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Henry W J Reeve


University of Manchester
School of Computer Science
Kilburn Building, Oxford Road
Manchester, M13 9PL
Room G33

henry.reeve@manchester.ac.uk

I am currently working towards a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Manchester, UK. I am a member of Machine Learning and Optimization Group. My supervisor is Professor. Gavin Brown.

My research interests are focused on Machine Learning, especially ensemble methods, minimax rates, nonparametric methods and random projections.

I completed a degree in Mathematics and Philosophy at St. John's College, Oxford, graduating with First Class Honours and a Gibb's Prize. I subsequently completed a PhD in Pure Mathematics at the University of Bristol under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Jordan. My research focus was on the dimension theory of non-conformal and non-compact dynamical systems. For a copy of my PhD thesis please click here . For an outline of my work in Dynamical Systems please click here.

To see my Google Scholar page please click here. To see my Arxiv page please click here.


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I will soon be attending the Algorithmic Learning Theory (ALT) 2017 conference where I will be presenting our recent work on Minimax rates on manifolds with approximate nearest neighbours.

Minimax rates on manifolds with approximate nearest neighbours
Henry W J Reeve and Gavin Brown
Algorithimic Learning Theory (ALT) 2017.



I recently attended ESANN 2017 and was awarded the Best Student Paper Award for our paper on Degrees of Freedom in Regression Ensembles.

Degrees of Freedom in Regression Ensembles
Henry W J Reeve and Gavin Brown
European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning 2017.
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Henry Reeve