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by M. Vidyasagar

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  • ISBN 3540761209
  • ISBN13 978-3540761204
  • Language English
  • Author M. Vidyasagar
  • Publisher Springer-Verlag Telos (January 15, 1997)
  • Pages 383
  • Formats mbr rtf lit lrf
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Computer Science
  • Size ePub 1191 kb
  • Size Fb2 1510 kb
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Provides a formal mathematical theory for addressing intuitive questions of the type: How does a machine learn a new concept on the basis of examples? How can a neural network, after sufficient training, correctly predict the output of a previously unseen input? How much training is required to achieve a specified level of accuracy in the prediction? How can one "identify" the dynamical behaviour of a nonlinear control system by observing its input-output behaviour over a finite interval of time? This text treats the problem of machine learning in conjunction with the theory of empirical processes, the latter being a well-established branch of probability theory. The treatment of both topics side by side leads to new insights, as well as new results in both topics.

Provides a formal mathematical theory for addressing intuitive questions of the type: How does a machine learn a new concept on the basis of. .Series: Electronic Workshops in Computing. Hardcover: 383 pages. Publisher: Springer-Verlag Telos (January 15, 1997).

Provides a formal mathematical theory for addressing intuitive questions of the type: How does a machine learn a new concept on the basis of examples? How can a neural network.

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The generalization ability of the reversed-wedge perceptron serving as a toy model for multilayer neural networks is.We present theoretical investigations via the replica theory of the storage capacities of committee machines with a large number M of hidden units and spherical weights.

The generalization ability of the reversed-wedge perceptron serving as a toy model for multilayer neural networks is investigated. We analyse the decomposition of the version space into disjoint cells belonging to different internal representations defined by the signs of the aligning fields.

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Although Generalization Theory that explains why Deep Learning generalizes so well is an open problem, in this article we would discuss most recent theoretical and empirical advances in the field that attempt to explain it. The Paradox of Deep Learning. An apparent paradox with Deep Learning is that it can generalize well in practice despite its large capacity, numerical instability, sharp minima, and nonrobustness.

Very commonly, ‘Generalization’ is given a narrow & objective definition of quantifying how well a certain Prediction algorithm . This is already very useful and yields useful: Theories like Statistic Learning Theory, VC Dimension.

Very commonly, ‘Generalization’ is given a narrow & objective definition of quantifying how well a certain Prediction algorithm is expected to predict on that specific prediction task in future or on unseen data. Concepts like Overfitting & how many Training samples are necessary for training a model. Practices like t splits. BUT one could also study generalization in a more broader/ abstract/ meaningful way

Unlike statistical learning theory, the proposed learning theory analyzes each problem . of the variation as well as in computing it when applicable

Unlike statistical learning theory, the proposed learning theory analyzes each problem instance individually via measure theory, rather than a set of problem instances via statistics. As a result, it provides different types of results and insights when compared to statistical learning theory. of the variation as well as in computing it when applicable. All the proofs in this paper are presented. instance-dependent in the theory of the generalization gap of the tuple (µ, Sm, Zm, LyˆA(Sm)) if the object ϕ is invariant under any change of any mathematical object that contains or depends on any µ¯ µ, any yˆ yˆA(Sm), or any S¯m such that S¯m Sm and S¯m Zm.