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KNAS: Green Neural Architecture Search [article]

Jingjing Xu, Liang Zhao, Junyang Lin, Rundong Gao, Xu Sun, Hongxia Yang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Many existing neural architecture search (NAS) solutions rely on downstream training for architecture evaluation, which takes enormous computations.  ...  According to this hypothesis, we propose a new kernel based architecture search approach KNAS.  ...  KNAS: Green Neural Architecture Search Zhang, H., Dauphin, Y. N., and Ma, T. Fixup initialization: Residual learning without normalization.  ... 
arXiv:2111.13293v1 fatcat:fz4p37bk2jgxnn2qfc6ffvvfwu

Demystifying the Neural Tangent Kernel from a Practical Perspective: Can it be trusted for Neural Architecture Search without training? [article]

Jisoo Mok, Byunggook Na, Ji-Hoon Kim, Dongyoon Han, Sungroh Yoon
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In Neural Architecture Search (NAS), reducing the cost of architecture evaluation remains one of the most crucial challenges.  ...  utilized to estimate the performance of a neural architecture at initialization.  ...  A conceptualized view of how (a) the NTK of a lowaccuracy architecture and (b) that of a high-accuracy architecture evolve during training (gray → green).  ... 
arXiv:2203.14577v1 fatcat:il6cxrdcjzbd3ig7hxuqzohe2a

Unifying and Boosting Gradient-Based Training-Free Neural Architecture Search [article]

Yao Shu, Zhongxiang Dai, Zhaoxuan Wu, Bryan Kian Hsiang Low
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Neural architecture search (NAS) has gained immense popularity owing to its ability to automate neural architecture design.  ...  Interestingly, HNAS is able to enjoy the advantages of both training-free (i.e., superior search efficiency) and training-based (i.e., remarkable search effectiveness) NAS, which we have demonstrated through  ...  SNAS: Stochastic neural architecture search. In Proc. ICLR, 2019. Xu, J., Zhao, L., Lin, J., Gao, R., Sun, X., and Yang, H. KNAS: Green neural architecture search. In Proc.  ... 
arXiv:2201.09785v1 fatcat:svcok7mrwvhmxlrdktcofsjhhi

Advances in paraganglioma-pheochromocytoma cell lines and xenografts

Jean-Pierre Bayley, Peter Devilee
2020 Endocrine-Related Cancer  
We outline the strengths and weaknesses of various models and emphasize the recurring theme that, despite the major challenges involved, more effort is required in the search for valid human and animal  ...  Although neurofibromin is widely expressed, defects in NF1 disrupt cell growth and neural development in particular.  ...  development, consistent with the interesting idea that pheochromocytomas develop from neural progenitors that do not normally persist beyond early development.  ... 
doi:10.1530/erc-19-0434 pmid:33112800 fatcat:xzfg6rxpc5bfrndi5dwu7z5ire

Neurophysiological and Computational Principles of Cortical Rhythms in Cognition

Xiao-Jing Wang
2010 Physiological Reviews  
A second study used a visual search task and found that the LFP coherence between LIP and FEF is enhanced at ϳ20 Hz in guided search (which involves top-down signaling from FEF) when distractors resemble  ...  In summary, network architecture is a predominant determinant of spatiotemporal neural activity patterns, the richness and complexity of which are only beginning to be revealed and promise to be a fertile  ... 
doi:10.1152/physrev.00035.2008 pmid:20664082 pmcid:PMC2923921 fatcat:m5xm2wpx2ne7rhc5iwjg45muca

Genomic structure and expression of Jmjd6 and evolutionary analysis in the context of related JmjC domain containing proteins

Phillip Hahn, Jens Böse, Stefanie Edler, Andreas Lengeling
2008 BMC Genomics  
Using a sequence segment N-terminal of the Jmjd6 JmjC domain as query for a reciprocal BLAST search, we identified homologous sequences in 62 species across all major phyla.  ...  Helices are depicted in green.  ...  , depicted in Figure 1 in green).  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2164-9-293 pmid:18564434 pmcid:PMC2453528 fatcat:zlqe2fggqbh5rhenqm6ppdgvsa

Community detection in node-attributed social networks: a survey [article]

Petr Chunaev
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Namely, we perform an exhaustive search of known methods and propose a classification of them based on when and how structure and attributes are fused.  ...  Nodes with the highest PageRank values are filled green in Figure 9 so that the darker green means the higher PageRank.  ...  Relevant literature search process.  ... 
arXiv:1912.09816v2 fatcat:c6c72vhh7jgbxfdzo3fbps44q4

Modeling Sleep and Wakefulness in the Thalamocortical System

Sean Hill, Giulio Tononi
2005 Journal of Neurophysiology  
Red and green boxes (in A) during the waking mode and the sleep mode indicate the time window (10 ms) of the averaged activity.  ...  The model is the first to integrate intrinsic neuronal properties with detailed thalamocortical anatomy and reproduce neural activity patterns in both wakefulness and sleep, thereby providing a powerful  ...  Feedback connections (shown in green) show the projection pattern from L2-3 to L5-6, and from L5-6 to Rp and Tp.  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.00915.2004 pmid:15537811 fatcat:o67u2ygei5gqdbdnkfvv6wxxdi

Decoding the organization of spinal circuits that control locomotion

Ole Kiehn
2016 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
in fish, flying in insects and birds, and overground locomotion in limbed animals, and is the output of numerous integrated brain activities that allow the animal to find its way, escape predators or search  ...  Much of the early work on spinal locomotor networks was carried out in cats, in which it was shown that monoamine precursors could evoke locomotor-like neural activity in spinal cords that were isolated  ...  Rhythm generation is often thought of as being generated by cellular properties in combination with circuit architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn.2016.9 pmid:26935168 pmcid:PMC4844028 fatcat:hvx7hguuq5cgpivwk45bbylghm

High-entropy materials for catalysis: A new frontier

Yifan Sun, Sheng Dai
2021 Science Advances  
A and B sites in the perovskite oxide structures are highlighted in blue/white and green/white, respectively.  ...  For example, convolutional neural networks allow accurate and efficient prediction of electronic properties.  ... 
doi:10.1126/sciadv.abg1600 pmid:33980494 fatcat:4j5tttyryngn5ec5r7uu36nxdq

Molecular and functional bases of coordination in early branching metazoans – insights from physiology and investigations of potassium channels in the Porifera

Gabrielle Jean Tompkins MacDonald
2010
Putative KNa sequences in the A. queenslandica genome A tblastx search of translated nucleotide databases at NCBI revealed that the highest degree of similarity with the Kosik sequence SubT_KCa was not  ...  Physiology of KNa channels In rat, KNa channels, including Slick (slo2.1) and Slack (slo2.2) have been localized to the heart and nervous system (Bhattacharjee et al., 2002; Bhattacharjee et al., 2003  ...  Yellow highlighting represents sequences that I independently recovered through blast searches of the A. queenslandica trace files.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r34q4v fatcat:exk45o2emfhwnaemuq7biusj5i

A reinforcement learning algorithm for operations planning of a hydroelectric power multireservoir system

Alaa Eatzaz Abdalla
2007
in the training step of the neural functions.  ...  Hence, a one-step-ahead search yields the long-term optimal actions.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0063269 fatcat:zycp6fulibdb3g4pqc65ynfnum

PHENOMENOLOGY MIND NEW TRENDS IN PHILOSOPHY

Laura Caponetto, Bianca Cepollaro, Stefano Besoli, Paolo Costa, Bruno Kessler, Trento, Vincenzo Costa, Giuseppe Di, Salvatore, Fondazione Campostrini, Verona, Shaun Gallagher (+9 others)
2017 THE ONLINE JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY   unpublished
Following Green, I will claim that we can perceive a mental state by perceiving part of it (Green, 2010) .  ...  Therefore, as Greene (2013) explains, our  ...  In this paper, I discuss the classical model of one-to-one mappings between mental and neural entities, inherited from phrenology, and make its assumptions explicit.  ... 
fatcat:m5lrgt6spzfwdnyymzocq7wc6a

ATP-dependent chromatin remodelers - Analysis of expression patterns and impact on gene regulation

Nina Rosa Neuendorff, Brehm, Alexander (Prof.)
2013
So far, CHD5 expression was thought to be restricted to neural-related tissues.  ...  This suggests that CHD5 expression in brain is restricted to neural stem cells and probably also to neurons.  ...  SYBR Green real-time PCR Material Source Absolute QPCR SYBR Green Mix Thermo Scientific Thermo-Fast® 96 (0.2ml non-skirted 96-well PCR plates) Thermo Scientific Adhesive PCR Film Thermo Scientific Aqua  ... 
doi:10.17192/z2013.0131 fatcat:wmar3b5zfzfpvphrb2x4v5st2q
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