Multi-task Facial Keypoint Prediction with Densely Particular Textuals


Multi-task Facial Keypoint Prediction with Densely Particular Textuals – We propose a novel approach for the problem of face recognition with text. Using image-labeled data for face recognition, the image-based learning is divided into two stages: (1) an unsupervised learning based on deep convolutional layer, where the image labels are learned in an objective setting for training the layer, (2) a supervised learning based on a multilinear dictionary learning algorithm. We train a learning algorithm to optimize the weights of the learned dictionary and propose an efficient method to learn the labels in a unified way using the image-labeled data. We use multi-task neural network for all training data and compare the performance of our supervised learning based algorithm with the well known CNN-CNN neural network for face recognition task. Experiments show that our approach is able to achieve comparable or better performance than recent state-of-the-art face recognition methods on both VGG and MNIST datasets.

We review the work of Hsieh, Dandenong, & Xu (2014) that proposes efficient neural networks to generate long-term memory and to perform nonlinear optimization on the state space. To the best of our knowledge, the first neural networks do not work on this model. Moreover, we report an analysis of learning with memory and memory models on the deep neural network (DNN) model that was used to generate the sequence. In addition, we report a preliminary study on the relationship between memory models and the LSTMs. We finally discuss a future research direction in this area.

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Multi-task Facial Keypoint Prediction with Densely Particular Textuals

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    Adversarial Examples For Fast-Forward and Fast-Backward LearningWe review the work of Hsieh, Dandenong, & Xu (2014) that proposes efficient neural networks to generate long-term memory and to perform nonlinear optimization on the state space. To the best of our knowledge, the first neural networks do not work on this model. Moreover, we report an analysis of learning with memory and memory models on the deep neural network (DNN) model that was used to generate the sequence. In addition, we report a preliminary study on the relationship between memory models and the LSTMs. We finally discuss a future research direction in this area.


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