An efficient framework for fuzzy classifiers


An efficient framework for fuzzy classifiers – We propose a robust approach for fuzzy classifiers with a limited number of instances that learns to reason about (i.e. the classifiers). The proposed approach consists of three steps. First, we consider each instance separately and make the optimal decision for each instance. Second, we consider the probability of each instance to be a fuzzy probability vector, and perform a Bayesian search to identify the most informative fuzzy classifier. Finally, we perform two Bayesian optimization steps, one for each instance. The final optimization step is designed so that the decision is not made when the most informative fuzzy classifier does not exist.

In this article, an important question that concerns how to use word-level representations in machine translation is considered. The task is to discover the best sentence that can encode a given word for each word in the language’s context. Given a sentence and a set of sentences, a word-level representation has two functions. A word encoder is learned to encode the word’s meaning in the context. A word-level encoder is inferred to encode the sentence in the context. In the case of word-level models, a word-level encoding is also learned to produce the sentence in the context. This knowledge is used as a prior for subsequent inference, so that new words of the given sentence can be learned. The proposed model is evaluated using English-Urdu translation and a French-Urdu translation. The experiments show that the model can reach a better result with fewer parameters.

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An efficient framework for fuzzy classifiers

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    A Deep Learning Approach to Extracting Plausible Explanations From Chinese Handwriting TextsIn this article, an important question that concerns how to use word-level representations in machine translation is considered. The task is to discover the best sentence that can encode a given word for each word in the language’s context. Given a sentence and a set of sentences, a word-level representation has two functions. A word encoder is learned to encode the word’s meaning in the context. A word-level encoder is inferred to encode the sentence in the context. In the case of word-level models, a word-level encoding is also learned to produce the sentence in the context. This knowledge is used as a prior for subsequent inference, so that new words of the given sentence can be learned. The proposed model is evaluated using English-Urdu translation and a French-Urdu translation. The experiments show that the model can reach a better result with fewer parameters.


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