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  • Toward Distributed and Human-level Reinforcement Learning for Task-Sensitive Learning

    Toward Distributed and Human-level Reinforcement Learning for Task-Sensitive Learning – We propose a method for extracting features from visual images that has been well studied in visual and natural language processing. Our method is based on the convolutional neural network (CNN) and discriminative feature descriptors, both of which are a prerequisite for obtaining reliable and […]

  • Learning to Explore Indoor Regions with Multi-View Sensors and Deep Belief Networks

    Learning to Explore Indoor Regions with Multi-View Sensors and Deep Belief Networks – We present an integrated framework for data analytics that leverages deep learning for learning. Deep learning is very important due to its ability to capture the data from unseen sources, while the training sets are learned from an unseen training set. While […]

  • Multi-step Learning of Temporal Point Processes in 3D Models

    Multi-step Learning of Temporal Point Processes in 3D Models – We present a novel multi-step temporal prediction method for object detection using deep neural networks (DNNs). Our method uses the two steps of detection and learning and has two different methods of learning the state representation for each step. The first method uses the discriminant […]

  • On the role of evolutionary processes in the evolution of language

    On the role of evolutionary processes in the evolution of language – The emergence of online communication is crucial in modern society. There are many aspects of the way people communicate, such as communication among friends and acquaintances. The current generation of communication technologies is evolving in two dimensions: the time to meet, and the […]

  • Learning Linear Classifiers by Minimizing Minimax Rate

    Learning Linear Classifiers by Minimizing Minimax Rate – We show how to extract structure from multi-level classification matrices, leveraging the fact that they are typically computed by combining various latent states to the model. We demonstrate how to integrate these structures into a single non-linear model which can be used to compute both the underlying […]

  • A Comparative Study of CNN and LSTM for Cardiac Segmentation

    A Comparative Study of CNN and LSTM for Cardiac Segmentation – Neural Machine Translation (NMT) is a system that enables users to learn and understand the language of other humans. NMT aims to extract meaningful information from their input, which is often not only the task of natural language analysis, but also of language processing […]

  • Identify and interpret the significance of differences

    Identify and interpret the significance of differences – We apply the machine learning techniques to solve the largest classification problem of the year on the UCI Computer Vision Challenge, with the goal of predicting object poses in videos captured by a computer user in the video. In this paper, we study the problem of recognizing […]

  • View-Hosting: Streaming views on a single screen

    View-Hosting: Streaming views on a single screen – Scene localization is a key component of many applications, including computer vision and image retrieval, as the goal is to identify a scene from a set of available view-aware sensors. In this work, we propose an iterative algorithm for scene localization under various camera viewpoint parameters. The […]

  • Multi-Task Stochastic Learning of Deep Neural Networks with Invertible Feedback

    Multi-Task Stochastic Learning of Deep Neural Networks with Invertible Feedback – In this paper, we propose two new models of sparse Gaussian multi-agent (MAP) model, namely, Multiple-agent Mixed and Multi-Agent Multi-Agent (MMA) models. MMA models are multi-agent multi-agent network models, which are based on one agent for training and a novel mechanism for learning the […]

  • Scalable Kernel-Leibler Cosine Similarity Path

    Scalable Kernel-Leibler Cosine Similarity Path – We present an optimization problem in machine learning with the goal of understanding the distribution of the data observed, in order to efficiently search through the data in such a way as to learn a better representation of the data. Our main contribution is to propose a two-stage and […]