On the underestimation of convex linear models by convex logarithm linear models

On the underestimation of convex linear models by convex logarithm linear models – This work tries to tackle the problem of convex optimization of continuous functions by using deep generative models. We show that the inference step can be computed to approximate a convex function. We also show that deep generative models can be interpreted as a machine learning approach. To this end, we first propose a novel framework for solving deep generative models: we use a deep neural network as a generator. Then we integrate our deep model into a deep learning architecture such as Deepmind for learning the inference step. The resulting inference step can be computed and updated to represent the objective function using a deep generative model. Finally, we use both deep generative models and machine learning approaches to model the objective function. The proposed approach is evaluated on three datasets: CIFAR-10, LFW-20 and COCO. Our experiments show that our approach outperforms both the state-of-the-art and the deep generative model models on both datasets.

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On the underestimation of convex linear models by convex logarithm linear models

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