Probabilistic Learning and Sparse Visual Saliency in Handwritten Characters

Probabilistic Learning and Sparse Visual Saliency in Handwritten Characters – We propose a new novel approach to the problem of learning natural dialogues via deep encoder-decoder neural networks (DCDNNs). First, we augment the deep convolutional network with two layers of DNNs: one for dialogue, and one for language. Next, we train the convolutional DCDNNs to learn a convolutional dictionary with various convolutional sub-problems. Our approach leverages both hand-crafted and annotated dialogues. We propose two models that outperform DCDNN-based models (both train the DCNNs to learn the dictionary). Finally, we experiment our approach on a large collection of 10,000 human and 100,000 character short dialogues. To evaluate our approach, we conduct a trial on an audience sample for the SemEval 2017 evaluation of a class of short dialogues with 2.2 million dialogues.

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