Learning with a Hybrid CRT Processor


Learning with a Hybrid CRT Processor – While traditional CRT processors are designed to work with a single linear model, hybrid CRT processors provide a fully integrated model that can be generalized in any way. To overcome the problem of model selection, we suggest using a hybrid CRT model for the tasks of model selection and training. As input to the hybrid CRT model is the number of attributes, we propose a discriminative CRT model that can identify the most discriminative attributes for a CRT model, which can be used for selection. We demonstrate that the proposed CRT model can generalize well to different domains and models.

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