Generalization measures are intensively studied in the machine learning community for better modeling generalization gaps.
Inverse Reinforcement Learning (IRL) is attractive in scenarios where reward engineering can be tedious.
Furthermore, we utilize differentiable Levenberg-Marquardt (LM) optimization to refine a pose fast and accurately by minimizing the feature-metric error between the input and rendered image representations without the need of zooming in.
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To cope with the difficulty, we introduce a deep graph matching network that establishes object correspondence between an image pair.
Large-scale distributed training of deep neural networks results in models with worse generalization performance as a result of the increase in the effective mini-batch size.
Hierarchical Matrix (H-matrix) is an approximation technique which splits a target dense matrix into multiple submatrices, and where a selected portion of submatrices are low-rank approximated.
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Importantly, the benefits of Bayesian principles are preserved: predictive probabilities are well-calibrated, uncertainties on out-of-distribution data are improved, and continual-learning performance is boosted.
Large-scale distributed training of deep neural networks suffer from the generalization gap caused by the increase in the effective mini-batch size.
With distributed memory optimizations, on the other hand, we report near-optimal efficiency in the weak scalability study with respect to both the logarithmic communication complexity as well as the theoretical scaling complexity of FMM.
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Fast multipole methods (FMM) on distributed mem- ory have traditionally used a bulk-synchronous model of com- municating the local essential tree (LET) and overlapping it with computation of the local data.
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