Visual Question Generation: Which Question Types are Most Similar to What We Attack?


Visual Question Generation: Which Question Types are Most Similar to What We Attack? – In this paper, we propose a new framework for using machine learning algorithms to identify the most closely related questions and answer set from a large corpus of questions over a series of videos. This framework is very simple, yet extremely effective. The key idea is to use a deep neural network (DNN) to predict whether a question is related to a particular answer set. The DNN can learn the answer set using the response set, which is given by a model. The problem is to predict the most likely answer set of a question set, not the most likely answer set that is given by a model.

Traditional deep learning approaches usually treat the problem as a quadratic process problem (QP), and thus focus on learning the optimal algorithm by solving a quadratic optimization problem. This works well for deep neural networks, which can be easily solved efficiently and thus allow for better results as well as a better computation time. However, it requires an extremely large computation budget, which can be achieved very efficiently by quadratic methods if the problem is not very large. In this work, we propose a new method for solving QP that uses a multi-stage gradient descent algorithm, which is more efficient and takes faster algorithm times. Moreover, we also propose a novel approach for solving the problem in which the objective function is not the best choice as the algorithm is fast and it is guaranteed to converge to the optimal solution. Experimental results show that the proposed method has a promising performance compared with the existing multi-stage gradient descent algorithms.

Bayesian Models for Non-convex Low Rank Problems

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Visual Question Generation: Which Question Types are Most Similar to What We Attack?

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