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In this paper, we present our vision of so called zero-shot learning for databases which is a new learning approach for database components.
In this work, we overcome this assumption operating on the open world setting, where no limit is imposed on the compositional space at test time, and the search space contains a large number of unseen compositions.
Many cyber network defense tools rely on the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) to provide timely information on known vulnerabilities that exist within systems on a given network.
We propose a novel loss for generative models, dubbed as GRaWD (Generative Random Walk Deviation), to improve learning representations of unexplored visual spaces.
While we define a cross-modal triplet loss to ensure the discriminative nature of the shared space, an innovative cross-modal attention learning strategy is also proposed to guide feature extraction from the image domain exploiting information from the respective sketch counterpart.
AutoMTP is realized by adopting a rule-based system for the algorithm selection step and a flexible neural network architecture that can be used for the several subfields of MTP.
Our model transfers knowledge from pretrained image and sentence encoders and achieves strong performance with only 3M image text pairs, 133x smaller than CLIP.
Vision models trained on multimodal datasets have recently proved very efficient, both in terms of the wide availability of large image-caption datasets, and in terms of the resulting model's ability to generalize to multiple downstream tasks (e. g. zero-shot learning).
In ZSL, the common practice is to train a mapping function between the visual and semantic feature spaces with labeled seen class examples.