A Survey of Deep Learning Theory and Applications – This paper presents a new approach to the problem of learning to predict the future, in order to generate predictions in a flexible setting, i.e. in order to improve the accuracy of prediction algorithms from predicting the future to predicting the future itself. In this research note we consider a particular case in which the underlying knowledge is assumed to be a collection of variables and a set of their functions. We show that the knowledge is used for future prediction by a simple and efficient algorithm, with a new computational method called Learning a new predictor-propagator in the literature. This algorithm is then further modified to calculate the importance of the predictor-propagator and estimate the expected value of the predictor by a statistical process called Learning an unknown predictor-propagator (Wu-Pag^). We demonstrate the usefulness of this algorithm on a variety of real-world datasets, where training is performed by choosing the predictors instead of using the predictive variables.

In this paper, we propose the concept of convolutional networks to automatically classify images. In general, we focus on the classification of images that contain the missing information for image classification, and then apply convolutional networks for learning the missing information to obtain better classification results. Our experiments show that training a convolutional network with training data from a single image and an ensemble of convolutional inputs outperforms the training network only with the same number of parameters. Additionally, we propose a novel method to learn the feature representations associated with the two images, which has an efficient model for the classification of missing image.

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# A Survey of Deep Learning Theory and Applications

Efficient Convolutional Neural Network ClassifierIn this paper, we propose the concept of convolutional networks to automatically classify images. In general, we focus on the classification of images that contain the missing information for image classification, and then apply convolutional networks for learning the missing information to obtain better classification results. Our experiments show that training a convolutional network with training data from a single image and an ensemble of convolutional inputs outperforms the training network only with the same number of parameters. Additionally, we propose a novel method to learn the feature representations associated with the two images, which has an efficient model for the classification of missing image.