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Simulated Annealing vs genetic algorithm?

What kind of problems does simulated annealing perform better than genetic algorithms if any? From my experience, genetic algorithm seems to perform better than simulated annealing for most problems
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Training Joint Embeddings

Im looking for somebody to help me on the right path or in the direction of some research that may be related to a task I'm trying to solve. So lets say we had two labeled datasets, and we want some ...
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which search methods belongs to A*

A* algorithm is based on which search methods?Explain me with example and is it optimal or complete if yes then how explain briefly?
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how to speed up YOLOv3 detection speed?

I want to implement YOLO V3. I want to know which framework will give me a faster result. what are the advantages of implementing YOLO V3 on darknet framework vs Keras framework?
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Reward discounting in reinforcement learning for a Pong game

I am trying to understand how to train a neural network to win a Pong game using reinforcement learning, by following the blog post Spinning up a Pong AI with deep reinforcement learning. The ...
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Realistic data technical analysis

Suppose that I have some data like this: How can I algorithmically identify marked parts. Please guide me about some best practice(s) to identify marked parts (where the pattern changes somehow) ...
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How does Hearthstone AI deal with random events

I want to learn a lot about the AI of CCG, such as Hearthstone. And now I have known one of the main algorithms that used in this kind of games, MCTS. It analyses the most promising moves, and expands ...
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comparison of hill climbing and first choice hill climbing methods

what is the difference between stochastic hill climbing and first choice hill climbing methods?Explain me with some examples
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which is best approach to choose for game playing problem? [on hold]

Which is best approach to choose for game playing problem?
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Would AI systems not obsessed with winning become better citizens of the world?

Some early AI research, inspired by Claude Shannon's maze learning mouse, Theseus, sought to discover resolutions to conflict. In the case of Theseus, the goal was to resolve the conflict between the ...
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Refactoring tensorflow tf.while loop

Thanks in advance for considering my question. TL;DR: I have a while loop in tensorflow, that I think is causing extreme slowness during training, and would need to refactor. Much appreciated if any ...
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Daily life Example of Simulated Annealing

In AIMA, 3rd Edition on Page 125, Simulated Annealing is described as: Hill-climbing algorithm that never makes “downhill” moves toward states with lower value (or higher cost) is guaranteed to be ...
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Geometry shape identification and vertex/side label association

I want like to be able to draw a shape outline e.g. (pen and paper) triangle, square, circle.. then label the vertices and sides And have ML identify the shape and the symbol associates with each ...
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Neurological interpretation of LSTMs

I am searching for an Interpretation of LSTMs and recurrent neural Networks within Cognitive Neuroscience. Is there a mechanism in the human brain, that works analog to LSTMs? How does Long-term ...
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Genetic programming with “karel the robot”?

Karel the robot is an education software comparable to turtle graphics to teach programming for beginners. It's a virtual stackbased interpreter to run a domain specific language for moving a robot in ...
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improving tic tac toe model

For this tic tac toe model , how do I achieve the following model improvement for the original kaggle kernel ? -> Try using a deeper neural network, and trying different learning rates, to see if it ...
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Which do you think would be more helpful to humanity, AI or Automation, and why?

Which do you think would be more helpful to humanity, AI or Automation, and why? how can we differentiate between them?
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How to use AI to depth map video?

To be honest, I had no idea where to put this question, but it's sure that it's related to AI. I want to build an application which uses camera, and by the movement it can calculate the -camera's ...
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From an information and learning perspective, is DNA is a language or code? [on hold]

It is clear that genetic sequences are sophisticated messages passed through a sophisticated mechanism from the gametes of parents to their offspring. It is also clear that successive improvements and ...
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Interpretation of cost behaviour in ensemble method

I am working on a problem in NLP, in mapping a question to a target passage. To solve this problem, I am using a fairly complicated model including attention mechanism. The dataset is quite large and ...
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Character Embeddings with CNN

I've read about character embeddings as suggested by Zhang, Zhao, and LeCun. These approaches takes a character stream as input. Would an encoder trained on just words, not complete texts, still be ...
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Paradigm shift in Machine Learning

This is a very general question, so I do not expect any specific answer. I was reading some Tweets about NeurIPS 2018, and came upon this video from NVIDIA. At around 0.37, she says: ... If you ...
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Maximum number of neurons in a layer given number of neurons in previous layer

Consider an extremely complicated feed-forward neural network training example but with no need of computational efficiency or limiting of processing time. What is the maximum number of hidden ...
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What is the main difference between additive rewards and discounted rewards?

What is the difference between additive and discounted rewards?
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How can artifacts operate under their own control?

My question is about "control theory and cybernetics" . I have a confusion about this topic. How can artifacts operate under their own control?
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How to get a binary output from a Siamese Neural Network

I'm trying to train a Siamese network to check if two images are similar. My implementation is based on this. I find the Euclidian distance of the feature vectors(the final flattened layer of my CNN) ...
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Why can't the XOR linear inseparability problem be solved with one perceptron - like this?

Consider a perceptron where $w_0=1$ and $w_1=1$: Now, say we use an activation function $f(x)=1,~for~x=1$$~~~~~~~~~~~~~0, otherwise$ The output is then summarised as: $x_0~~~~~x_1~~~~~w_0*x_0 + ...
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Implementing AI/ML for the card game “Cheat”

Background info In Python, I've implemented a rudimentary engine to play "Cheat", supporting both bots and a human or only bots. When only bots are playing, the game is simulated. When placing cards,...
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Old video games intelligence

Around 2000, existed popular fights videogames. There, if you made the same kick movement for several running times, the CPU normally defended and caught your strategy. This is the case in Tekken 3 ie....
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Why did Artificial Intelligence projects fail?

According to the chaos report of the Standish group most IT projects fail. A famous example is the OS/2 operating system, but large scale database projects from the government have also a high ...
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Can a LFSR be approximated by a Neural Network?

I was wondering whether a LFSR could be approximated by a NN (output or current state). We know that a LFSR is called linear in some sort of mathematical sense, but is that true? Considering it ...
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NLP after ASR, where the output of ASR should be fed to NLP engine for noting stuffs in specific places

I have the specific usecase, where a person would tell something like this: "Hey Trigger Word, note is object history XYZ" or "Hey Tigger Word, note is object diagnosis PQR" And the aim of my NLP ...
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In speech recognition, what kind of signal is used?

Speech is a major primary mechanism of communication between humans. With respect to artificial intelligence, which signal is used to identify the sequence of words in speech?
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Reinforcement Learning n-step return

when reading the newest v2 of Sutton + Barto Reinforcement Learning, in Ch7 section 1 about N-step bootsrapping, they write about something they call the "n-step return error reduction property": But ...
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Keras giving memory allocation error and running extremely slow

I am working on character recognition using convolutional neural networks. I have 9 layer model and 19990 training data and 4470 test data. But when I am using keras with Tensorflow backend. When I ...
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I need a completely hand and eye free software

I need a phone or device I can talk to as if I had no hands or sight. I need to be able to tell my phone to read my text, "tell me who called me in the last hour (or whatever)" then it tells me who ...
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Context free grammar induction as a search problem

I'm looking to model the problem of CFG induction from a set of sentences as a search problem such that I can use algorithms like IDS, Hillclimbing, A* etc to solve it. But I have no ideas whatsoever....
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What does the output of openai baselines mean?

I get the following output when training a PPO model on my environment: ...
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Is there any state space in which A∗ using GRAPH-SEARCH returns a suboptimal solution?

Devise a state space in which A∗ using GRAPH-SEARCH returns a suboptimal solution with an h(n) function that is admissible but inconsistent.is there any state...?
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how we find the length(depth) of game tik tok toe in Adversarial search?

when we perform tik tok toe game using adversarial search i know how make tree My Question is : is there any way to find the depth of tree which level is the last level.
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How to encode Azul game state as NN input

Question to NN practicioners. I'd like to encode Azul board game state as an input to NN, let's focus on 2-player variant for a while. There are 5 round "Factories" on the table (7 on picture, ignore ...
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Can Machine Learning be applied to decipher the script of lost ancient languages?

Can Machine Learning be applied to decipher the script of lost ancient languages? (Languages that many years ago were being used, but currently are not used in the human societies and have been ...
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Label arrangement for custom Keras image generator

I am trying to generate 90 and 270 degrees rotated versions of my sample images on the fly during training. I found an example and modifying it. But I am confused about what should be the order? For ...
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Using an 'operation ID' as a neural network input

Sorry if this is basic or covered elsewhere, I am just starting here and I wasn't able to find an answer, but I might have not been searching for the right thing. So: I am training a neural network ...
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What does a hybrid Bayesian network contain?

The field of artificial intelligence is so vast. So many methodologies of handling continuous data and just now I have read about Hybrid Bayesian network. I just want to know that what a hybrid ...
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How to solve the AttributeError: 'Ssd' object has no attribute 'freeze_batchnorm'

I use a modified training script for modeling images with Tensorflow/Keras/Mobilenet_V2. After a few errors that I could solve I now get the following error: ...
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Linking data in deep learning

am working on a bone age project so I have 1000 image and each image has one age value stored on a excel file so I would like to know how I have to give any images to my values in the excel file
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How to start learning Machine Learning? [on hold]

Help me to understand AI. I m gonna start studying AI.. Please guide me to learn AI and implement the AI concepts!
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How can I evaluate the performance of a system that generates text?

I am preparing to perform research comparing the performance of two different systems that probabilistically generate the next word of an input sentence. For example, given the word 'the', a system ...
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Training a combined deep and shallow network

I want to train a combined deep and shallow neural network, say a 20 block ResNet, with a 2-layer dense network that takes the output of the ResNet and combines it with auxiliary input in the first ...

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