Sequence Induction and Optimization for Embedding Storylets


Sequence Induction and Optimization for Embedding Storylets – The current work, based on the idea of the Kernelized Learning framework, is not only focused on the problems of prediction under noisy inputs but also to the problems of prediction under noisy inputs of the same name. A practical understanding of the problem of prediction under noisy-inputs and the algorithms proposed by the framework is still still yet to be fully studied. In this work, we propose a novel and fully-unified model for the prediction of noisy inputs (which aims at producing the same prediction) with the idea of the Kernelized Learning framework.

We propose a novel approach for clustering the information content of data in a nonlinear manner. The goal of the proposed architecture is to reduce the dimension of the input data set by at least an order of magnitude. The proposed architecture is able to solve the clustering problem on a low-rank rank-1 manifold, while keeping the underlying Euclidean distance of each label and the corresponding density of the data. The architecture is a nonlinear, iterative model and can be used to efficiently estimate the clusters within a data set. The proposed learning scheme is computationally efficient and is well-suited for practical clustering tasks, such as image retrieval, clustering or data-to-data transformation, where the model optimises the clustering performance. The experimental results on a variety of datasets are presented to illustrate the superiority of the proposed approach by comparing to state of the art methods.

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Sequence Induction and Optimization for Embedding Storylets

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