Mixed-Membership Recursive Partitioning


Mixed-Membership Recursive Partitioning – Generative adversarial networks (GANs) have been successfully used to generate a large amount of informative data by leveraging prior learning results to optimize each latent variable. In this work, we propose a new hierarchical neural network model for supervised classification that leverages a combination of the prior- and latent-structured information in order to learn the latent weights. The new model, which can be considered as a recurrent neural network, is trained directly from the raw information in the structured data, which has a very strong correlation between the labels. We further further show that the supervised classification performance of the new model is highly dependent on its prior knowledge and we derive a learning criterion where the prior knowledge from the structured data is used to predict the label. We also show that we can accurately predict the label for a variable using our discriminative network representation of the structured data. Empirical evaluation is available demonstrating the superior performance of our new model over its state-of-the-art counterparts.

In this paper, we show how to generate highly structured shapes and their visualizations in a framework based on the convolutional neural networks (CNNs). We perform a comprehensive evaluation on both synthetic and real-world datasets on several tasks including image categorization, face verification and person re-identification. We show that convolutional CNNs can generate highly structured shapes and are more accurate than other methods trained end-to-end.

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Mixed-Membership Recursive Partitioning

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    1464,A Generalized Convex Minimization with Applications to Text Classification and Text Mining,While many recent works on unsupervised image classification have been aimed at reducing the time that human brain processes, we also show that there is a way to train an unsupervised neural network to predict how users look.


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