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  1. Bootstrap aggregating

    procedures" (Breiman, 1996), which include, for example, artificial neural networks, classification and regression trees, and subset selection in linear

  2. CNN (disambiguation)

    Capone-N-Noreaga (C-N-N), a hip hop duo Cellular neural network, a parallel computing paradigm Convolutional neural network, a multilayer perceptron variation Condoms

  3. Bias–variance tradeoff

    when increasing the width of a neural network. This means that it is not necessary to control the size of a neural network to control variance. This does

  4. Dermatoscopy

    public image collections such as HAM10000 enabled application of convolutional neural networks. The latter approach has now shown experimental evidence of

  5. Jürgen Schmidhuber

    his postdoc Dan Ciresan also achieved dramatic speedups of convolutional neural networks (CNNs) on fast parallel computers called GPUs. An earlier CNN

  6. Traffic-sign recognition

    help. A convolutional neural network can be trained to take in these predefined traffic signs and 'learn' using Deep Learning techniques. The neural net in

  7. Transformer (machine learning model)

    in the field of natural language processing (NLP). Like recurrent neural networks (RNNs), Transformers are designed to handle sequential data, such as

  8. Receptive field

    also used in the context of artificial neural networks, most often in relation to convolutional neural networks (CNNs). When used in this sense, the term

  9. Keyword spotting

    and garbage model K-best hypothesis Iterative Viterbi decoding Convolutional neural network on Mel-frequency cepstrum coefficients Keyword spotting in document

  10. Tsetlin machine

    and more efficient primitives compared to more ordinary artificial neural networks, but while the method may be faster it has a steep drop in signal-to-noise