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The previous answer has given a good insight into the difference between two areas. I would like to give more examples. Semi-Supervised Learning work with improving the data set by adding up new examples. There are iterative systems where we train a model on a given dataset and improve the model further after deploying it on the real world by adding ...


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Semi-supervised learning is a combination of supervised and unsupervised learning. In semi-supervised learning, there are two datasets: a labelled one and an unlabelled one. There are two main problems that can be solved using semi-supervised learning: transductive learning and inductive learning (generalisation). In the case of transductive learning, the ...


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Both semi-supervised and self-supervised methods are similar in the sense that the goal is to learn with fewer labels per class. The way both formulate this is quite different: Self-Supervised Learning: This line of work aims to learn image representations without requiring human-annotated labels and then use those learned representations on some ...


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The authors of your cited paper use the term graph-based semi-supervised learning (G-SSL) to refer to semi-supervised learning techniques which take graph structured data as their input. Given their main example, the MNIST dataset, is not graph structured, they detail a method for converting the raw Euclidean data $X$ into said form (represented by its ...


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Have a look at and read the paper Playing Atari with Deep Reinforcement Learning, which describes deep Q-learning (i.e. Q-learning with neural networks). In particular, have a look at algorithm 1 (on page 5). As it is usually the case in deep learning, gradient descent and back-propagation are used to update the parameters (or weights) of the neural network, ...


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so assuming your not allowed to use transfer methodologies (like take an already exisiting elephant object detector) my recommendation is to train a CNN classifier (labels are binary-- elephant exist, elephant doesnt exist) and then use strategies founded in like grad cam. Note there does exist a gradcam++ but because you can assure theres only one instance, ...


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