Multivariate Student’s Test for Interventional Error


Multivariate Student’s Test for Interventional Error – We develop a new method for predicting the performance of a deep neural network (DNN) trained on image classification over supervised learning. We first show that the prediction of the performance of a DNN using our method is indeed a good match for the problem. Then, we demonstrate the strength of our method, by testing on several commonly-used models including Deep CNN and ConvNets. Our results show that the proposed algorithm is very strong — we can predict the performance of over 70 CNN models.

The main contributions of this study are two-fold. First, we propose a novel framework for multi-attribute classification of high-dimensional vectors with several attributes, where the number of attributes is fixed in the model parameters. Second, we propose to use a novel loss function to reduce the dimensionality of these models. This loss is derived by maximizing the Euclidean distance between the two attribute vectors which can reduce the number of model parameters. To improve training, the proposed model is evaluated to predict the predicted labels and the predicted attributes. Results on synthetic data and real datasets demonstrate that our approach outperforms the state-of-the-art multi- attribute classification methods.

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Multivariate Student’s Test for Interventional Error

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