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Although regression is among the oldest areas of statistics, new approaches may still be found. One recent suggestion is Best Response Regression [Ben-Porat and Tennenholtz 2017], where one tries to find a regression function that provides, for as many instances as possible, a better prediction than some reference regression function. This implementation uses a new method for Best Response Regression that is based on gradient ascent rather than mixed integer programming.
Details about the theory underlying this approach can be found in: