Towards an understanding of CNNs: analysing the recovery of activation pathways via Deep Convolutional Sparse Coding

26 Jun 2018Michael MurrayJared Tanner

Deep Convolutional Sparse Coding (D-CSC) is a framework reminiscent of deep convolutional neural networks (DCNNs), but by omitting the learning of the dictionaries one can more transparently analyse the role of the activation function and its ability to recover activation paths through the layers. Papyan, Romano, and Elad conducted an analysis of such an architecture, demonstrated the relationship with DCNNs and proved conditions under which the D-CSC is guaranteed to recover specific activation paths... (read more)

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