Learning to rank with hidden measures


Learning to rank with hidden measures – The recently proposed feature learning method of the Gaussian process (GP) achieves much higher accuracy than the previous gradient descent based GP methods. This paper presents the first step towards a general GP methodology and shows that the GP can be efficiently applied to the MNIST data set. The GP learns a new image using a sparse matrix and a vectorial model. The first layer of GP consists of three components. The first layer is a deep convolutional neural network with a matrix representing the input and a dictionary representation of the image. The output of the generator is then sampled from the dictionary representation by a weighted linear combination of the input and the dictionary representation. The first layer of GP is trained from an initial MNIST dataset with a loss function that estimates the loss of the gradient of the generator. Then, in a two step learning method, the GP learns a new MNIST dataset in which the generator is sampled from the dictionary representation. The gradient of the generator is then calculated as a weighted sum of data and dictionary representation. The feature learning method is then applied to MNIST for its classification task.

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Learning to rank with hidden measures

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