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Chainer implementation of non-negative PU learning and unbiased PU learning

This is a reproducing code for non-negative PU learning [1] and unbiased PU learning [2] in the paper "Positive-Unlabeled Learning with Non-Negative Risk Estimator".

  • pu_loss.py has a chainer implementation of the risk estimator for non-negative PU (nnPU) learning and unbiased PU (uPU) learning.
  • train.py is an example code of nnPU learning and uPU learning. Dataset are MNIST [3] preprocessed in such a way that even digits form the P class and odd digits form the N class and CIFAR10 [4] preprocessed in such a way that artifacts form the P class and living things form the N class. The default setting is 100 P data and 59900 U data of MNIST, and the class prior is the ratio of P class data in U data.

Requirements

  • Python == 3.7
  • Numpy == 1.16
  • Chainer == 6.4
  • Scikit-learn == 0.21
  • Matplotlib == 3.0

Quick start

You can run an example code of MNIST for comparing the performance of nnPU learning and uPU learning on GPU.

python3 train.py -g 0

There are also preset configurations for reproducing results on [1].

  • --preset figure1: The setting of Figure 1
  • --preset exp-mnist: The setting of MNIST experiment in Experiment
  • --preset exp-cifar: The setting of CIFAR10 experiment in Experiment

You can see additional information by adding --help.

Example result

After running training_mnist.py, 2 figures and 1 log file are made in result/ by default. The errors are measured by zero-one loss.

  • Training error in result/training_error.png

training error

  • Test error in result/test_error.png

test error

Reference

[1] Ryuichi Kiryo, Gang Niu, Marthinus Christoffel du Plessis, and Masashi Sugiyama. "Positive-Unlabeled Learning with Non-Negative Risk Estimator." Advances in neural information processing systems. 2017.

[2] Marthinus Christoffel du Plessis, Gang Niu, and Masashi Sugiyama. "Convex formulation for learning from positive and unlabeled data." Proceedings of The 32nd International Conference on Machine Learning. 2015.

[3] LeCun, Yann. "The MNIST database of handwritten digits." http://yann.lecun.com/exdb/mnist/ (1998).

[4] Krizhevsky, Alex, and Geoffrey Hinton. "Learning multiple layers of features from tiny images." (2009).


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