Proximal Methods for Learning Sparse Sublinear Models with Partial Observability


Proximal Methods for Learning Sparse Sublinear Models with Partial Observability – We explore the problems of learning non-linear sublinear models (NNs) from unstructured inputs. While the quality of each node is often poor, its computational efficiency is significantly improved over the previous state of the art. We focus our analysis on two related problems, namely, finding an efficient and effective method for learning a non-linear model with partial observability. First, we propose a new sub-gradient method to deal with partial observability through a simple convex relaxation. Second, we propose an efficient and fast learning procedure for learning a non-linear model with partial observability. We show that the approximation to partial observability for this method is asymptotically guaranteed to converge to its optimal value. The resulting algorithm can be easily extended to consider the cases of a non-linear model with partially observability.

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Proximal Methods for Learning Sparse Sublinear Models with Partial Observability

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