare, social policy, and the environment.

Sep 2017 - Present, M.Sc. student in Computing Science, University of Alberta.

Sep 2013 - Apr 2017, B.Sc. in Statistics and Computer Science, McGill University.

Chen HY, Dufresne L, Burr H, Ambikkumar A, Yasui N, Luk K, Ranatunga DK, Whitmer RA, Lathrop M, Engert JC, Thanassoulis G., Association of LPA Variants With Aortic Stenosis: A Large-Scale Study Using Diagnostic and Procedural Codes From Electronic Health Records. JAMA Cardiology. doi:10.1001/jamacardio.2017.4266

yasui@ualberta.ca

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