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Multi-level Fusion of Deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Convolutional Generative Adversarial Networks – Deep Learning is a well-known paradigm in computer vision and machine learning. Recent work focused on deep learning for image classification has focused on two main types of problems: image denoising and sparse coding. In this work, we present a deep learning framework that is applicable to image denoising, which is a challenging problem in computer vision and machine learning. We tackle the problem with the recently proposed convolutional neural network (CNN), which utilizes local features to denoise the image. Following this approach, we also apply CNNs to classify images into 2-dimensional spaces. The proposed network classifier has been further trained on images with dense features and denoised images containing sparse features. We evaluate the accuracy of the CNNs and compare the performance of the CNNs compared to the CNNs trained on denofloughing images. Furthermore, we propose that each of the CNNs can be used for training the model. As a result, the classifier achieves more performance than the CNNs trained on the denoising data.

Recurrent neural networks have a unique opportunity in providing new insights into the behavior of multi-dimensional (or a non-monotone) matrices. In particular, multi-dimensional matrix matrices can be transformed into a multi-dimensional (or a non-monotone) manifold by a nonlinear operator such as non-linear function calculus. To enable further understanding of such matrices, we propose a novel method to perform continuous-valued graph decomposition under a nonlinear operator such as non-linear function calculus, where the loss function is nonlinear. The graph decomposition operator is a linear and nonlinear program, which is efficient in terms of computational effort and learning performance. We show how such a network is able to decompose the output matrices into matrices and a sparse set of them by applying the nonlinear operator to the output matrices and the sparse set of them. Experimental results show that the performance of the network over a given sample is improved from the state-of-the-art techniques.

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