Convolutional Sparse Coding


Convolutional Sparse Coding – In this paper we propose a new framework for unsupervised nonconvex sparse coding where the covariance matrix is assumed to have a constant constant density. In contrast to many existing nonconvex sparse coding schemes which assume a constant density, this framework automatically models a constant density. We use a family of sparse coding algorithms known as the sparse coding scheme (SCS) and formulate the unsupervised nonconvex coding (UCS) problem as a constrained constraint on the covariance matrix. We construct an embedding matrix for the matrix and solve it in a unified way to solve the problem. We provide a simple optimization method for this problem and show that the problem can be solved efficiently and efficiently, with an order of magnitude reduction on the computational complexity.

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Convolutional Sparse Coding

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