Learning Hyper Label Model for Programmatic Weak SupervisionDownload PDF

Published: 01 Feb 2023, 19:21, Last Modified: 18 Feb 2023, 18:51ICLR 2023 posterReaders: Everyone
Keywords: Programmatic Weak Supervision, Data Programming, Label Model
TL;DR: A hyper label model to aggregate weak labels from multiple weak supervision sources to infer the ground-truth labels in a single forward pass
Abstract: To reduce the human annotation efforts, the programmatic weak supervision (PWS) paradigm abstracts weak supervision sources as labeling functions (LFs) and involves a label model to aggregate the output of multiple LFs to produce training labels. Most existing label models require a parameter learning step for each dataset. In this work, we present a hyper label model that (once learned) infers the ground-truth labels for each dataset in a single forward pass without dataset-specific parameter learning. The hyper label model approximates an optimal analytical (yet computationally intractable) solution of the ground-truth labels. We train the model on synthetic data generated in the way that ensures the model approximates the analytical optimal solution, and build the model upon Graph Neural Network (GNN) to ensure the model prediction being invariant (or equivariant) to the permutation of LFs (or data points). On 14 real-world datasets, our hyper label model outperforms the best existing methods in both accuracy (by 1.4 points on average) and efficiency (by six times on average). Our code is available at https://github.com/wurenzhi/hyper_label_model
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