A Neural Network Model of Geometric Retrieval in Computer Vision Applications


A Neural Network Model of Geometric Retrieval in Computer Vision Applications – This paper presents a novel framework for supervised learning in complex data. This framework applies a deep convolutional neural network architecture (DNN) to learn a set of latent patterns for predicting the variables of interest in terms of both the spatial and temporal scales. The framework leverages on recent innovations in deep reinforcement learning, to enable more flexible and scalable models for supervised learning. Our method consists of three steps. First, a deep convolutional network architecture is trained with the first step to predict the variables of interest, then, a DNN-based model is trained and compared with the corresponding model. Finally, an initial deep neural network model is used to represent information with respect to the variables of interest with an additional layer in a network that has the capacity to perform inference on the data of interest. Experimental results show that our method achieves competitive or better performance than existing state-of-the-art supervised learning methods for predicting variables of interest.

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A Neural Network Model of Geometric Retrieval in Computer Vision Applications

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