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Online Algorithms with Multiple Predictions
Keerti Anand · Rong Ge · Amit Kumar · Debmalya Panigrahi

Thu Jul 21 03:00 PM -- 05:00 PM (PDT) @ Hall E #603

This paper studies online algorithms augmented with {\em multiple} machine-learned predictions. While online algorithms augmented with a single prediction have been extensively studied in recent years, the literature for the multiple predictions setting is sparse. In this paper, we give a generic algorithmic framework for online covering problems with multiple predictions that obtains an online solution that is competitive against the performance of the {\em best} predictor. Our algorithm incorporates the use of predictions in the classic potential-based analysis of online algorithms. We apply our algorithmic framework to solve classical problems such as online set cover, (weighted) caching, and online facility location in the multiple predictions setting. Our algorithm can also be {\em robustified}, i.e., the algorithm can be simultaneously made competitive against the best prediction and the performance of the best online algorithm (without prediction).

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Keerti Anand (Duke University)
Rong Ge (Duke University)
Amit Kumar (IIT Delhi)
Debmalya Panigrahi (Duke University)

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