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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Some Topics" on the SideBar).
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  As usual for wikis, you should not trust formal statements and formulas as much as you would for published books and papers; the main role of this wiki is to provide references, to serve as a forum for informal discussions (even speculations) and stating open questions.  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Some Topics" on the SideBar).
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Popular Topics" on the SideBar).
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Some Topics" on the SideBar).
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If equations do not display properly on your browser, please follow the instructions at [[Latex Support]] to correct this.
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If equations do not display properly in your browser, please follow the instructions at [[Latex Support]] to correct this.
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "The person who suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability" (surname with an initial capital letter). If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Manokhin|Valery Manokhin]]).
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Unfortunately at this time we require a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks in the past. The current password is the answer to the riddle "The person who suggested the measure-theoretic axioms for probability" (surname with an initial capital letter). If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Manokhin|Valery Manokhin]]).
April 13, 2017, at 07:53 AM by Vovk - replaced Fedor Zhdanov by Valery Manokhin
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources:
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]] (mainly [[Conformal Prediction]]).  It provides two resources:
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "The person who suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability" (surname with an initial capital letter). If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "The person who suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability" (surname with an initial capital letter). If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Manokhin|Valery Manokhin]]).
November 24, 2010, at 04:21 PM by Vovk - asked editors to refer to technical reports rather than journal papers
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The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work in the area of on-line prediction, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]] in group "Profiles".
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The wiki is hosted by a server in the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work in the area of on-line prediction, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]] in group "Profiles".
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@$(x_i,y_i)$@] to produce $(x_i,y_i)$.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@$(x_i,y_i)$@] to produce $(x_i,y_i)$.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.  Whenever possible, please refer to openly accessible technical reports (e.g., arXiv reports) rather than journal papers (arXiv reports often contain information about journals in which they have been published).
November 21, 2010, at 08:50 PM by Vovk - minor changes
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources:
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Overviews of various research topics. 
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources:
* Overviews of various research topics.
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Main Topics" on the SideBar).

The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work on one of our main topics, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]] in group "Profiles".
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Popular Topics" on the SideBar).

The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work in the area of on-line prediction, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]] in group "Profiles".
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "The person who suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability". If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "The person who suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability" (surname with an initial capital letter). If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "Person suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability". If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "The person who suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability". If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is "Person suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability". If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is an answer to the riddle "Person suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability". If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. Please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. This password is "Person suggested measure-theoretic axioms for probability". If you do not want to guess, please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Unfortunately we need to make a password for editing pages due to some thoughtless hacker attacks. Please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
September 17, 2008, at 11:38 AM by Zhdanov - open questions link
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* Descriptions of open questions.
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* Descriptions of [[open questions]].
July 07, 2008, at 09:02 AM by Zhdanov - small correstion about jsMath
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If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message), please follow the instructions at [[Latex Support]] to correct this.
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If equations do not display properly on your browser, please follow the instructions at [[Latex Support]] to correct this.
July 04, 2008, at 05:26 PM by Vovk - added a remark about the list of open problems for each research area
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).  The full list of open questions on this site can be obtained by clicking "Open Questions" on the SideBar (to the left of this text), but more useful lists are given under various research areas (such as the "Main Topics" on the SideBar).
June 15, 2008, at 12:13 PM by Vovk - added a sentence about experiments
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There are both articles about theory and articles about experimental results (we try to separate theory and experiments, covering them in different, often cross-referenced, articles).
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type \@$(x_i,y_i)$\@ to produce $(x_i,y_i)$.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@$(x_i,y_i)$@] to produce $(x_i,y_i)$.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@\$(x_i,y_i)\$@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type \@$(x_i,y_i)$\@ to produce $(x_i,y_i)$.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you use your surname, the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@\$(x_i,y_i)\$@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you '''use your surname''', the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@\$(x_i,y_i)\$@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you use your surname, the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you use your surname, the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@\$(x_i,y_i)\$@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.
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The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work on one of our main topics, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]].
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The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work on one of our main topics, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]] in group "Profiles".
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If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message), please follow [[LatexSupport]] to avoid this.
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If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message), please follow the instructions at [[Latex Support]] to correct this.
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If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message), please follow [[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/|these instructions]] to install the required TeX fonts on your computer.
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If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message), please follow [[LatexSupport]] to avoid this.
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Please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w01@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w1@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Please direct questions and comments to the [[w01@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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Please direct questions and comments to the [[mailto:w01@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science
at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.
If you work on one of our main topics, please consider participating.  Even if you do not
participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]].

If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message),
please follow [[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/|these instructions]] to install the required
TeX fonts on your computer.

To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you
use your surname, the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.
You may use latex; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}. 
See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.

Please direct questions and comments to [[Profiles/Zhdanov | Fedor Zhdanov]].
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The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.  If you work on one of our main topics, please consider participating.  Even if you do not participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]].

If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message), please follow [[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/|these instructions]] to install the required TeX fonts on your computer.

To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you use your surname, the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.  You may use latex; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.

Please direct questions and comments to the [[w01@onlineprediction.net|webmaster]] ([[Profiles/Zhdanov|Fedor Zhdanov]]).
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required.
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required; if you
use your surname, the history for the page will link the change to your personal page in the wiki.
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please follow the instructions [[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/]] to install the required
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please follow [[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/|these instructions]] to install the required
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Please direct questions and comments to [[Profiles/Zhdanov | Fedor Zhdanov]].

Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support, if you can't see scripts or want to add them to some article.

More information about PmWiki is available from [[http://www.pmwiki.org
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Please direct questions and comments to [[Profiles/Zhdanov | Fedor Zhdanov]].
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page. 
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page.  An author name is required.
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Further instructions for editing are


Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Zhdanov | Fedor
Zhdanov]].

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Attention:
The system requires the name of the author to edit any page. It is recommended (but not necessary) to use your surname to provide the direct link to your page from Recent Changes page.
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Before you begin adding content you might want to:
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See the sidebar on the left for further editing instructions.

Please direct questions and comments to [[Profiles/
Zhdanov | Fedor Zhdanov]].
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participate, feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]].
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participate, please feel free to add your name to the list of [[Main/People]].
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The wiki is hosted by the team for Practical Competitive Prediction http://www.clrc.rhul.ac.uk/pcp/
at Royal Holloway College.
  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.
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The wiki is hosted by the server of the Department of Computer Science
at Royal Holloway, University of London
.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.
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To edit a page, double click on the "edit" link at the top.  You may use latex; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}. 
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To edit a page, click the "Edit" button at the top of the page. 
You may use latex; for example, type
[@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}. 
Further instructions for editing are
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To edit a page, double click on the "edit" link at the top.  Equations are supported; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.

If you still can't see the scripts, or just if you don't want to see the jsMath warning message, follow the instructions
[[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/]] to install TeX fonts on your computer.
to:
If equations do not display properly on your browser (or if you see a jsMath warning message),
please follow the instructions
[[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/]] to install the required
TeX fonts on your computer.

To edit a page, double click on the "edit" link at the top.  You may use latex; for example, type
[@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}. 
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The wiki is hosted by the team for Practical

If you work on on-line prediction, feel free to add yourself
to the list of [[Main/People]].
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The wiki is hosted by the team for Practical Competitive Prediction http://www.clrc.rhul.ac.uk/pcp/
at Royal Holloway College.  But it is not moderated.  Anyone may edit pages and add new pages.
If you work on one of our main topics, please consider participating.  Even if you do not
participate, feel free to add your name
to the list of [[Main/People]].
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* Overviews of various research topics, often with links to other resources.  
* Descriptions of open questions and chronicles progress on these questions.
Anyone can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages.
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* Overviews of various research topics
* Descriptions of open questions
.

The wiki is hosted by the team for Practical
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources for researchers:
* It provides overviews of various research topics, often with links to other resources. 
* It lists
open questions and chronicles progress on these questions.
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources:
* Overviews of various research topics, often with links to other resources. 
* Descriptions of
open questions and chronicles progress on these questions.
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Zhdanov Fedor Zhdanov]].
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Zhdanov | Fedor Zhdanov]].
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Zhdanov]].
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Zhdanov Fedor Zhdanov]].
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The system requires the name of the author to edit any page. It is recommended (but not necessary) to spell your name as it is written in [[Main/People]] (your surname) to provide the direct link to your page from Recent Changes page.
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The system requires the name of the author to edit any page. It is recommended (but not necessary) to use your surname to provide the direct link to your page from Recent Changes page.
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The system requires the name of the author to edit any page. It is recommended (but not necessary) to spell your name as it is written in [[Main/People]] to provide the direct link to your page from Recent Changes page.
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The system requires the name of the author to edit any page. It is recommended (but not necessary) to spell your name as it is written in [[Main/People]] (your surname) to provide the direct link to your page from Recent Changes page.
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Fedor Zhdanov]].
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Zhdanov]].
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* It provides overviews of various research topics, often with links to other resources. 
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If you are involved in on-line prediction research, feel free to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].

To edit a page on this website, double click on the page you want to edit or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  Equations are supported; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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If you work on on-line prediction, feel free to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].

To edit a page, double click on the "edit" link at the top.  Equations are supported; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources for researchers in this area:
* It gives overviews of various research topics, often with links to other on-line resources. 
* It states interesting open questions
.
Because this website is a wiki, anyone can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages.
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This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources for researchers:
* It provides overviews of various research topics, often with links to other on-line resources. 
* It lists open questions and chronicles progress on these questions
.
Anyone can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages.
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(:title Wiki for On-Line Prediction:)
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!!!Wiki for On-Line Prediction

This website is intended to be a resource for research on [[On-line Prediction]]. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. If you are involved in on-line prediction research, feel free to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].

The main goals of this web site are:
* Give overviews of various areas of on-line prediction.  These overviews can refer to books
, papers, and technical reports (preferably available on-line).
* State interesting open questions and directions for further research
.
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(:title: Wiki for On-Line Prediction:)

This website is a wiki for research in [[On-line Prediction]].  It provides two resources for researchers in this area:
* It gives overviews of various research topics, often with links to other
on-line resources. 
* It states interesting open questions .
Because this website is a wiki, anyone can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages.

If you are involved in on-line prediction research
, feel free to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].
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!!!Welcome
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!!!Wiki for On-Line Prediction
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on [[On-line Prediction]]. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. In particular, if you are involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on [[On-line Prediction]]. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. If you are involved in on-line prediction research, feel free to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].
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* Give overviews of various areas of on-line prediction.  The most important elements of such overviews might be references to books, papers, and technical reports (preferably available on-line).
* State interesting open questions and directions of
further research.
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* Give overviews of various areas of on-line prediction.  These overviews can refer to books, papers, and technical reports (preferably available on-line).
* State interesting open questions and directions for
further research.
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If you still can't see the scripts, or just if you don't want to see the jsMath warning message, follow the instructions [[http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jsh3/jsMath/]] to install TeX fonts on your computer.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support, if you can't see scripts or want to add them to some article.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support.
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Fedor Zhdanov]].
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. In particular, if you are involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on [[On-line Prediction]]. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. In particular, if you are involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  Equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly. 
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To edit a page on this website, double click on the page you want to edit or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  Equations are supported; for example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}.  Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. If you are involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]]. You are also invited to add to the list of open questions (or expand on questions that are already there). If you have links (for example to other wikis) that would be of interest to other people in the field, please add them too. Basically, you are welcome to modify just about anything.
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. In particular, if you are involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]].

The main goals of this web site are:
* Give overviews
of various areas of on-line prediction.  The most important elements of such overviews might be references to books, papers, and technical reports (preferably available on-line).
* State interesting open questions and directions of further research
.
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Questions and comments should be directed to Fedor Zhdanov.
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Questions and comments should be directed to [[Profiles/Fedor Zhdanov]].
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More information about PmWiki is available from [[http://www.pmwiki.org]].
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More information about PmWiki is available from [[http://www.pmwiki.org]].
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Welcome


This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction Algorithms. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit its contents, add new pages. If you're involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of researchers. You are also invited to add to the list of open questions (or expand on problems that are already there). If you have news items or links that would be of interest to other people in the field, please add them too. Basically, you are welcome to modify just about anything. Once you get used to editing pages you might want to add a personal area for yourself in the Profiles group or add a page to the Projects group for active collaboration.


How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit
, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.

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!!!Welcome

This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit the existing pages and add new pages. If you are involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of [[Main/People]]. You are also invited to add to the list of open questions (or expand on questions that are already there). If you have links (for example to other wikis) that would be of interest to other people in the field, please add them too. Basically, you are welcome to modify just about anything.

How do
you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  Equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support. Practice editing pages in the [[PmWiki/BasicEditing |WikiSandbox]]. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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Attention:
The system requires the name of the author to edit any page. It is recommended (but not necessary) to spell your name as it is written in [[Main/People]] to provide the direct link to your page from Recent Changes page.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type {$(x_i,y_i)$} to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type [@{$(x_i,y_i)$}@] to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the $$ support. Practice editing pages in the [[PmWiki/BasicEditing |WikiSandbox]]. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the [[Main/LatexSupport | LaTeX]] support. Practice editing pages in the [[PmWiki/BasicEditing |WikiSandbox]]. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type {$(x_i,y_i)$} to produce <math>(x_i,y_i)</math>, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type {$(x_i,y_i)$} to produce {$(x_i,y_i)$}, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type $(x_i,y_i)$ to produce <math>(x_i,y_i)</math>, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type {$(x_i,y_i)$} to produce <math>(x_i,y_i)</math>, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type $(x_i,y_i)$ to produce $(x_i,y_i)$, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type $(x_i,y_i)$ to produce <math>(x_i,y_i)</math>, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction Algorithms. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit its contents, add new pages, and even change the SideBar. If you're involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of researchers. You are also invited to add to the list of open questions (or expand on problems that are already there). If you have news items or links that would be of interest to other people in the field, please add them too. Basically, you are welcome to modify just about anything. Once you get used to editing pages you might want to add a personal area for yourself in the Profiles group or add a page to the Projects group for active collaboration.
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This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction Algorithms. It is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit its contents, add new pages. If you're involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of researchers. You are also invited to add to the list of open questions (or expand on problems that are already there). If you have news items or links that would be of interest to other people in the field, please add them too. Basically, you are welcome to modify just about anything. Once you get used to editing pages you might want to add a personal area for yourself in the Profiles group or add a page to the Projects group for active collaboration.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the  support. Practice editing pages in the WikiSandbox. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the $$ support. Practice editing pages in the [[PmWiki/BasicEditing |WikiSandbox]]. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.
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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and
is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]. 

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing in
the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org
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Welcome


This website is intended to be a resource for research on On-line Prediction Algorithms. It
is a wiki, so anybody can easily edit its contents, add new pages, and even change the SideBar. If you're involved in on-line prediction research, make sure to add yourself to the list of researchers. You are also invited to add to the list of open questions (or expand on problems that are already there). If you have news items or links that would be of interest to other people in the field, please add them too. Basically, you are welcome to modify just about anything. Once you get used to editing pages you might want to add a personal area for yourself in the Profiles group or add a page to the Projects group for active collaboration.


How do you edit pages on this website? Just double click on the page you want to edit, or click one of the "edit" links on the right.  equations are supported, so it is easy to add mathematical expressions. For example, type $(x_i,y_i)$ to produce $(x_i,y_i)$, just as you would expect. Most other text formatting is pretty simple and can be picked up quickly.


Questions and comments should be directed to Fedor Zhdanov.

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Before you begin adding content you might want to:


Learn about basic editing in [[PmWiki/BasicEditing | PmWiki]]. Read about the  support. Practice editing pages in the WikiSandbox. Explore the extensive documentation available via the documentation index.


More information about PmWiki is available from [[http://www.pmwiki.org]]
.