A new model of the central tendency towards drift in synapses – The neural networks (NN) have recently shown remarkable potential to improve the prediction performance of deep neural networks (DNNs). However, most existing neural networks models can only deal with sparse networks. We make the challenge of learning sparse model to handle high-dimensional data more difficult. This paper addresses the problem by proposing an efficient neural network architecture for the purpose of high-dimensional data analysis using a sparse network. First, we extend the classical DNN approach of learning sparse data to the new sparse network architecture that adapts to a high-dimensional data set. Then we extend the model’s learning process using data from a single low-dimensional component into a multimodal network which can learn to predict a low-dimensional dimension that it can use to estimate the prediction accuracy. Finally, we conduct an experiment where high-dimensional data from a single CNN can be used to model a high-dimensional image. The empirical test data, generated in four dimensions, are shown to be different from the previous ones, showing that the new method consistently achieves similar or better performance than the previous one.

We present an algorithm that uses two inputs and multiple outputs to improve the inference in a deep generative model. We show that the state of the model is a function of the input, and the output can be the sum of input and output. We apply our algorithm to the problem of reasoning under uncertainty to learn a generative model from scratch, and provide extensive experiments to assess the performance of our method.

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# A new model of the central tendency towards drift in synapses

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Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Logic ProgrammingWe present an algorithm that uses two inputs and multiple outputs to improve the inference in a deep generative model. We show that the state of the model is a function of the input, and the output can be the sum of input and output. We apply our algorithm to the problem of reasoning under uncertainty to learn a generative model from scratch, and provide extensive experiments to assess the performance of our method.

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