Questions tagged [reference-request]

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Given a machine learning algorithm, what is the minimum size of the training set for it?

I understand that the more data we have, the more reliable is our model trained on that data. I also understand that the more parameters a machine learning model has, the more training data it ...
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What is the best practice to test a ETL pipeline?

In traditional software development practice, before going into production, a piece of code should go through various stages of testing (unit test, integration test, user acceptance test) to secure ...
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Correlation between (average daily) impressions and user response ratio in social media

I'm doing a preliminary study on data from a (niche) social media platform. Studying the correlations between impressions of an object (aka views), interactions (aka likes, comments, ...) and their ...
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Do 3D bar charts have advantages over 2D bar charts?

I vaguely remember that there was a study / blog post which made a strong point against 3D bar charts. Do you have a source at hand which compares the two - 2D bar charts and 3D bar charts?
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Learning Attention Based Models [books]

Today I read an interesting post to drop RNNs for sequential models. However, the post, unfortunately, didn't go into much detail on how one would study the attention based models and start ...
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Possibility of self-growing neural nets

What is the state of the art for DNNs to infer that they need more neurons than in the initial setup? Can they be acquired dynamically from the underlying "resource substrate"?
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Does anyone have any thought how come the fuzzy rules can be verified and validated?

Fuzzy logic was utilized to derive a performance indicator of some manufacturing facilities in an uncertain environment. There are some historical data obtained from some manufacturing facilities’ ...
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Find a specific paper on information retrieval method supporting literature research searching not by keywords but by documents

About 2012, I did a literature research on the following topic but unfortunately lost my results. Specifically one paper comes repeatedly to my mind, therefore maybe someone knows about this or ...
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Research on explaining generalizability of deep learning methods

I've read a few classic papers on different architectures of deep CNNs used to solve varied image-related problems. I'm aware there's some paradox in how deep networks generalize well despite ...
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Print media (periodical) on Data Science?

My company is currently looking for classical periodicals on Data Science / Data / Machine Learning / Statistics / Deep Learning. Although there are plenty of online resources available, curated print ...
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Optimizing parameters for an image-generation algorithm

I have a program that takes an image and a list of parameters and generates a new image. I would like to automate the selection of parameters to produce the 'best' image. 'Best' in this context doesn'...
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Reference for Inception-v2

The "Rethinking" paper doesn't describe the actual implementation of the Inception-v3 model in Tensorflow: an accurate description is written in model.txt in the source files of the paper in the arXiv....
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How do WordNet and GloVe relate?

Please help to disambiguate. Are these things actually comparable/relatable? Do both models contain similar sets of words? Is GloVe kind of more advanced WordNet due to measurable vector distances?
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Long range dependency dataset

I am doing a project concerning formal languages and I want to relate them to DL structures. In this regard, I am looking for datasets that include enough long-range dependency for the use of ...
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Recognition of objects in almost plain background

I want to recognize climbing holds in a climbing wall. I thought about implementing my own heuristic algorithm for background detection because it's almost plain, but I was wondering if this kind of ...
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What is the difference between market segmentation and customer segmentation?

Market segmentation seems to be the more widespread, both in books and on websites: What are the differences between market segmentation and customer segmentation? Both are basically about clustering ...
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Can you use machine learning to extract the entropy from a hand print reliably?

Let's say that I want to generate a cryptographic key based on my hand (I'm using hands just as an example). What I could do is I scan my hand (so that the friction ridges are apparent) and then use a ...