Poster
Conditioning by adaptive sampling for robust design
David Brookes · Jennifer Listgarten

Wed Jun 12th 06:30 -- 09:00 PM @ Pacific Ballroom #None

We present a method for design problems wherein the goal is to maximize or specify the value of one or more properties of interest (e.g. maximizing the fluorescence of a protein). We assume access to black box, stochastic ``oracle" predictive functions, each of which maps from design space to a distribution over properties of interest. Because many state-of-the-art predictive models are known to suffer from pathologies, especially for data far from the training distribution, the problem becomes different from directly optimizing the oracles. Herein, we propose a method to solve this problem that uses model-based adaptive sampling to estimate a distribution over the design space, conditioned on the desired properties.

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David Brookes (University of California, Berkeley)
Jennifer Listgarten (University of California, Berkeley)

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