Monthly Archives: July 2019

Guest post by Julien Mairal: A Kernel Point of View on Convolutional Neural Networks, part II

This is a continuation of Julien Mairal‘s guest post on CNNs, see part I here. Stability to deformations of convolutional neural networks In their ICML paper Zhang et al. introduce a functional space for CNNs with one layer, by noticing … Continue reading

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Guest post by Julien Mairal: A Kernel Point of View on Convolutional Neural Networks, part I

    I (n.b., Julien Mairal) have been interested in drawing links between neural networks and kernel methods for some time, and I am grateful to Sebastien for giving me the opportunity to say a few words about it on … Continue reading

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