In this paper, we study multiple problems from sponsored product optimization in ad system, including position-based de-biasing, click-conversion multi-task learning, and calibration on predicted click-through-rate (pCTR). We propose a practical machine learning framework that provides the solutions to such problems without structural change to existing machine learning models, thus can be combined with most machine learning models including shallow models (e.g. gradient boosting decision trees, support vector machines). In this paper, we first propose data and feature engineering techniques to handle the aforementioned problems in ad system; after that, we evaluate the benefit of our practical framework on real-world data sets from our traffic logs from online shopping site. We show that our proposed practical framework with data and feature engineering can also handle the perennial problems in ad systems and bring increments to multiple evaluation metrics.
Because of the necessity to obtain high-quality images with minimal radiation doses, such as in low-field magnetic resonance imaging, super-resolution reconstruction in medical imaging has become more popular (MRI). However, due to the complexity and high aesthetic requirements of medical imaging, image super-resolution reconstruction remains a difficult challenge. In this paper, we offer a deep learning-based strategy for reconstructing medical images from low resolutions utilizing Transformer and Generative Adversarial Networks (T-GAN). The integrated system can extract more precise texture information and focus more on important locations through global image matching after successfully inserting Transformer into the generative adversarial network for picture reconstruction. Furthermore, we weighted the combination of content loss, adversarial loss, and adversarial feature loss as the final multi-task loss function during the training of our proposed model T-GAN. In comparison to established measures like PSNR and SSIM, our suggested T-GAN achieves optimal performance and recovers more texture features in super-resolution reconstruction of MRI scanned images of the knees and belly.
We propose an unsupervised deep learning based method to estimate depth from focal stack camera images. On the NYU-v2 dataset, our method achieves much better depth estimation accuracy compared to single-image based methods.