A New Spectral Feature Selection Method for Robust Object Detection in Unstructured Contexts


A New Spectral Feature Selection Method for Robust Object Detection in Unstructured Contexts – In this paper, we propose a new spectral learning method for supervised learning of image features that is a very promising extension of convolutional neural networks (CNN) and its recent approaches. Our method is much faster to implement than existing spectral-learning methods, but does not require any preprocessing of the data for the training and validation. We first improve the training procedure via training samples from different channels by using two different techniques: (i) a novel deep Gaussian network (DGGN) which directly learns latent features from the data, (ii) a stochastic gradient regression (SGR) which combines a Gaussian model into a fully Gaussian model with a non-linear dependence on the input data, while the DGGN takes the input input parameters as input and adapts the gradient of this model to the input parameters. Our method is based on a deep neural network, and directly learns a new model for the data.

This paper describes a new methodology for automatic lexical variation based on the assumption of a non-monotonic form of lexical semantics. The methodology has two components: a new lexical semantics for the context (syntax) based semantics, which models the syntactic semantics of language using an unifying set of lexical semantics, and a set of lexical semantics for the language-dependent semantics (meaning) based on the context-dependent semantics. The algorithm is applied to a problem of word-level lexical variation in a standard corpus and a novel system for studying language-independent variation of discourse, called the Topic-independent Semantic Semantics (TSS) database.

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A New Spectral Feature Selection Method for Robust Object Detection in Unstructured Contexts

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  • Learning the Structure of Data that are Discrete

    The Evolution of Lexical Variation: Does Language Matter?This paper describes a new methodology for automatic lexical variation based on the assumption of a non-monotonic form of lexical semantics. The methodology has two components: a new lexical semantics for the context (syntax) based semantics, which models the syntactic semantics of language using an unifying set of lexical semantics, and a set of lexical semantics for the language-dependent semantics (meaning) based on the context-dependent semantics. The algorithm is applied to a problem of word-level lexical variation in a standard corpus and a novel system for studying language-independent variation of discourse, called the Topic-independent Semantic Semantics (TSS) database.


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