Questions tagged [learning-algorithms]

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How do you interpret this learning curve?

Loss is MSE; orange is validation loss, blue training loss. The task is NN regression (18 inputs, 2 outputs), one layer 300 hidden units. Tuning the lr, mom, l2 regularization parameters this is the ...
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Unable to train Coach for Banana-v0 Gym environment

I have just started playing with Reinforcement learning and starting from the basics I'm trying to figure out how to solve Banana Gym with coach. Essentially ...
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Is it possible to do K-nearest-neighbours before training DNN

The following X-shape alternated pattern can be separated quite well and super fast by K-nearest Neighbour algorithm (go to http://ml-playground.com to test it): However, DNN seems to face great ...
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How does Atlas from Boston Dynamics have human-like movement?

Discussing the video More Parkour Atlas a friend asked how the robot's movement where so similar to the one from a real human and wondering how this is achieve? To my knowledge this is not something ...
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Algorithm to solve a fault independent of its type

I am looking to plan a solution for a workspace fault and not hardware faults. Consider a task where a robot has to move balls from one place to another. In case it faces any condition which is ...
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Using ML to analyze Facebook posts

First of all, I should mention that I have a very basic knowledge of ML so I apologize if this question seems trivial or stupid. I am working on a small personal project, basically an app that ...
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How to use FSICFR (or CFRM) trained result in real dice game playing

I trained a Liar Dice game (similar rule please refer to https://www.wikihow.com/Play-Liar%27s-Dice , and i am using 2 player + 1 dice vs 1 dice) with FSICFR algorithm and got an information set with ...
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Use AI to auto-correlate the words of human-translated texts?

There are many, many literary works in the public domain, along with human translations, many of which have entered the public domain as well. (Public domain = easily available) In order for me to ...
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Can we define the AI singularity mathematically?

The "AI Singularity" or "Technological Singularity" is a vague term that roughly seems to refer to the idea of: Humans can design algorithms Humans can improve algorithms Eventually algorithms we ...
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Artificial intelligence as a product of algorithms

Is this approach nonsense since reason produces algorithms as a method of solving problems. The algorithm is a sequence of events that perform a task till completion of the problem. Reason is ...
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how to predict the stock of food items using ai

Actually, I want to make an AI model which tells the seller about the maintaining stock of food items as a parameter of time and eventually learns by itself with the customer buying data (problem - ...
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What is the difference between people and Neural-Network models?

There are many people trying to show how computer models are still very different from humans, but I fail to see in what way are people different from neural models in anything but complexity? The ...
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AI learning by demonstration for web navigation

I don't know what to search for, so I'll try to describe what I'm trying to do : I want an AI that learns by showing it how to navigate on the Internet. Let's say I want to save 50 images from a ...
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Why we use LIFO(Last in First Out) queue in depth first search?

As, we use FIFO(First In First Out) queue in breadth search algorithm but in depth first search we use LIFO.Why we use LIFO instead of FIFO in depth first search?
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What are the algebraic properties of intelligence?

Some have said, "Two heads are better than one." That's true if they are collaborating. If not, the two together may be worse than zero. Although that's a rhetorical opening paragraph, this is a ...
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Does a solution for Wumpus World with neural networks exist?

The Wumpus World proposed in book of Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig, is a game which happens on a 4x4 board and the objective is to grab the gold and avoiding the threats that can kill you. The rules ...
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What is the approach to deduce formal rules based on data?

We have data in text format as sentences. The goal is to detect rules which exist in this set of sentences. I have a limited set of contextless sentences that fit a pattern and want to find the ...
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How do I train a bot to solve Katona style problems?

Cognitive psychology is researched since the 1940s. The idea was to understand human problem solving and the importants of heuristics in it. George Katona (an early psychologist) published in the ...
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What's an appropriate algorithm for classification with categorical features?

My input data consists of a series of 8 integers. Each integer is a discrete token, rather than a relative numeric value (i.e. '1' and '2' are as distinct as are '1' and '100'). The output is a ...
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Why not teach to a NN not only what is true, but also what is not true?

I'm not a person who studies neural networks, or does anything that is related with that area, but I have seen a couple of seminars, videos (such as 3Blue1Brown's Series), and what I am always told is ...
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How basically AI synthesize thinking?

In the instance like AlphaGo Zero. How N' why AlphaGo Zero's training is so stable? Compared with traditional game theory applied in Deep RN technique!? How "AlphaGo Zero" differs from "...
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Teaching a NN to manipulate pseudoRNG over a long time scale?

For speedrunning purposes, I am trying to train a neural network to identify human-executable ways to manipulate pseudo-RNG (in Pokemon Red, for the interested). The game runs at sixty frames per ...
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Which machine learning algorithm is suitable for detecting text w.r.t set of words

Considering the scenario where supervised training data-set in the form of sentence will be given to train the machine The Bomb which had been planted by Terrorist on this morning was defused by ...
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Where do 'random seeds' get used in deep neural networks?

I know that when creating neural networks it's standard practice to create a 'random seed' so that you can get producible results in your models. I have a couple of questions regarding this: Is the ...
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Value iteration algorithm from pseudo-code to C++

I am having a difficult time translating this pseudocode into functional C++ code. At line 10: The value function is represented as V[s], which has a bracket notation like arrays. Is this a separate ...
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Which is best: evaluation of states or probability of moves?

If you have a game and you are training an AI there seems to be two ways to do it. First you take the game-state and a possible move and evaluate whether this move would be good or bad: (1) ...
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Can we use the recursive least squares as a learning algorithm to an ADALINE?

I'm new to neural network, I study electrical engineering, and i just started working with ADALINEs. I use Matlab, and in their Documentation they cite : However, here the LMS (least mean squares) ...
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In the multi-linear regression, how is the value of weight $b_2$ calculated?

In multivariate linear regression (linear regression with more than one variable) the model is $yi = b_0 + b_1x_{1i} + b_2x_{2i} + ...$ , and so on. But how is the $b_n$ value calculated iteratively? ...
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Predict frequently purchased items under certain conditions with customer purchasing history data

I have purchasing history data for grocery shopping. I am trying to get abnormally frequently purchased items under certain conditions. For instance, I am trying to find frequently purchased items, ...
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Recommend item from set based on features

Forgive what might be a basic question. I'm just experimenting with ML / AL and I have a small problem set and I'd like to see if it can be solved with ML / AI. Basically, given a set of objects ...
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what is the proof behind the gradient of a curve being equal/proportional to the distance between the two co-ordinates in the x-axis [closed]

In the delta rule the equation to adjust the weight with respect to error is :- where is the Learning Rate and E is the ...
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Artificial Intelligence and Automatic Scheduling

I do not have background in Artificial Intelligence related algorithms etc. But I have a scheduling problem that needs to be resolved. For example, employees need to be scheduled for on call. They ...
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How do stacked denoising autoencoders work

I've been studying a recommender system which uses a collaborative deep learning approach and Bayesian learning. It has the following NN representation : I need to know the working of stacked ...
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Natural language processing with a continuous dependent variable

I have a large number of observations. Each observation contains: dependent variable: a scores ranging from 0 - 100 independent variable: a large article I want to know which words or phrases ...
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Trading off “Memory” vs “Optimization”

I've been researching the following topic. Or rather, I would like to but I can't find anything because I'm not sure what to look for. I am interested weather there are some concepts or models that ...
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Machine learning algorithm for xml manipulation

Given a virtual game map (picture) and a racing car at the map's starting point, I'm trying to build an algorithm that would help me generate a route that would get the car from the beginning to the ...
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Approaches to an algorithm for crossing a road

I want to write an algorithm which indicates to a robot the first point in time when it is reasonably safe to cross a road. Assume that the robot's goal is to travel to a location that requires a ...
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Is a decision tree less suitable for incremental learning than e.g. a neural net?

I can recall that a professor once said that decision trees are not good for incremental learning, as they have to be rebuilt from the ground up if new training examples arrive. Is this basically ...
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Why do Decision Tree Learning Algorithm preferably outputs the smallest Decision Tree?

I have been following the ML course by Tom Mitchel. The inherent assumption while using Decision Tree Learning Algo is: The algo. preferably chooses a Decision Tree which is the smallest. Why is ...
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Which AI branch should I follow for Natural Language Processing problem?

I'm doing some testings on NLP and I was thinking to write a code that works like this. Subject -> User input -> Output Dog ownership -> I own a dog -> Yes Dog ownership -> My dog is called Joe -> ...
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Will computers be able to understand user emotions? How far are we?

My research is in the field of the Affective Computing, particularly I'm studying the part of emotion recognition which is, indeed recognising the emotions that are being felt by the user/subject. ...
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How do big companies apply machine learning?

I was wondering about how recommendation on youtube work for example ? How are the algorithms applied, because every user gets different recommendations depending on his location, his past liked ...
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Recognition of abbreviated text

I want to write a program that looks at abbreviated words, then figures out what the words are. For example, the abbreviation is "blk comp", and the translation is "black computer". In order to give ...
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Perceptron learning

There is an example related to perceptron learning, but I couldn't get it, I don't exactly know how to solve it. There is a snippet from lecture notes. What is the transformation between epochs?
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How can artificial intelligence (including deep learning algorithms) find suspicious patterns in the body’s biochemistry?

It has been suggested that machine learning algorithms (also Watson) can help with finding disease in patient images and optimize scans. Also that deep learning algorithms show promise for every type ...
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Which learning algorithms are suitable for data leakage detection and prevention?

I'm investigating applications of AI algorithms which can be used for data leakage detection and prevention within an intranet network (like Forcepoint). More specifically detecting traffic patterns. ...