Peter Hase

According to our database1, Peter Hase authored at least 13 papers between 1997 and 2022.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2022
VisFIS: Visual Feature Importance Supervision with Right-for-the-Right-Reason Objectives.
CoRR, 2022

GrIPS: Gradient-free, Edit-based Instruction Search for Prompting Large Language Models.
CoRR, 2022

2021
Do Language Models Have Beliefs? Methods for Detecting, Updating, and Visualizing Model Beliefs.
CoRR, 2021

Low-Cost Algorithmic Recourse for Users With Uncertain Cost Functions.
CoRR, 2021

Search Methods for Sufficient, Socially-Aligned Feature Importance Explanations with In-Distribution Counterfactuals.
CoRR, 2021

When Can Models Learn From Explanations? A Formal Framework for Understanding the Roles of Explanation Data.
CoRR, 2021

The Out-of-Distribution Problem in Explainability and Search Methods for Feature Importance Explanations.
Proceedings of the Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 34: Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems 2021, 2021

FastIF: Scalable Influence Functions for Efficient Model Interpretation and Debugging.
Proceedings of the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, 2021

2020
Leakage-Adjusted Simulatability: Can Models Generate Non-Trivial Explanations of Their Behavior in Natural Language?
Proceedings of the Findings of the Association for Computational Linguistics: EMNLP 2020, 2020

Evaluating Explainable AI: Which Algorithmic Explanations Help Users Predict Model Behavior?
Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 2020

2019
Interpretable Image Recognition with Hierarchical Prototypes.
CoRR, 2019

2018
Shall I Compare Thee to a Machine-Written Sonnet? An Approach to Algorithmic Sonnet Generation.
CoRR, 2018

1997
An User Adaptive Navigation Metaphor to Connect and Rate the Coherence of Terms and Complex Objects.
Proceedings of the Hypertext 97, 1997


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