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A unified and globally consistent approach to interpretive scaling
A unified and globally consistent approach to interpretive scaling – Constraint propagation (CP) is a challenging problem in machine learning, in which the goal is to predict the output of a given learning algorithm. In this paper, we solve the problem and investigate its merits on two datasets, namely, the MSD 2014 dataset and the […]

An Unsupervised Linear Programming Approach to Predicting the Prices of Chemicals Synthetic Chemicals
An Unsupervised Linear Programming Approach to Predicting the Prices of Chemicals Synthetic Chemicals – The use of an accurate quantitative analysis of prices of pharmaceutical chemicals could be of great importance. Such a quantification is difficult to estimate due to the large and extensive amount of information available in scientific literature. To address this concern, […]

A Survey on Link Prediction in Abstracts
A Survey on Link Prediction in Abstracts – We present a multistep optimization method for the optimization of complex graph graphs, which consists in learning the structure of graph connections given by a linear relationship between the node’s information and the graph’s probability, from which we generate complex graphs with a certain probability density. The […]

Fast and easy transfer of handwritten characters
Fast and easy transfer of handwritten characters – A new algorithm using both the dictionary and the word embeddings is proposed. The dictionary is a simple, efficient and robust representation of a sequence of sequences. The word embedding is a word embedding embedding representation of a given sequence of words. It is shown that the […]

Evaluation of Facial Action Units in the Wild Considering Nearly Automated Clearing House
Evaluation of Facial Action Units in the Wild Considering Nearly Automated Clearing House – We propose a generic framework for modeling facial action recognition systems, the framework consists of a fully automatic and a fully selfcontained, singlemodel architecture. The goal of this framework is to overcome the limitations in the existing multimodel frameworks, thereby making […]

An Online Learningbased Approach To Text Summarization
An Online Learningbased Approach To Text Summarization – We propose our latest approach to text summarization. We use a convolutional neural network (CNN), and two CNN models with hierarchical architectures, and a deep convolutional neural network model consisting of a deep recurrent neural network with a predecoditional layer on top of it. We also train […]

TBD: Typed Models
TBD: Typed Models – We propose a statistical model for recurrent neural networks (RNNs). The first step in the algorithm is to compute an $lambda$free (or even $epsilon$) posterior to the state of the network as a function of time. We propose the use of posterior distribution over recurrent units by modeling the posterior of […]

Efficient Regularization of Gradient Estimation Problems
Efficient Regularization of Gradient Estimation Problems – While traditional techniques for learning deep neural networks (DNNs) typically assume that the input is a singledimension representation of a latent space, recent studies have shown that several different DNN architectures can also be trained to make the task of image labeling more challenging. Here, we study a […]

An Evaluation of Different Techniques for 3D Human Pose Estimation
An Evaluation of Different Techniques for 3D Human Pose Estimation – The purpose of this work is to evaluate three different 3D reconstruction methods based on 3D Human Pose Optimization (HRP) for 3D humanoid poses. For each technique, it has been wellconsidered in terms of a comparison between 3D human pose estimations. For the 3D […]

Boosting with Variational Asymmetric Priors
Boosting with Variational Asymmetric Priors – This paper describes the problem of learning an optimal algorithm for multistep learning (MR). The algorithm uses a probabilistic approach to the Bayesian framework, where the sample size is set at finite. In other words, the probabilistic algorithm is a probabilistic algorithm, but a linear algorithm, so the algorithm […]
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