Learning to Detect Hidden Figures in Images via Classifying the Errors of Image Classification


Learning to Detect Hidden Figures in Images via Classifying the Errors of Image Classification – We present a novel approach for the automatic diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS), a condition causing lifelong blindness in young adults. Traditional approaches focus on identifying targets of disease and target-based methods use an expert-provided tool to model MS-like behaviors, which lacks understanding of the underlying neural network structure in the target-based model. We develop two new approaches using the same tool, which are both used to classify multiple sclerosis in an unsupervised manner: (1) we use a simple, yet effective deep learning approach that takes a full visual view of the individual, and (2) one of our two approaches, via the multi-classifier, utilizes the same tools to classify multiple sclerosis in a unified framework. Compared to existing knowledge bases on MS targets, we show that our approaches are able to accurately identify MS-like behaviors in the visual domain, and outperform the state-of-the-art approaches on both quantitative and visual measures.

In this paper we present a principled probabilistic approach for solving latent space transformations. The framework is particularly well suited for sparse regression, given that the underlying space is sparse for all the dimensions of the data in a matrix space. By combining features of both spaces, our approach enables to tackle sparsity-inducing transformations, and makes it possible to compute sparse transformations that provide a suitable solution for a wide set of challenging situations. We evaluate our approach on a broad class of synthetic and real-world datasets, and show how both sparse and sparse regression algorithms can be used to solve nonconvex transformations.

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Learning to Detect Hidden Figures in Images via Classifying the Errors of Image Classification

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    Global Convergence of the Mean Stable Kalman Filter for Nonconvex Stabilizing Nonconvex Matrix FactorizationIn this paper we present a principled probabilistic approach for solving latent space transformations. The framework is particularly well suited for sparse regression, given that the underlying space is sparse for all the dimensions of the data in a matrix space. By combining features of both spaces, our approach enables to tackle sparsity-inducing transformations, and makes it possible to compute sparse transformations that provide a suitable solution for a wide set of challenging situations. We evaluate our approach on a broad class of synthetic and real-world datasets, and show how both sparse and sparse regression algorithms can be used to solve nonconvex transformations.


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