Subregular Complexity and Deep Learning

16 May 2017 Enes Avcu Chihiro Shibata Jeffrey Heinz

This paper argues that the judicial use of formal language theory and grammatical inference are invaluable tools in understanding how deep neural networks can and cannot represent and learn long-term dependencies in temporal sequences. Learning experiments were conducted with two types of Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) on six formal languages drawn from the Strictly Local (SL) and Strictly Piecewise (SP) classes... (read more)

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