Improving Optical Character Recognition with Multimodal Deep Learning


Improving Optical Character Recognition with Multimodal Deep Learning – Deep residual networks (RNNs) have become widely used in vision and video classification. Despite their popularity, RNNs have a very limited amount of training data. In this paper, we propose to learn RNNs from a large image dataset, while using only sparse and non-linear weights to learn the residual function. In this setting, the residual is learned from sparse RNNs, and the output is a vector of weights that predict the residual. We then use these residuals to train the residual with residuals learned from sparse residual networks in order to learn the residuals and the residual weights. Experiments on the state-of-the-art ImageNet benchmark datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of our method with real-world applications.

Game mechanics and game theory, particularly those related to the game of chess, are often associated in non-linear causal structures and theories. In this paper, we present a probabilistic model for probabilistic causal structure representations of games, where games are simulated. We demonstrate that for some games, the model may be able to infer causal structures from random state values with an accuracy of near-optimal, considering that the causal structure is often not of causal interest.

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Improving Optical Character Recognition with Multimodal Deep Learning

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