Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2205.10697

Sept. 19, 2022, 1:12 a.m. | Alejandro Schuler, Mark van der Laan

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Machine learning regression methods allow estimation of functions without
unrealistic parametric assumptions. Although they can perform exceptionally in
prediction error, most lack theoretical convergence rates necessary for
semi-parametric efficient estimation (e.g. TMLE, AIPW) of parameters like
average treatment effects. The Highly Adaptive Lasso (HAL) is the only
regression method proven to converge quickly enough for a meaningfully large
class of functions, independent of the dimensionality of the predictors.
Unfortunately, HAL is not computationally scalable. In this paper we build upon …

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