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Convolutional Deep Exponential Families

10/27/2021
by   Chengkuan Hong, et al.
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We describe convolutional deep exponential families (CDEFs) in this paper. CDEFs are built based on deep exponential families, deep probabilistic models that capture the hierarchical dependence between latent variables. CDEFs greatly reduce the number of free parameters by tying the weights of DEFs. Our experiments show that CDEFs are able to uncover time correlations with a small amount of data.

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