The Immersion of Directed Multi-graphs in Embedding Fields. Generalisations

04/28/2020 ∙ by Bogdan Bocse, et al. ∙ 0

The purpose of this paper is to outline a generalised model for representing hybrids of relational-categorical, symbolic, perceptual-sensory and perceptual-latent data, so as to embody, in the same architectural data layer, representations for the input, output and latent tensors. This variety of representation is currently used by various machine-learning models in computer vision, NLP/NLU, reinforcement learning which allows for direct application of cross-domain queries and functions. This is achieved by endowing a directed Tensor-Typed Multi-Graph with at least some edge attributes which represent the embeddings from various latent spaces, so as to define, construct and compute new similarity and distance relationships between and across tensorial forms, including visual, linguistic, auditory latent representations, thus stitching the logical-categorical view of the observed universe to the Bayesian/statistical view.

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