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Redefining Binarization and the Visual Archetype

Sep 29, 2016
Anguelos Nicolaou, Liwicki Marcus

Although binarization is considered passe, it still remains a highly popular research topic. In this paper we propose a rethinking of what binarization is. We introduce the notion of the visual archetype as the ideal form of any one document. Binarization can be defined as the restoration of the visual archetype for a class of images. This definition broadens the scope of what binarization means but also suggests ground-truth should focus on the foreground.

* Short paper presented at the 12th IEEE workshop on Document Analysis Systems (DAS) 

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Bat Algorithm: Literature Review and Applications

Aug 18, 2013
Xin-She Yang

Bat algorithm (BA) is a bio-inspired algorithm developed by Yang in 2010 and BA has been found to be very efficient. As a result, the literature has expanded significantly in the last 3 years. This paper provides a timely review of the bat algorithm and its new variants. A wide range of diverse applications and case studies are also reviewed and summarized briefly here. Further research topics are also discussed.

* Xin-She Yang, Bat algorithm: literature review and applications, Int. J. Bio-Inspired Computation, Vol. 5, No.3, pp. 141--149 (2013) 
* 10 pages 

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Centroid-based summarization of multiple documents: sentence extraction, utility-based evaluation, and user studies

May 12, 2000
Dragomir R. Radev, Hongyan Jing, Malgorzata Budzikowska

We present a multi-document summarizer, called MEAD, which generates summaries using cluster centroids produced by a topic detection and tracking system. We also describe two new techniques, based on sentence utility and subsumption, which we have applied to the evaluation of both single and multiple document summaries. Finally, we describe two user studies that test our models of multi-document summarization.

* NAACL/ANLP Workshop on Automatic Summarization, Seattle, WA, April 30, 2000 
* 10 pages Corpus availability at http://perun.si.umich.edu/~radev/mds 

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Electric Vehicle Automatic Charging System Based on Vision-force Fusion

Oct 18, 2021
Dashun Guo, Liang Xie, Hongxiang Yu, Yue Wang, Rong Xiong

Electric vehicles are an emerging means of transportation with environmental friendliness. The automatic charging is a hot topic in this field that is full of challenges. We introduce a complete automatic charging system based on vision-force fusion, which includes perception, planning and control for robot manipulations of the system. We design the whole system in simulation and transfer it to the real world. The experimental results prove the effectiveness of our system.


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Undecidability of Underfitting in Learning Algorithms

Feb 09, 2021
Sonia Sehra, David Flores, George D. Montanez

Using recent machine learning results that present an information-theoretic perspective on underfitting and overfitting, we prove that deciding whether an encodable learning algorithm will always underfit a dataset, even if given unlimited training time, is undecidable. We discuss the importance of this result and potential topics for further research, including information-theoretic and probabilistic strategies for bounding learning algorithm fit.

* Accepted at The 2nd International Conference on Computing and Data Science (CONF-CDS 2021) 

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Rat big, cat eaten! Ideas for a useful deep-agent protolanguage

Mar 17, 2020
Marco Baroni

Deep-agent communities developing their own language-like communication protocol are a hot (or at least warm) topic in AI. Such agents could be very useful in machine-machine and human-machine interaction scenarios long before they have evolved a protocol as complex as human language. Here, I propose a small set of priorities we should focus on, if we want to get as fast as possible to a stage where deep agents speak a useful protolanguage.


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CausalML: Python Package for Causal Machine Learning

Mar 02, 2020
Huigang Chen, Totte Harinen, Jeong-Yoon Lee, Mike Yung, Zhenyu Zhao

CausalML is a Python implementation of algorithms related to causal inference and machine learning. Algorithms combining causal inference and machine learning have been a trending topic in recent years. This package tries to bridge the gap between theoretical work on methodology and practical applications by making a collection of methods in this field available in Python. This paper introduces the key concepts, scope, and use cases of this package.


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New methods for SVM feature selection

May 24, 2019
Tangui Aladjidi, François Pasqualini

Support Vector Machines have been a popular topic for quite some time now, and as they develop, a need for new methods of feature selection arises. This work presents various approaches SVM feature selection developped using new tools such as entropy measurement and K-medoid clustering. The work focuses on the use of one-class SVM's for wafer testing, with a numerical implementation in R.

* 5 pages, 2 figures 

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Test Collections for Patent-to-Patent Retrieval and Patent Map Generation in NTCIR-4 Workshop

Apr 10, 2004
Atsushi Fujii, Makoto Iwayama, Noriko Kando

This paper describes the Patent Retrieval Task in the Fourth NTCIR Workshop, and the test collections produced in this task. We perform the invalidity search task, in which each participant group searches a patent collection for the patents that can invalidate the demand in an existing claim. We also perform the automatic patent map generation task, in which the patents associated with a specific topic are organized in a multi-dimensional matrix.

* Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2004), pp.1643-1646, May. 2004. 
* 4 pages, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (to appear) 

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