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Deep neural network for fringe pattern filtering and normalisationJun 14 2019We propose a new framework for processing Fringe Patterns (FP). Our novel approach builds upon the hypothesis that the denoising and normalisation of FPs can be learned by a deep neural network if enough pairs of corrupted and cleaned FPs are provided. ... More
A Tight and Unified Analysis of Extragradient for a Whole Spectrum of Differentiable GamesJun 13 2019We consider differentiable games: multi-objective minimization problems, where the goal is to find a Nash equilibrium. The machine learning community has recently started using extrapolation-based variants of the gradient method. A prime example is the ... More
N-body Approach to the Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP)Jun 13 2019In the Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP), a list of cities and the distances between them are given. The goal is to find the shortest possible route that visits each city exactly once and returns to the original city. The TSP has a wide range of applications ... More
Meta-heuristic for non-homogeneous peak density spaces and implementation on 2 real-world parameter learning/tuning applicationsJun 13 2019Observer effect in physics (/psychology) regards bias in measurement (/perception) due to the interference of instrument (/knowledge). Based on these concepts, a new meta-heuristic algorithm is proposed for controlling memory usage per localities without ... More
Causal Inference in Higher Education: Building Better CurriculumsJun 11 2019Higher educational institutions constantly look for ways to meet students' needs and support them through graduation. Recent work in the field of learning analytics have developed methods for grade prediction and course recommendations. Although these ... More
LSTM Networks Can Perform Dynamic CountingJun 09 2019In this paper, we systematically assess the ability of standard recurrent networks to perform dynamic counting and to encode hierarchical representations. All the neural models in our experiments are designed to be small-sized networks both to prevent ... More
Kinetic Market Model: An Evolutionary AlgorithmJun 04 2019This research proposes the econophysics kinetic market model as an evolutionary algorithm's instance. The immediate results from this proposal is a new replacement rule for family competition genetic algorithms. It also represents a starting point to ... More
Adaptive Multimodal Music Learning via Interactive-haptic InstrumentJun 04 2019Haptic interfaces have untapped the sense of touch to assist multimodal music learning. We have recently seen various improvements of interface design on tactile feedback and force guidance aiming to make instrument learning more effective. However, most ... More
A Perspective on Objects and Systematic Generalization in Model-Based RLJun 03 2019In order to meet the diverse challenges in solving many real-world problems, an intelligent agent has to be able to dynamically construct a model of its environment. Objects facilitate the modular reuse of prior knowledge and the combinatorial construction ... More
Neural Network-based Object Classification by Known and Unknown Features (Based on Text Queries)Jun 03 2019The article presents a method that improves the quality of classification of objects described by a combination of known and unknown features. The method is based on modernized Informational Neurobayesian Approach with consideration of unknown features. ... More
Algorithmically generating new algebraic features of polynomial systems for machine learningJun 03 2019There are a variety of choices to be made in both computer algebra systems (CASs) and satisfiability modulo theory (SMT) solvers which can impact performance without affecting mathematical correctness. Such choices are candidates for machine learning ... More
Learning Patterns in Sample Distributions for Monte Carlo Variance ReductionJun 01 2019This paper investigates a novel a-posteriori variance reduction approach in Monte Carlo image synthesis. Unlike most established methods based on lateral filtering in the image space, our proposition is to produce the best possible estimate for each pixel ... More
Deep Learning Recommendation Model for Personalization and Recommendation SystemsMay 31 2019With the advent of deep learning, neural network-based recommendation models have emerged as an important tool for tackling personalization and recommendation tasks. These networks differ significantly from other deep learning networks due to their need ... More
PowerSGD: Practical Low-Rank Gradient Compression for Distributed OptimizationMay 31 2019We study gradient compression methods to alleviate the communication bottleneck in data-parallel distributed optimization. Despite the significant attention received, current compression schemes either do not scale well or fail to achieve the target test ... More
Memory-efficient and fast implementation of local adaptive binarization methodsMay 30 2019Binarization is widely used as an image preprocessing step to separate object especially text from background before recognition. For noisy images with uneven illumination, threshold values should be computed pixel by pixel to obtain a good segmentation. ... More
On the Effectiveness of Low-rank Approximations for Collaborative Filtering compared to Neural NetworksMay 30 2019Even in times of deep learning, low-rank approximations by factorizing a matrix into user and item latent factors continue to be a method of choice for collaborative filtering tasks due to their great performance. While deep learning based approaches ... More
Clustering without Over-RepresentationMay 29 2019In this paper we consider clustering problems in which each point is endowed with a color. The goal is to cluster the points to minimize the classical clustering cost but with the additional constraint that no color is over-represented in any cluster. ... More
A Quaternion-based Certifiably Optimal Solution to the Wahba Problem with OutliersMay 29 2019The Wahba problem, also known as rotation search, seeks to find the best rotation to align two sets of vector observations given putative correspondences, and is a fundamental routine in many computer vision and robotics applications. This work proposes ... More
Are Disentangled Representations Helpful for Abstract Visual Reasoning?May 29 2019A disentangled representation encodes information about the salient factors of variation in the data independently. Although it is often argued that this representational format is useful in learning to solve many real-world up-stream tasks, there is ... More
Asymptotically Unambitious Artificial General IntelligenceMay 29 2019General intelligence, the ability to solve arbitrary solvable problems, is supposed by many to be artificially constructible. Narrow intelligence, the ability to solve a given particularly difficult problem, has seen impressive recent development. Notable ... More
An Effective Multi-Resolution Hierarchical Granular Representation based Classifier using General Fuzzy Min-Max Neural NetworkMay 29 2019Jun 03 2019Motivated by the practical demands for simplification of data towards being consistent with human thinking and problem solving as well as tolerance of uncertainty, information granules are becoming important entities in data processing at different levels ... More
An Effective Multi-Resolution Hierarchical Granular Representation based Classifier using General Fuzzy Min-Max Neural NetworkMay 29 2019Motivated by the practical demands for simplification of data towards being consistent with human thinking and problem solving as well as tolerance of uncertainty, information granules are becoming important entities in data processing at different levels ... More
SignalTrain: Profiling Audio Compressors with Deep Neural NetworksMay 28 2019May 30 2019In this work we present a data-driven approach for predicting the behavior of (i.e., profiling) a given non-linear audio signal processing effect (henceforth "audio effect"). Our objective is to learn a mapping function that maps the unprocessed audio ... More
SignalTrain: Profiling Audio Compressors with Deep Neural NetworksMay 28 2019In this work we present a data-driven approach for predicting the behavior of (i.e., profiling) a given non-linear audio signal processing effect (henceforth "audio effect"). Our objective is to learn a mapping function that maps the unprocessed audio ... More
Adversarial Policies: Attacking Deep Reinforcement LearningMay 25 2019Deep reinforcement learning (RL) policies are known to be vulnerable to adversarial perturbations to their observations, similar to adversarial examples for classifiers. However, an attacker is not usually able to directly modify another agent's observations. ... More
Explicitizing an Implicit Bias of the Frequency Principle in Two-layer Neural NetworksMay 24 2019It remains a puzzle that why deep neural networks (DNNs), with more parameters than samples, often generalize well. An attempt of understanding this puzzle is to discover implicit biases underlying the training process of DNNs, such as the Frequency Principle ... More
Embedded Meta-Learning: Toward more flexible deep-learning modelsMay 23 2019How can deep learning systems flexibly reuse their knowledge? Toward this goal, we propose a new class of challenges, and a class of architectures that can solve them. The challenges are meta-mappings, which involve systematically transforming task behaviors ... More
Stochastic Inverse Reinforcement LearningMay 21 2019Inverse reinforcement learning (IRL) is an ill-posed inverse problem since expert demonstrations may infer many solutions of reward functions which is hard to recover by local search methods such as a gradient method. In this paper, we generalize the ... More
A type of generalization error induced by initialization in deep neural networksMay 19 2019How different initializations and loss functions affect the learning of a deep neural network (DNN), specifically its generalization error, is an important problem in practice. In this work, focusing on regression problems, we develop a kernel-norm minimization ... More
DeepSwarm: Optimising Convolutional Neural Networks using Swarm IntelligenceMay 17 2019In this paper we propose DeepSwarm, a novel neural architecture search (NAS) method based on Swarm Intelligence principles. At its core DeepSwarm uses Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) to generate ant population which uses the pheromone information to collectively ... More
Significance of parallel computing on the performance of Digital Image Correlation algorithms in MATLABMay 15 2019Digital Image Correlation (DIC) is a powerful tool used to evaluate displacements and deformations in a non-intrusive manner. By comparing two images, one of the undeformed reference state of a specimen and another of the deformed target state, the relative ... More
DeepFlow: History Matching in the Space of Deep Generative ModelsMay 14 2019Jun 12 2019The calibration of a reservoir model with observed transient data of fluid pressures and rates is a key task in obtaining a predictive model of the flow and transport behaviour of the earth's subsurface. The model calibration task, commonly referred to ... More
DeepFlow: History Matching in the Space of Deep Generative ModelsMay 14 2019The calibration of a reservoir model with observed transient data of fluid pressures and rates is a key task in obtaining a predictive model of the flow and transport behaviour of the earth's subsurface. The model calibration task, commonly referred to ... More
Learning to EvolveMay 08 2019Evolution and learning are two of the fundamental mechanisms by which life adapts in order to survive and to transcend limitations. These biological phenomena inspired successful computational methods such as evolutionary algorithms and deep learning. ... More
Object Exchangeability in Reinforcement Learning: Extended AbstractMay 07 2019Although deep reinforcement learning has advanced significantly over the past several years, sample efficiency remains a major challenge. Careful choice of input representations can help improve efficiency depending on the structure present in the problem. ... More
Is a Single Embedding Enough? Learning Node Representations that Capture Multiple Social ContextsMay 06 2019Recent interest in graph embedding methods has focused on learning a single representation for each node in the graph. But can nodes really be best described by a single vector representation? In this work, we propose a method for learning multiple representations ... More
Mapping Missing Population in Rural India: A Deep Learning Approach with Satellite ImageryMay 04 2019Millions of people worldwide are absent from their country's census. Accurate, current, and granular population metrics are critical to improving government allocation of resources, to measuring disease control, to responding to natural disasters, and ... More
Fundamental properties of transition-metals-adsorbed grapheneMay 03 2019The revealing properties of transition metal (T)-doped graphene systems are investigated with the use of the first-principles method. The detailed calculations cover the bond length, position and height of adatoms, binding energy, atom-dominated band ... More
Deep Learning for Audio Signal ProcessingApr 30 2019Given the recent surge in developments of deep learning, this article provides a review of the state-of-the-art deep learning techniques for audio signal processing. Speech, music, and environmental sound processing are considered side-by-side, in order ... More
Deep Learning for Audio Signal ProcessingApr 30 2019May 25 2019Given the recent surge in developments of deep learning, this article provides a review of the state-of-the-art deep learning techniques for audio signal processing. Speech, music, and environmental sound processing are considered side-by-side, in order ... More
Detecting Reflections by Combining Semantic and Instance SegmentationApr 30 2019Reflections in natural images commonly cause false positives in automated detection systems. These false positives can lead to significant impairment of accuracy in the tasks of detection, counting and segmentation. Here, inspired by the recent panoptic ... More
A neural network based on SPD manifold learning for skeleton-based hand gesture recognitionApr 29 2019This paper proposes a new neural network based on SPD manifold learning for skeleton-based hand gesture recognition. Given the stream of hand's joint positions, our approach combines two aggregation processes on respectively spatial and temporal domains. ... More
Deep-IRT: Make Deep Learning Based Knowledge Tracing Explainable Using Item Response TheoryApr 26 2019Deep learning based knowledge tracing model has been shown to outperform traditional knowledge tracing model without the need for human-engineered features, yet its parameters and representations have long been criticized for not being explainable. In ... More
Comparing machine learning models to choose the variable ordering for cylindrical algebraic decompositionApr 24 2019There has been recent interest in the use of machine learning (ML) approaches within mathematical software to make choices that impact on the computing performance without affecting the mathematical correctness of the result. We address the problem of ... More
Comparing machine learning models to choose the variable ordering for cylindrical algebraic decompositionApr 24 2019Jun 05 2019There has been recent interest in the use of machine learning (ML) approaches within mathematical software to make choices that impact on the computing performance without affecting the mathematical correctness of the result. We address the problem of ... More
Generated Loss and Augmented Training of MNIST VAEApr 24 2019The variational autoencoder (VAE) framework is a popular option for training unsupervised generative models, featuring ease of training and latent representation of data. The objective function of VAE does not guarantee to achieve the latter, however, ... More
Generated Loss, Augmented Training, and Multiscale VAEApr 23 2019The variational autoencoder (VAE) framework remains a popular option for training unsupervised generative models, especially for discrete data where generative adversarial networks (GANs) require workaround to create gradient for the generator. In our ... More
Crowdsourced Truth Discovery in the Presence of Hierarchies for Knowledge FusionApr 23 2019Existing works for truth discovery in categorical data usually assume that claimed values are mutually exclusive and only one among them is correct. However, many claimed values are not mutually exclusive even for functional predicates due to their hierarchical ... More
An image structure model for exact edge detectionApr 21 2019The paper presents a new model for single channel images low-level interpretation. The image is decomposed into a graph which captures a complete set of structural features. The description allows to accurately identify every edge location and its correct ... More
Self-Attention Graph PoolingApr 17 2019Apr 24 2019Advanced methods of applying deep learning to structured data such as graphs have been proposed in recent years. In particular, studies have focused on generalizing convolutional neural networks to graph data, which includes redefining the convolution ... More
Self-Attention Graph PoolingApr 17 2019Apr 18 2019Advanced methods of applying deep learning to structured data such as graphs have been proposed in recent years. In particular, studies have focused on generalizing convolutional neural networks to graph data, which includes redefining the convolution ... More
Self-Attention Graph PoolingApr 17 2019Advanced methods of applying deep learning to structured data such as graphs have been proposed in recent years. In particular, studies have focused on generalizing convolutional neural networks to graph data, which includes redefining the convolution ... More
IAN: Combining Generative Adversarial Networks for Imaginative Face GenerationApr 16 2019Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) have gained momentum for their ability to model image distributions. They learn to emulate the training set and that enables sampling from that domain and using the knowledge learned for useful applications. Several ... More
An Empirical Evaluation of Text Representation Schemes on Multilingual Social Web to Filter the Textual AggressionApr 16 2019This paper attempt to study the effectiveness of text representation schemes on two tasks namely: User Aggression and Fact Detection from the social media contents. In User Aggression detection, The aim is to identify the level of aggression from the ... More
Evaluating the Applicability of Bandwidth Allocation Models for EON Slot AllocationApr 16 2019Bandwidth Allocation Models (BAMs) configure and handle resource allocation (bandwidth, LSPs, fiber, slots) in networks in general (IP/MPLS/DS-TE, optical domain, other). In this paper, BAMs are considered for elastic optical networks slot allocation ... More
Detecting the Unexpected via Image ResynthesisApr 16 2019Classical semantic segmentation methods, including the recent deep learning ones, assume that all classes observed at test time have been seen during training. In this paper, we tackle the more realistic scenario where unexpected objects of unknown classes ... More
Detecting the Unexpected via Image ResynthesisApr 16 2019Apr 17 2019Classical semantic segmentation methods, including the recent deep learning ones, assume that all classes observed at test time have been seen during training. In this paper, we tackle the more realistic scenario where unexpected objects of unknown classes ... More
Influence of Control Parameters and the Size of Biomedical Image Datasets on the Success of Adversarial AttacksApr 15 2019In this paper, we study dependence of the success rate of adversarial attacks to the Deep Neural Networks on the biomedical image type, control parameters, and image dataset size. With this work, we are going to contribute towards accumulation of experimental ... More
Text2Node: a Cross-Domain System for Mapping Arbitrary Phrases to a TaxonomyApr 11 2019Electronic health record (EHR) systems are used extensively throughout the healthcare domain. However, data interchangeability between EHR systems is limited due to the use of different coding standards across systems. Existing methods of mapping coding ... More
Privacy protocolsApr 11 2019Security protocols enable secure communication over insecure channels. Privacy protocols enable private interactions over secure channels. Security protocols set up secure channels using cryptographic primitives. Privacy protocols set up private channels ... More
Segmentation of Skeletal Muscle in Thigh Dixon MRI Based on Texture AnalysisApr 09 2019Segmentation of skeletal muscles in Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI) is essential for the study of muscle physiology and diagnosis of muscular pathologies. However, manual segmentation of large MRI volumes is a time-consuming task. The state-of-the-art ... More
Towards Analyzing Semantic Robustness of Deep Neural NetworksApr 09 2019Despite the impressive performance of Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) on various vision tasks, they still exhibit erroneous high sensitivity toward semantic primitives (e.g. object pose). We propose a theoretically grounded analysis for DNNs robustness in ... More
Scaling Up Collaborative Filtering Data Sets through Randomized Fractal ExpansionsApr 08 2019Recommender system research suffers from a disconnect between the size of academic data sets and the scale of industrial production systems. In order to bridge that gap, we propose to generate large-scale user/item interaction data sets by expanding pre-existing ... More
Comparative Analysis of Automatic Skin Lesion Segmentation with Two Different ImplementationsApr 05 2019Lesion segmentation from the surrounding skin is the first task for developing automatic Computer-Aided Diagnosis of skin cancer. Variant features of lesion like uneven distribution of color, irregular shape, border and texture make this task challenging. ... More
Continuous Direct Sparse Visual Odometry from RGB-D ImagesApr 03 2019May 21 2019This paper reports on a novel formulation and evaluation of visual odometry from RGB-D images. Assuming a static scene, the developed theoretical framework generalizes the widely used direct energy formulation (photometric error minimization) technique ... More
Unsupervised Continual Learning and Self-Taught Associative Memory HierarchiesApr 03 2019We first pose the Unsupervised Continual Learning (UCL) problem: learning salient representations from a non-stationary stream of unlabeled data in which the number of object classes varies with time. Given limited labeled data just before inference, ... More
A Dynamic Routing Framework for Shared Mobility ServicesMar 26 2019Travel time in urban centers is a significant contributor to the quality of living of its citizens. Mobility on Demand (MoD) services such as Uber and Lyft have revolutionized the transportation infrastructure, enabling new solutions for passengers. Shared ... More
A data-driven approach to precipitation parameterizations using convolutional encoder-decoder neural networksMar 25 2019Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) models represent sub-grid processes using parameterizations, which are often complex and a major source of uncertainty in weather forecasting. In this work, we devise a simple machine learning (ML) methodology to learn ... More
Network Horizon Dynamics I: Qualitative AspectsMar 25 2019Mostly acyclic directed networks, treated mathematically as directed graphs, arise in machine learning, biology, social science, physics, and other applications. Newman [1] has noted the mathematical challenges of such networks. In this series of papers, ... More
Towards automatic construction of multi-network models for heterogeneous multi-task learningMar 21 2019Multi-task learning, as it is understood nowadays, consists of using one single model to carry out several similar tasks. From classifying hand-written characters of different alphabets to figuring out how to play several Atari games using reinforcement ... More
A Polynomial-time Solution for Robust Registration with Extreme Outlier RatesMar 20 2019We propose a robust approach for the registration of two sets of 3D points in the presence of a large amount of outliers. Our first contribution is to reformulate the registration problem using a Truncated Least Squares (TLS) cost that makes the estimation ... More
ReviewerNet: Visualizing Citation and Authorship Relations for Finding ReviewersMar 19 2019We propose ReviewerNet, an online, interactive visualization system aimed to improve the reviewer selection process in the academic domain. Given a paper submitted for publication, we assume that good candidate reviewers can be chosen among the authors ... More
Combining Model and Parameter Uncertainty in Bayesian Neural NetworksMar 18 2019Mar 20 2019Bayesian neural networks (BNNs) have recently regained a significant amount of attention in the deep learning community due to the development of scalable approximate Bayesian inference techniques. There are several advantages of using Bayesian approach: ... More
Combining Model and Parameter Uncertainty in Bayesian Neural NetworksMar 18 2019Bayesian neural networks (BNNs) have recently regained a significant amount of attention in the deep learning community due to the development of scalable approximate Bayesian inference techniques. There are several advantages of using Bayesian approach: ... More
Combining Model and Parameter Uncertainty in Bayesian Neural NetworksMar 18 2019May 25 2019Bayesian neural networks (BNNs) have recently regained a significant amount of attention in the deep learning community due to the development of scalable approximate Bayesian inference techniques. There are several advantages of using Bayesian approach: ... More
Domain adaptation for holistic skin detectionMar 16 2019Human skin detection in images is a widely studied topic of Computer Vision for which it is commonly accepted that analysis of pixel color or local patches may suffice. This is because skin regions appear to be relatively uniform and many argue that there ... More
Multi-Stage Fault Warning for Large Electric Grids Using Anomaly Detection and Machine LearningMar 15 2019In the monitoring of a complex electric grid, it is of paramount importance to provide operators with early warnings of anomalies detected on the network, along with a precise classification and diagnosis of the specific fault type. In this paper, we ... More
Financial Applications of Gaussian Processes and Bayesian OptimizationMar 12 2019In the last five years, the financial industry has been impacted by the emergence of digitalization and machine learning. In this article, we explore two methods that have undergone rapid development in recent years: Gaussian processes and Bayesian optimization. ... More
Existence of Lyapunov function for the planar system with one arbitrary limit cycleMar 12 2019The existence of Lyapunov function for the planar system with an arbitrary limit cycle is proved. Firstly, the generalized definition of Lyapunov function for fixed point and limit cycle are given, respectively. And they are logically consistent with ... More
Optimal Collusion-Free TeachingMar 10 2019Formal models of learning from teachers need to respect certain criteria to avoid collusion. The most commonly accepted notion of collusion-freeness was proposed by Goldman and Mathias (1996), and various teaching models obeying their criterion have been ... More
Sparse Grouped Gaussian Processes for Solar Power ForecastingMar 10 2019We consider multi-task regression models where observations are assumed to be a linear combination of several latent node and weight functions, all drawn from Gaussian process priors that allow nonzero covariance between grouped latent functions. Motivated ... More
Dynamic Anonymized Evaluation for Behavioral Continuous AuthenticationMar 07 2019Emerging technology demands reliable authentication mechanisms, particularly in interconnected systems. Current systems rely on a single moment of authentication, however continuous authentication systems assess a users identity utilizing a constant biometric ... More
Only Connect, SecurelyMar 07 2019The lattice model proposed by Denning in her seminal work provided secure information flow analyses with an intuitive and uniform mathematical foundation. Different organisations, however, may employ quite different security lattices. In this paper, we ... More
Probabilistic Modeling for Novelty Detection with Applications to Fraud IdentificationMar 05 2019Novelty detection is the unsupervised problem of identifying anomalies in test data which significantly differ from the training set. Novelty detection is one of the classic challenges in Machine Learning and a core component of several research areas ... More
Strong Asymptotic Optimality in General EnvironmentsMar 04 2019Reinforcement Learning agents are expected to eventually perform well. Typically, this takes the form of a guarantee about the asymptotic behavior of an algorithm given some assumptions about the environment. We present an algorithm for a policy whose ... More
A Strongly Asymptotically Optimal Agent in General EnvironmentsMar 04 2019May 27 2019Reinforcement Learning agents are expected to eventually perform well. Typically, this takes the form of a guarantee about the asymptotic behavior of an algorithm given some assumptions about the environment. We present an algorithm for a policy whose ... More
Practical Prediction of Human Movements Across Device Types and Spatiotemporal GranularitiesMar 03 2019Understanding and predicting mobility are essential for the design and evaluation of future mobile edge caching and networking. Consequently, research on prediction of human mobility has drawn significant attention in the last decade. Employing information-theoretic ... More
Socially-Aware Congestion Control in Ad-Hoc Networks: Current Status and The Way ForwardMar 03 2019Ad-hoc social networks (ASNETs) represent a special type of traditional ad-hoc network in which a user's social properties (such as the social connections and communications metadata as well as application data) are leveraged for offering enhanced services ... More
A Nonlinear Model for Time SynchronizationMar 01 2019The current algorithms are based on linear model, for example, Precision Time Protocol (PTP) which requires frequent synchronization in order to handle the effects of clock frequency drift. This paper introduces a nonlinear approach to clock time synchronize. ... More
Superseding traditional indexes by orchestrating learning and geometryMar 01 2019Mar 09 2019We design the first learned index that solves the dictionary problem with time and space complexity provably better than classic data structures for hierarchical memories, such as B-trees, and modern learned indexes. We call our solution the Piecewise ... More
A comparative evaluation of novelty detection algorithms for discrete sequencesFeb 28 2019The identification of anomalies in temporal data is a core component of numerous research areas such as intrusion detection, fault prevention, genomics and fraud detection. This article provides an experimental comparison of the novelty detection problem ... More
Minimization of nonsmooth nonconvex functions using inexact evaluations and its worst-case complexityFeb 27 2019An adaptive regularization algorithm using inexact function and derivatives evaluations is proposed for the solution of composite nonsmooth nonconvex optimization. It is shown that this algorithm needs at most $O(|\log(\epsilon)|\,\epsilon^{-2})$ evaluations ... More
Reducing Artificial Neural Network Complexity: A Case Study on Exoplanet DetectionFeb 27 2019Despite their successes in the field of self-learning AI, Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) suffer from having too many trainable parameters, impacting computational performance. Several approaches have been proposed to reduce the number of parameters ... More
Understanding Agent Incentives using Causal Influence Diagrams, Part I: Single Action SettingsFeb 26 2019Agents are systems that optimize an objective function in an environment. Together, the goal and the environment induce secondary objectives, incentives. Modeling the agent-environment interaction in graphical models called influence diagrams, we can ... More
Understanding Agent Incentives using Causal Influence Diagrams. Part I: Single Action SettingsFeb 26 2019Mar 12 2019Agents are systems that optimize an objective function in an environment. Together, the goal and the environment induce secondary objectives, incentives. Modeling the agent-environment interaction in graphical models called influence diagrams, we can ... More
Understanding Agent Incentives using Causal Influence Diagrams. Part I: Single Action SettingsFeb 26 2019Feb 28 2019Agents are systems that optimize an objective function in an environment. Together, the goal and the environment induce secondary objectives, incentives. Modeling the agent-environment interaction in graphical models called influence diagrams, we can ... More
Understanding Agent Incentives using Causal Influence Diagrams. Part I: Single Action SettingsFeb 26 2019Feb 27 2019Agents are systems that optimize an objective function in an environment. Together, the goal and the environment induce secondary objectives, incentives. Modeling the agent-environment interaction in graphical models called influence diagrams, we can ... More
Day-Ahead Hourly Forecasting of Power Generation from Photovoltaic PlantsFeb 26 2019The ability to accurately forecast power generation from renewable sources is nowadays recognised as a fundamental skill to improve the operation of power systems. Despite the general interest of the power community in this topic, it is not always simple ... More
Scalable and Order-robust Continual Learning with Hierarchically Decomposed NetworksFeb 25 2019Jun 16 2019While recent continual learning methods largely alleviate the catastrophic problem on toy-size datasets, there are issues that remain to be tackled in order to apply them to real-world problem domains. First, a continual learning model should effectively ... More
ORACLE: Order Robust Adaptive Continual LEarningFeb 25 2019The order of the tasks a continual learning model encounters may have large impact on the performance of each task, as well as the task-average performance. This order-sensitivity may cause serious problems in real-world scenarios where fairness plays ... More