Structured Prediction Task

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A Structured Prediction Task is a prediction task with either a complex input or a complex output or both.



  • (Wikipedia, 2020) ⇒ Retrieved:2020-2-28.
    • Structured prediction or structured (output) learning is an umbrella term for supervised machine learning techniques that involves predicting structured objects, rather than scalar discrete or real values. [1]

      Similar to commonly used supervised learning techniques, structured prediction models are typically trained by means of observed data in which the true prediction value is used to adjust model parameters. Due to the complexity of the model and the interrelations of predicted variables the process of prediction using a trained model and of training itself is often computationally infeasible and approximate inference and learning methods are used.


  1. Gökhan BakIr, Ben Taskar, Thomas Hofmann, Bernhard Schölkopf, Alex Smola and SVN Vishwanathan (2007), Predicting Structured Data, MIT Press.