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Does bag-of-words method improve the classification accuracy?

I'm a beginner in computer vision. I want to know which structure among the following two can get better accuracy of image classification. Structure 1: SIFT feature + SVM Structure 2: bag-of-word ...
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Can we train the model to detect real users with only positive labels?

We have hundreds of thousands of customers records, and we need to take the benefits of our data to train a model that will recognize fake entries or unrealistic ones for our platform, where customers ...
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How are small scale features represented in an Inverse Graphics Network (autoencoder)?

This post refers to Fig. 1 of a paper by Microsoft on their Deep Convolutional Inverse Graphics Network: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/kwkt_nips2015.pdf Having ...
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Training and inference for highly-context-sensitive information

What is the best way to train / do inference when the context matters highly as to what the inferred result should be? For example in the image below all people are standing upright, but because of ...
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What is “conditioning” on a feature?

On page 98 of Jet Substructure at the Large Hadron Collider: A Review of Recent Advances in Theory and Machine Learning the author writes; Redacted phase space: Studying the distribution of inputs ...
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What are the frameworks for automated feature engineering?

I want to ask you what are the frameworks or scientific papers that deal with automated feature extraction/engineering (not based on domain knowledge)? What I mean by feature extraction or ...
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Do the eigenvectors represent the original features?

I've got a test dataset with 4 features and the PCA produces a set of 4 eigenvectors, e.g., ...
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Is it possible to extract the features of feature extraction?

Can the features of feature extraction be extracted by developing a feature extraction approach that can be pointed at a large number of feature extraction processes that have successfully extracted ...
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What is the correct name for state explosion from sensor discretization?

The position of a robot on a map contains of an x/y value, for example $position(x=100.23,y=400.78)$. The internal representation of the variable is a 32bit float which is equal to 4 byte in the RAM ...
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How can I use gradient boosting with multiple features?

I'm trying to use gradient boosting and I'm using sklearn's GradientBoostingClassifier class. My problem is that I'm having a data frame with 5 columns and I want ...
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Does coarse coding with radial basis function generate fewer features?

I am learning about discretization of state space when applying reinforcement learning to continuous state space. In this video the instructor at 2:02 the instructor says that one benefit of this ...
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Multiple embedding layers?

How would one go about inputting multiple high dimensionality categorical columns using TensorFlow's Embedding Feature Columns? Does that even make sense to do? For example: for a car price predictor,...
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Convolution layer neurons when extracting multiple feature maps

I've recently been reading up on CNNs and this part of the architecture is really confusing me. Assume, I have an input of size [32*32*3] and pass it to a convolution layer. Now, if my kernel size ...
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Is the number of feature maps equal to the number of kernels in the LeNet 5 architecture?

In LeNet 5's first layer, the number of feature maps is equal to the number of kernels. However, the second convolutional layer has a depth different from the 3rd layer. Does the filter size dictate ...
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What is a temporal feature?

What is a temporal feature, what features make something temporal in nature? Is this problem agnostic? How does it change from different fields of study?
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Which neuron represents which part of the input?

In a neural network, each neuron represents some part of the input. For example, in the case of a MNIST digit, consider the stem of the number 9. Each neuron in the NN represents some part of this ...
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Does the correlation between inputs affect the model performance?

I'm currently working on a regression problem and I have 10 inputs/attributes. What should I do if there are correlations between different features of the input data? Does the correlation between ...
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How to add more features to the input of a machine learning algorithm?

I am trying to perform a binary classification of tweets using machine learning. The usual way of doing this seems to be putting a hand-classified tweet's words into a big vector, then use that ...