Boosting in the Dimensionality Space with Continuous and Sparsity-constrained Sets of Determinantal Point Processes

Boosting in the Dimensionality Space with Continuous and Sparsity-constrained Sets of Determinantal Point Processes – We propose a novel framework for clustering clustering algorithms based on deep learning. It is based on Deep Neural Networks and the deep network learns the weights of the data vector by a deep convolutional neural network (CNN) and the clusters, in contrast to the traditional learning task of clustering data vectors by the CNN alone. Besides, the CNN learns the weights of the data vectors based on the clustering algorithm and, consequently, the clusters can be retrieved. On a variety of benchmark datasets, our algorithm is shown to outperform other algorithms for data vectors in terms of both prediction and clustering accuracy and to produce good results for the clustering accuracy, by incorporating clustering algorithms that leverage the sparse representation of the data vectors. Additionally, we show that the CNNs used to learn the weight vectors of the data vectors can also be used to construct a predictive model that predicts the clustering probability and can be used to train the CNNs.

In particular, as a general approach to machine learning, one may search for a nonconvex minimizer that converges in time. This is an important question for many applications in which the computational cost is high. In this work, we extend the previous work by providing an optimization-based method for learning approximated nonconvex minimizers. We propose a general algorithm, which is a greedy method that requires a small number of iterations for convergence. In this setting, we can obtain new approximations that are computationally efficient and very convenient on the computational cost of finite-dimensional nonconvex minimizers. Experimental results show that we achieve a faster convergence rate and lower computational footprint than the previous algorithm, and show that our approach can be used for improving various applications. In the paper, we also provide an optimization-based method that performs better when the model has to compute multiple approximations.

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Boosting in the Dimensionality Space with Continuous and Sparsity-constrained Sets of Determinantal Point Processes

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