A Unified Approach to Evaluating the Fitness of Classifiers


A Unified Approach to Evaluating the Fitness of Classifiers – A large body of research shows how to optimize training and testing of classification models. The aim of this work is to improve the performance of state-of-the-art classification models. Two approaches were proposed for the purpose of the research: one that uses a reinforcement learning-based model, and another one that uses a Bayesian model in a two-dimensional space. In the second approach, we are interested in learning and training a Bayesian classifier using multiple-parameter Bayesian network training. Our objectives are twofold: (1) To reduce the computational time while training a learning model, and (2) To learn a Bayesian model with a very large weight. We present a method for this purpose in the framework of two-parameter Bayesian network training. We also propose a method to learn Bayes’ density-weighted representation of the Bayes’ model.

In this paper, we develop a novel approach for detecting a high-level visual representation of an image by combining the features extracted from the input image. Given enough examples from the literature, we are able to extract high-level information, such as objects, scene characteristics, and pose. We propose a novel deep learning framework that is capable of handling the above phenomena. We first show that our proposed method is able to learn an important feature which is commonly captured in human visual attention tasks, and then further show how it can be used to identify a low-level visual representation. The proposed method is based on the fact that the pose and object features are extracted from different points in images and we provide a novel visual representation for these features. The proposed method is easily implemented by hand using the recent advances in deep Convolutional Neural Networks. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method makes a significant improvement in recognition accuracy over conventional methods, by a significant margin.

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A Unified Approach to Evaluating the Fitness of Classifiers

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    Learning the Structure and Parameters of Deep Convolutional Neural Networks for Answering Many Common Visual QuestionsIn this paper, we develop a novel approach for detecting a high-level visual representation of an image by combining the features extracted from the input image. Given enough examples from the literature, we are able to extract high-level information, such as objects, scene characteristics, and pose. We propose a novel deep learning framework that is capable of handling the above phenomena. We first show that our proposed method is able to learn an important feature which is commonly captured in human visual attention tasks, and then further show how it can be used to identify a low-level visual representation. The proposed method is based on the fact that the pose and object features are extracted from different points in images and we provide a novel visual representation for these features. The proposed method is easily implemented by hand using the recent advances in deep Convolutional Neural Networks. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method makes a significant improvement in recognition accuracy over conventional methods, by a significant margin.


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