Search Results for author: Ibrahim Ayed

Found 8 papers, 4 papers with code

Module-wise Training of Residual Networks via the Minimizing Movement Scheme

no code implementations3 Oct 2022 Skander Karkar, Ibrahim Ayed, Emmanuel de Bézenac, Patrick Gallinari

Greedy layer-wise or module-wise training of neural networks is compelling in constrained and on-device settings, as it circumvents a number of problems of end-to-end back-propagation.

A Neural Tangent Kernel Perspective of GANs

1 code implementation10 Jun 2021 Jean-Yves Franceschi, Emmanuel de Bézenac, Ibrahim Ayed, Mickaël Chen, Sylvain Lamprier, Patrick Gallinari

We propose a novel theoretical framework of analysis for Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs).

LEADS: Learning Dynamical Systems that Generalize Across Environments

1 code implementation NeurIPS 2021 Yuan Yin, Ibrahim Ayed, Emmanuel de Bézenac, Nicolas Baskiotis, Patrick Gallinari

Both are sub-optimal: the former disregards the discrepancies between environments leading to biased solutions, while the latter does not exploit their potential commonalities and is prone to scarcity problems.

Augmenting Physical Models with Deep Networks for Complex Dynamics Forecasting

2 code implementations ICLR 2021 Yuan Yin, Vincent Le Guen, Jérémie Dona, Emmanuel de Bézenac, Ibrahim Ayed, Nicolas Thome, Patrick Gallinari

In this work, we introduce the APHYNITY framework, a principled approach for augmenting incomplete physical dynamics described by differential equations with deep data-driven models.

A Principle of Least Action for the Training of Neural Networks

1 code implementation17 Sep 2020 Skander Karkar, Ibrahim Ayed, Emmanuel de Bézenac, Patrick Gallinari

From this observation, we reformulate the learning problem as follows: finding neural networks which solve the task while transporting the data as efficiently as possible.

Learning Theory

Optimal Unsupervised Domain Translation

no code implementations4 Jun 2019 Emmanuel de Bézenac, Ibrahim Ayed, Patrick Gallinari

Domain Translation is the problem of finding a meaningful correspondence between two domains.


Learning Dynamical Systems from Partial Observations

no code implementations26 Feb 2019 Ibrahim Ayed, Emmanuel de Bézenac, Arthur Pajot, Julien Brajard, Patrick Gallinari

We consider the problem of forecasting complex, nonlinear space-time processes when observations provide only partial information of on the system's state.

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