Learning Spatial-Temporal Features with Dense Neural Networks


Learning Spatial-Temporal Features with Dense Neural Networks – We present a novel class of deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) based on a deep-learning (DL) scheme. The DL schemes have the objective of learning discriminative representations of objects and their temporal dependencies for predicting the object and the semantic context within the object. However, DL schemes have been shown to be more discriminative for objects with a large number of objects and very few semantic dependencies. We demonstrate that these CNNs produce discriminative representations of objects and semantic contexts with higher accuracy than state-of-the-art CNNs and provide a new dataset to study the relationship between both tasks. We report our findings on two large datasets, MNIST and COCO. To our knowledge this is the first dataset that contains such a feature extraction problem.

The problem of quantification of uncertainty that has been considered in many fields such as prediction, prediction, and machine learning, has recently received much attention. Although some work focused on uncertainty quantification as a convex optimization problem, others focus on quantification of uncertainty as a multivariate regression problem, and have been shown to be NP-hard. In this paper we provide two theoretical results on the problem of quantification of uncertainty that is NP-hard. The first leads to the unification of the quantification of uncertainty problem into two univariate optimization problems: one where the output of the regression algorithm is a continuous point-dependent probability distribution, and the other where the output of the regression algorithm is an undirected graphical model. We demonstrate both the benefits and limitations of the two optimization problems in a unified framework and propose an effective framework for quantifying uncertainty for multivariate regression.

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