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Learning parts-based representations of data
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Parts-based representations of data can also be learned in an entirely unsupervised fashion. These parts can be used for subsequent supervised learning, but the models constructed can also be valuable on their own.
A parts-based model provides an efﬁcient, distributed representation, and can aid in the discovery of causal structure within data. learning of parts-based representations of data.
Our technique automates the segmenta-tion of the data dimensions into parts, while simultaneously learning a discrete model of the range of appearances of each part.
We pose MCVQ as a probabilistic graphical model, and derive an e cient variational-EM algorithm for learning and inference. We propose a new method, Multiple Cause Vector Quantization, for the unsupervised learning of parts-based representations of data. Our technique automates the segmenta-tion of the data dimensions into parts, while simultaneously learning a discrete model of the range of appearances of each part.
Learning Parts-Based Representations of Data David A. Ross Master of Science Graduate Department of Computer Science University of Toronto Many collections of data exhibit a common underlying structure: they consist of a number of. Experiments demonstrate the ability to learn parts-based representations, and categories, of facial images and user-preference data.
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Learning Parts-Based Representations of Data. By David A. Ross and Richard S. Zemel. Abstract. Many perceptual models and theories hinge on treating objects as a collection of constituent parts.
Whe Topics: parts, unsupervised learning, latent factor models Author: David A. Ross and Richard S. Zemel. learning spatially localized, parts-based representation of visual patterns.
Inspired by the original NMF , the aim of this work to impose the locality of features in basis com-ponents and to make the representation suitable for tasks where feature localization is important. An objective func. We propose a new method, Multiple Cause Vector Quantization, for the unsupervised learning of parts-based representations of data.
Our technique automates the segmenta-tion of the data dimensions into parts, while simultaneously learning a discrete model of the range of appearances of each : and David A. Ross and David A. Ross.
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