Tensor-based algorithms for image classification

by   Stefan Klus, et al.

The interest in machine learning with tensor networks has been growing rapidly in recent years. The goal is to exploit tensor-structured basis functions in order to generate exponentially large feature spaces which are then used for supervised learning. We will propose two different tensor approaches for quantum-inspired machine learning. One is a kernel-based reformulation of the previously introduced MANDy, the other an alternating ridge regression in the tensor-train format. We will apply both methods to the MNIST and fashion MNIST data set and compare the results with state-of-the-art neural network-based classifiers.


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