Semi-Supervised Learning for Image-Templates

Semi-Supervised Learning for Image-Templates – We present a novel method to model the human gaze through a multi-spectral image of an object. Using deep neural networks, the network learns to learn a map and map directions for a given image from a few image features. The method can be used to extract objects from the image, or it can be used to infer features from a single image. We show how to learn the mapping, with deep learning that learns to model the image, and learning to infer the features (i.e. the map direction). The proposed algorithm is evaluated on four different benchmark datasets and shows promising results.

We consider the problem of saliency detection in biomedical data, where a human is equipped with a deep understanding of a chemical structure. This task involves two types of inference: sampling from a set of samples and analyzing the underlying context in the samples. We propose an algorithm that learns to infer the underlying context from the samples. This enables us to accurately predict the context of a given sample to reveal its presence and the structure of the underlying chemical structure. We demonstrate that using this technique is significantly faster than directly sampling from a single sample, making it suitable for a variety of biomedical data.

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Semi-Supervised Learning for Image-Templates

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    Fully Automatic Saliency Prediction from Saline WalorsWe consider the problem of saliency detection in biomedical data, where a human is equipped with a deep understanding of a chemical structure. This task involves two types of inference: sampling from a set of samples and analyzing the underlying context in the samples. We propose an algorithm that learns to infer the underlying context from the samples. This enables us to accurately predict the context of a given sample to reveal its presence and the structure of the underlying chemical structure. We demonstrate that using this technique is significantly faster than directly sampling from a single sample, making it suitable for a variety of biomedical data.


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