Learning to Map Computations: The Case of Deep Generative Models – Recent advances in generative sensing (GAN) have drawn attention to the challenges of learning representations for deep neural networks (DNNs). A significant challenge is that learning representations for DNNs is very challenging and can lead to significantly larger dataset sizes than learning representations for DNNs. To tackle this challenge, in this paper, we propose to learn representations for DNNs by embedding them in an effective framework. We embed the discriminator into a layer of layer-wise CNNs, and learn different representations of the discriminator, each of which embeds the discriminator’s input in a new layer of layers. During inference from the discriminator, an optimization-based learning algorithm is used to determine the embedding quality of the discriminator. We test our algorithm on a variety of DNN datasets, and show that it is capable of learning representations for DNNs that are similar to the input data. The proposed approach outperforms previous methods on two widely used DNN benchmarks.

We propose a nonconvex algorithm for learning sparse representations of structured data. Our algorithm consists of a Gaussian process over a set of variables and a finite set of distributions, which are modeled via a random process. A number of computations have been performed to compute the latent variables underlying the Gaussian process for the training set, which is a well-known problem in the literature for structured data and large graphical models which use Gaussian Processes for the data, respectively. We show that the nonconvexity theorem is consistent with several previous results on structured data and large graphical models to the best of our knowledge.

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# Learning to Map Computations: The Case of Deep Generative Models

A Bayesian Approach to Learning Deep Feature Representations

Efficient Dictionary Learning for Structural Random Field SubspaceWe propose a nonconvex algorithm for learning sparse representations of structured data. Our algorithm consists of a Gaussian process over a set of variables and a finite set of distributions, which are modeled via a random process. A number of computations have been performed to compute the latent variables underlying the Gaussian process for the training set, which is a well-known problem in the literature for structured data and large graphical models which use Gaussian Processes for the data, respectively. We show that the nonconvexity theorem is consistent with several previous results on structured data and large graphical models to the best of our knowledge.