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Part of: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 27 (NIPS 2014) L-BFGS has been applied as an effective parameter estimation method for various machine learning algorithms since 1980s.
Second, we propose a new L-BFGS algorithm, called Vector-free L-BFGS, which avoids the expensive dot product operations in the two loop recursion and greatly improves computation efficiency with a great degree of parallelism.
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Lecture 7 | Training Neural Networks II
Lecture 7 continues our discussion of practical issues for training neural networks. We discuss different update rules commonly used to optimize neural networks ...
6. Advanced Optimization
Video from Coursera - Standford University - Course: Machine Learning:
Efficient Second-order Optimization for Machine Learning
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UW Allen School Colloquium: David Knowles (Stanford University)
Abstract Splicing, the cellular process by which "junk" intronic regions are removed from precursor messenger RNA, is tightly regulated in healthy human ...
Stochastic gradient descent
Stochastic gradient descent is a gradient descent optimization method for minimizing an objective function that is written as a sum of differentiable functions.
Mod-06 Lec-16 Quasi-Newton Methods - Rank One Correction, DFP Method
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