Detecting Atrous Sentinels with Low-Rank Principal Components


Detecting Atrous Sentinels with Low-Rank Principal Components – We propose a framework for predicting a hidden state representation from a source sequence of input signals, known as the high-dimensional neural networks (HTNs). Our approach is based on a two-step learning procedure: first, we propose a two-stage CNN architecture, called Dynamic Embedding CNN (DETs), that enables us to learn representations of the input sequence in a non-convex and non-Gaussian manner. We then, by using a convolutional network, learn to embed information in the hidden state representation and embed the target state space into a shared representation. The learning procedure is a multi-level CNN, with the output being a deep representation of the input sequence. Our method has been evaluated on a number of datasets that are used for classification and segmentation. The network’s outputs show good performances compared with state-of-the-art CNN models.

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Detecting Atrous Sentinels with Low-Rank Principal Components

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