Towards Scalable Deep Learning of Personal Identifications


Towards Scalable Deep Learning of Personal Identifications – We are interested in discovering the neural patterns of personal identifiers used in the natural language processing (NLP) tasks and in the search results presented on the WikiNLP database. This is an important task in our research for several reasons: (1) the data is large, and (2) the NLP tasks are difficult to be done in a systematic way, in a time consuming manner, because of the time and difficulty. We conducted the analysis that is more accurate than the previous ones, by performing a series of experiments: (1) a multi-task learning task for identifying the personal identifier (NID) and (2), which is performed using two real-world applications. (2) a multi-class recognition task for the category of human identification (HIDA), which is performed with both external and internal recognition using two machine learning applications. (3) a semi-supervised classification task for the category of human idempotency. The goal of this research is to identify the common pattern of personal identifier used in natural language processing that is represented by the personal identifier in an online fashion.

We propose a new neural network-based representation for word embedding. The proposed model, called the deep embedding-learning network (DenseNet), is trained on a corpus of English words to learn a feature that is similar to a word embedding, but is less discriminative compared to the state-of-the-art neural architectures. Unlike the existing neural network representations, we propose an embedding model using a non-convex transformation. In addition, we propose a novel neural network architecture, based on a linear family of recurrent layers. In real-world application scenarios where words are learned with large amounts of data, such as text mining, the proposed DenseNet-RNN is a particularly powerful approach for learning word embeddings. Experimental results on a new dataset of text from the New York Times have demonstrated that the proposed DenseNet-RNN achieves state-of-the-art success rates on word embeddings.

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