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Bayesian Poisson Tucker Decomposition for Learning the Structure of International Relations

Jun 06, 2016
Aaron Schein, Mingyuan Zhou, David M. Blei, Hanna Wallach

We introduce Bayesian Poisson Tucker decomposition (BPTD) for modeling country--country interaction event data. These data consist of interaction events of the form "country $i$ took action $a$ toward country $j$ at time $t$." BPTD discovers overlapping country--community memberships, including the number of latent communities. In addition, it discovers directed community--community interaction networks that are specific to "topics" of action types and temporal "regimes." We show that BPTD yields an efficient MCMC inference algorithm and achieves better predictive performance than related models. We also demonstrate that it discovers interpretable latent structure that agrees with our knowledge of international relations.

* To appear in Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2016) 

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An Ontology Construction Approach for the Domain Of Poultry Science Using Protege

Feb 21, 2013
P. Kalaivani, A. Anandaraj, K. Raja

The information retrieval systems that are present nowadays are mainly based on full text matching of keywords or topic based classification. This matching of keywords often returns a large number of irrelevant information and this does not meet the users query requirement. In order to solve this problem and to enhance the search using semantic environment, a technique named ontology is implemented for the field of poultry in this paper. Ontology is an emerging technique in the current field of research in semantic environment. This paper constructs ontology using the tool named Protege version 4.0 and this also generates Resource Description Framework schema and XML scripts for using poultry ontology in web.

* International Journal of Information Technology and Management Sciences / Volume 1, Issue 2, 2011, ISSN:2231-6752 
* arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1302.5215 

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Enough is Enough: Towards Autonomous Uncertainty-driven Stopping Criteria

Apr 22, 2022
Julio A. Placed, José A. Castellanos

Autonomous robotic exploration has long attracted the attention of the robotics community and is a topic of high relevance. Deploying such systems in the real world, however, is still far from being a reality. In part, it can be attributed to the fact that most research is directed towards improving existing algorithms and testing novel formulations in simulation environments rather than addressing practical issues of real-world scenarios. This is the case of the fundamental problem of autonomously deciding when exploration has to be terminated or changed (stopping criteria), which has not received any attention recently. In this paper, we discuss the importance of using appropriate stopping criteria and analyse the behaviour of a novel criterion based on the evolution of optimality criteria in active graph-SLAM.

* 11th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles 

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EmotionNAS: Two-stream Architecture Search for Speech Emotion Recognition

Mar 25, 2022
Haiyang Sun, Zheng Lian, Bin Liu, Ying Li, Licai Sun, Cong Cai, Jianhua Tao, Meng Wang, Yuan Cheng

Speech emotion recognition (SER) is a crucial research topic in human-computer interactions. Existing works are mainly based on manually designed models. Despite their great success, these methods heavily rely on historical experience, which are time-consuming but cannot exhaust all possible structures. To address this problem, we propose a neural architecture search (NAS) based framework for SER, called "EmotionNAS". We take spectrogram and wav2vec features as the inputs, followed with NAS to optimize the network structure for these features separately. We further incorporate complementary information in these features through decision-level fusion. Experimental results on IEMOCAP demonstrate that our method succeeds over existing state-of-the-art strategies on SER.

* Submitted to Interspeech 2022 

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Quoka Atlas of Scholarly Knowledge Production: An Interactive Sensemaking Tool for Exploring the Outputs of Research Institutions

Sep 16, 2021
Benjamin Adams, Richard Hosking

The vast amount of research produced at institutions world-wide is extremely diverse, and coarse-grained quantitative measures of impact often obscure the individual contributions of these institutions to specific research fields and topics. We show that by applying an information retrieval model to index research articles which are faceted by institution and time, we can develop tools to rank institutions given a keyword query. We present an interactive atlas, Quoka, designed to enable a user to explore these rankings contextually by geography and over time. Through a set of use cases we demonstrate that the atlas can be used to perform sensemaking tasks to learn and collect information about the relationships between institutions and scholarly knowledge production.

* 10 pages, 5 figures 

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Quantum Neural Networks: Concepts, Applications, and Challenges

Aug 02, 2021
Yunseok Kwak, Won Joon Yun, Soyi Jung, Joongheon Kim

Quantum deep learning is a research field for the use of quantum computing techniques for training deep neural networks. The research topics and directions of deep learning and quantum computing have been separated for long time, however by discovering that quantum circuits can act like artificial neural networks, quantum deep learning research is widely adopted. This paper explains the backgrounds and basic principles of quantum deep learning and also introduces major achievements. After that, this paper discusses the challenges of quantum deep learning research in multiple perspectives. Lastly, this paper presents various future research directions and application fields of quantum deep learning.


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One-Class Classification: A Survey

Jan 08, 2021
Pramuditha Perera, Poojan Oza, Vishal M. Patel

One-Class Classification (OCC) is a special case of multi-class classification, where data observed during training is from a single positive class. The goal of OCC is to learn a representation and/or a classifier that enables recognition of positively labeled queries during inference. This topic has received considerable amount of interest in the computer vision, machine learning and biometrics communities in recent years. In this article, we provide a survey of classical statistical and recent deep learning-based OCC methods for visual recognition. We discuss the merits and drawbacks of existing OCC approaches and identify promising avenues for research in this field. In addition, we present a discussion of commonly used datasets and evaluation metrics for OCC.


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Exploiting Syntactic Structure for Better Language Modeling: A Syntactic Distance Approach

May 12, 2020
Wenyu Du, Zhouhan Lin, Yikang Shen, Timothy J. O'Donnell, Yoshua Bengio, Yue Zhang

It is commonly believed that knowledge of syntactic structure should improve language modeling. However, effectively and computationally efficiently incorporating syntactic structure into neural language models has been a challenging topic. In this paper, we make use of a multi-task objective, i.e., the models simultaneously predict words as well as ground truth parse trees in a form called "syntactic distances", where information between these two separate objectives shares the same intermediate representation. Experimental results on the Penn Treebank and Chinese Treebank datasets show that when ground truth parse trees are provided as additional training signals, the model is able to achieve lower perplexity and induce trees with better quality.

* ACL20 

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Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs): A gentle Introduction and Overview

Nov 23, 2019
Robin M. Schmidt

State-of-the-art solutions in the areas of "Language Modelling & Generating Text", "Speech Recognition", "Generating Image Descriptions" or "Video Tagging" have been using Recurrent Neural Networks as the foundation for their approaches. Understanding the underlying concepts is therefore of tremendous importance if we want to keep up with recent or upcoming publications in those areas. In this work we give a short overview over some of the most important concepts in the realm of Recurrent Neural Networks which enables readers to easily understand the fundamentals such as but not limited to "Backpropagation through Time" or "Long Short-Term Memory Units" as well as some of the more recent advances like the "Attention Mechanism" or "Pointer Networks". We also give recommendations for further reading regarding more complex topics where it is necessary.


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A Review of Point Cloud Semantic Segmentation

Sep 03, 2019
Yuxing Xie, Jiaojiao Tian, Xiao Xiang Zhu

3D Point Cloud Semantic Segmentation (PCSS) is attracting increasing interest, due to its applicability in remote sensing, computer vision and robotics, and due to the new possibilities offered by deep learning techniques. In order to provide a needed up-to-date review of recent developments in PCSS, this article summarizes existing studies on this topic. Firstly, we outline the acquisition and evolution of the 3D point cloud from the perspective of remote sensing and computer vision, as well as the published benchmarks for PCSS studies. Then, traditional and advanced techniques used for Point Cloud Segmentation (PCS) and PCSS are reviewed and compared. Finally, important issues and open questions in PCSS studies are discussed.

* Accepted by IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine; corrected typos (3 Sep 2019) 

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