Estimating Energy Requirements for Computation of Complex Interactions

Estimating Energy Requirements for Computation of Complex Interactions – We present a method for inferring the relative costs of two types of interactions: (1) a dynamic equilibrium where the costs of two types interact and (2) a heterogeneous equilibrium where the costs of heterogeneous types interact jointly. Such a model can also be used to determine the relative value of the costs of different types of interactions. In the last research work, we show that the cost function of a dynamic equilibrium can be expressed as a finite-state program. This program can be learned with finite energy consumption. We provide a new method of inferring the relative costs of heterogeneous and dynamic equilibrium. We compare the two types of interactions and demonstrate how these two types of interactions can be learned.

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Estimating Energy Requirements for Computation of Complex Interactions

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    Recognizing and Improving Textual Video by Interpreting Video DescriptionsThis paper addresses the problem of extracting semantic features from textual data. We firstly present a new semantic segmentation method, namely Multistructure-Based Semantic Segmentation (MBSSE), that takes advantage of a semantic segmentation model to obtain better semantic features than the existing ones. Empirical evaluations on three datasets, including the MS-10 dataset, also demonstrate performance improvement over the existing ones. Furthermore, we compare MBSSE with a state-of-the-art semantic segmentation method, based on the Multistructure-based Temporal Segmentation.


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