A Fuzzy Group Lasso-based Local Metric Fusion Algorithm with Application in Image Recognition


A Fuzzy Group Lasso-based Local Metric Fusion Algorithm with Application in Image Recognition – We address the main challenge of neural network learning: to predict the next step of a sequence. In previous work, we have proposed two strategies to deal with this problem: (1) using a deep neural network trained to predict the next step directly, and (2) learning a deep neural network to predict the first one. This paper proposes an algorithm, which aims to learn a powerful deep neural network, while providing an efficient neural network over the entire sequence. The proposed algorithm is adapted from the CSP, which is a standard state-of-the-art neural network architecture. The proposed algorithm is evaluated on a standard benchmark dataset and compared to several state-of-the-art neural network architectures. The results show that this algorithm is very effective. After training, our method generates state-of-the-art results on different datasets from different data sets. Moreover, we show that our algorithm produces state-of-the-art results on four different datasets, yielding a set of improved predictions on all datasets.

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A Fuzzy Group Lasso-based Local Metric Fusion Algorithm with Application in Image Recognition

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