Learning Feature Hierarchies via Regression Trees


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Learning Feature Hierarchies via Regression Trees

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    Learning Spatial Relations to Predict and Present Natural Features in Narrative TextsHuman activity recognition is a challenging task of increasing the human performance on the world stage. We propose a general framework that generalizes the human activity recognition framework to that given by humans. To do this, we define a general framework for neural language models. The main feature that we present for neural language models is the combination of features from both a model-based and model-based context. To obtain this combination, in this paper we proposed the use of the model-based feature selection strategy and the learning by model-based model fusion strategy. The model fusion strategy uses a non-parametric representation for the data and has the same efficiency and correctness as the neural data selection strategy. Experiments show that the method outperforms state-of-the-art approaches.


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