Towards Knowledge Discovery from Social Information


Towards Knowledge Discovery from Social Information – This paper tackles the problem of extracting high-level information by studying the interactions of human actions. Our goal is to find interactions where human action interactions lead to benefits and disadvantages. While a general strategy is usually used to solve this task, there are still many problems and challenges with such a strategy. In this paper, a novel system is presented: a joint learning algorithm for learning and predicting the joint benefits and disadvantages of actions. The joint learning algorithm employs an information theoretic constraint which assigns the task to one given the rewards and the rewards of actions in the reward space. We show that the joint learning algorithm can be used as a general framework for learning the interactions of human actions in social networks. The joint learning algorithm is evaluated on several datasets and shows that its joint learning algorithm is significantly more successful than the other joint learning algorithms.

We present a novel method for learning feature vectors (also called features vector learning) as a unified framework for supervised machine learning. By exploiting deep neural networks’ ability to represent nonlinear transformations that have been known since the development of deep learning algorithms, our method allows supervised learning to be applied to a wider range of data. Specifically, the proposed framework, called DeepNets, is trained on multi-scale image classification datasets and is trained to learn a semantic representation for the data. Our method is capable of learning a large number of features from a single, labeled image to enable supervised learning of large-scale features in the long term. Extensive experiments on real-world datasets demonstrate that, on a wide variety of datasets, our method is able to achieve better performance on all datasets, outperforming the state-of-the-art models across a wide range of datasets.

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Towards Knowledge Discovery from Social Information

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    Deep learning in the wild: a computational perspectiveWe present a novel method for learning feature vectors (also called features vector learning) as a unified framework for supervised machine learning. By exploiting deep neural networks’ ability to represent nonlinear transformations that have been known since the development of deep learning algorithms, our method allows supervised learning to be applied to a wider range of data. Specifically, the proposed framework, called DeepNets, is trained on multi-scale image classification datasets and is trained to learn a semantic representation for the data. Our method is capable of learning a large number of features from a single, labeled image to enable supervised learning of large-scale features in the long term. Extensive experiments on real-world datasets demonstrate that, on a wide variety of datasets, our method is able to achieve better performance on all datasets, outperforming the state-of-the-art models across a wide range of datasets.


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