Lecture 5: Structured Prediction

Structured prediction or structured learning refers to supervised machine learning techniques that involve predicting structured objects, rather than single labels or real values. For example, the problem of translating a natural language sentence into a syntactic representation such as a parse tree can be seen as a structured prediction problem in which the structured output domain is the set of all possible parse trees.

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