For rigour, we first establish the physical meaning of the phase and amplitude in CF, and show that this provides a feasible way of balancing the accuracy and diversity of generation.
To relieve this issue, we introduce an efficient optimisation method on a statistical manifold defined under an approximate Wasserstein distance, which allows for explicit metrics and computable operations, thus significantly stabilising and improving the EMM estimation.
To resolve this issue, we design a new cost function, which is capable of controlling the balance between the phase and the amplitude contribution to the solution.
1 code implementation • 7 Feb 2019 • Łukasz Kidziński, Carmichael Ong, Sharada Prasanna Mohanty, Jennifer Hicks, Sean F. Carroll, Bo Zhou, Hongsheng Zeng, Fan Wang, Rongzhong Lian, Hao Tian, Wojciech Jaśkowski, Garrett Andersen, Odd Rune Lykkebø, Nihat Engin Toklu, Pranav Shyam, Rupesh Kumar Srivastava, Sergey Kolesnikov, Oleksii Hrinchuk, Anton Pechenko, Mattias Ljungström, Zhen Wang, Xu Hu, Zehong Hu, Minghui Qiu, Jun Huang, Aleksei Shpilman, Ivan Sosin, Oleg Svidchenko, Aleksandra Malysheva, Daniel Kudenko, Lance Rane, Aditya Bhatt, Zhengfei Wang, Penghui Qi, Zeyang Yu, Peng Peng, Quan Yuan, Wenxin Li, Yunsheng Tian, Ruihan Yang, Pingchuan Ma, Shauharda Khadka, Somdeb Majumdar, Zach Dwiel, Yinyin Liu, Evren Tumer, Jeremy Watson, Marcel Salathé, Sergey Levine, Scott Delp
In the NeurIPS 2018 Artificial Intelligence for Prosthetics challenge, participants were tasked with building a controller for a musculoskeletal model with a goal of matching a given time-varying velocity vector.
Mixture modelling using elliptical distributions promises enhanced robustness, flexibility and stability over the widely employed Gaussian mixture model (GMM).