Adaptive Dynamic Mode Decomposition of Multispectral Images for Depth Compensation in Unstructured Sensor Data


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Adaptive Dynamic Mode Decomposition of Multispectral Images for Depth Compensation in Unstructured Sensor Data

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    The first step towards tackling stochastic models is to model stochastic environments as a continuous time process, and to predict the future. This framework has drawn large amounts of attentions from researchers in the stochastic community. Unfortunately, the stochastic optimization literature is still largely monadic and can only handle small-time stochastic environments. We propose a novel, scalable stochastic optimization approach, where we learn stochastic models for a continuous time, and then use this continuous time model to predict the future. Our approach takes the stochastic optimization literature and the stochastic model formulation of stochastic environments and applies the stochastic learning algorithm to the stochastic model prediction task. Experiments show that our approach outperforms stochastic models with stochastic models trained on a fixed number of training samples.


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