Toward Optimal Learning of Latent-Variable Models


Toward Optimal Learning of Latent-Variable Models – In this paper, we propose a novel method of variational inference for Gaussian model using non-negative matrix factorization in lieu of non-Gaussian model. The method allows efficient and robust inference for non-Gaussian models. It is fully guaranteed to obtain good models that provide reliable predictions. We also show that our approach is efficient in general and achieves comparable performance to the previous work on Gaussian models using a non-Gaussian model.

Deep object detectors often provide a large amount of useful contextual information in order to improve classification accuracy. However, they are also prone to overfitting. Recent work on deep-dense recurrent neural network (CNN) has achieved a significant improvement in classification accuracy. However, CNNs can suffer from overfitting at a crucial level. In order to address this issue, we propose a novel framework to learn features from deep CNNs. Specifically, CNNs learn models for object categories, i.e. those with multiple classifiers. They are capable of incorporating contextual information and making predictions from the CNN’s features, so that the classification accuracy of the CNN is directly dependent on the semantic information provided by the object categories. In our work, we propose a simple and efficient learning procedure to learn object categories, in order to improve classification accuracy on CNNs trained on object categories. The proposed approach shows promising performance compared to other deep CNNs and a state-of-the-art CNN. We will evaluate this approach, and illustrate it in various applications.

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