Deep Convolutional Auto-Encoder: Learning Unsophisticated Image Generators from Noisy Labels


Deep Convolutional Auto-Encoder: Learning Unsophisticated Image Generators from Noisy Labels – We present a new and important technique for image denoising. Specifically, we employ the Convolutional Neural Network to learn to extract image labels from the input data. In order to generate a label to extract the labeling from the input image vector, an algorithm is implemented using a deep convolutional neural network. We perform experiments on the standard datasets of MNIST, SUN, and CIFAR-10. We show that the proposed method significantly outperforms the state-of-the-art methods for denoising performance in all datasets.

We propose a new approach for supervised clustering, where a cluster of nodes is sampled from a random distribution, and a low probability distribution is modeled. The low probability distribution is the subset of the sample which contains all nodes that are sampled from the distribution. An efficient low-rank projection procedure is proposed for this problem. In particular, the projection is formulated as a sub-weight function for the high-dimensional feature representation, which is then used to construct a sparse projection. We first show that the sparse projection is a regularizer for this problem, which, in turn, allows to automatically handle outliers. Second, we show how we can use high-dimensional features represented by such sparse projections to estimate high-dimensional features corresponding to high-dimensional data. Third, we show some practical applications using our approach. We report the proposed process and some results of the implementation of the method for clustering patients with diabetes.

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Deep Convolutional Auto-Encoder: Learning Unsophisticated Image Generators from Noisy Labels

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  • Towards Effective Deep-Learning Datasets for Autonomous Problem Solving

    A Novel Low-Rank Minimization Approach For Clustering Large-Scale Health Data Using A Novel Kernel Ridge Regression ModelWe propose a new approach for supervised clustering, where a cluster of nodes is sampled from a random distribution, and a low probability distribution is modeled. The low probability distribution is the subset of the sample which contains all nodes that are sampled from the distribution. An efficient low-rank projection procedure is proposed for this problem. In particular, the projection is formulated as a sub-weight function for the high-dimensional feature representation, which is then used to construct a sparse projection. We first show that the sparse projection is a regularizer for this problem, which, in turn, allows to automatically handle outliers. Second, we show how we can use high-dimensional features represented by such sparse projections to estimate high-dimensional features corresponding to high-dimensional data. Third, we show some practical applications using our approach. We report the proposed process and some results of the implementation of the method for clustering patients with diabetes.


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