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Optimizing training sets used for setting up inspection-related algorithms

Published in US Patent Office, 2019

Methods and systems for training an inspection-related algorithm are provided. One system includes one or more computer subsystems configured for performing an initial training of an inspection-related algorithm with a labeled set of defects thereby generating an initial version of the inspection-related algorithm and applying the initial version of the inspection-related algorithm to an unlabeled set of defects. Read more

Graph construction from data using non negative kernel regression (NNK graphs) - Journal draft

Published in arXiv Preprints, 2019

Data driven graph constructions are often used in various applications, including several machine learning tasks, where the goal is to make predictions and discover patterns. However, learning an optimal graph from data is still a challenging task. Weighted K-nearest neighbor and ϵ-neighborhood methods are among the most common graph construction methods, due to their computational simplicity but the choice of parameters such as K and ϵ associated with these methods is often ad hoc and lacks a clear interpretation. Read more

Graph Construction from Data by Non-Negative Kernel Regression

Published in IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2020

Data driven graph constructions are often used in machine learning applications. However, learning an optimal graph from data is still a challenging task. K-nearest neighbor and ϵ-neighborhood methods are among the most common graph construction methods, due to their computational simplicity, but the choice of parameters such as K and ϵ associated with these methods is often ad hoc and lacks a clear interpretation. Read more

Graph-based Deep Learning Analysis and Instance Selection

Published in IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP), 2020

While deep learning is a powerful tool for manyapplications, there has been only limited research about selectionof data for training, i.e., instance selection, which enhances deeplearning scalability by saving computational resources. Read more

Efficient graph construction for image representation

Best student paper Published in IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 2020

Graphs are useful to interpret widely used image processing methods, e.g., bilateral filtering, or to develop new ones, e.g., kernel based techniques. However, simple graph constructions are often used, where edge weight and connectivity depend on a few parameters. In particular, the sparsity of the graph is determined by the choice of a window size. Read more