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Robust Quantization: One Model to Rule Them All [article]

Moran Shkolnik, Brian Chmiel, Ron Banner, Gil Shomron, Yury Nahshan, Alex Bronstein, Uri Weiser
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We validate our method's effectiveness on different ImageNet models.  ...  To address this issue, we propose a method that provides intrinsic robustness to the model against a broad range of quantization processes.  ...  process, and without the need to re-train the model on customer side.  ... 
arXiv:2002.07686v3 fatcat:luxitsggobfijitm4kpeyav2my

One Model to Rule them All: Towards Zero-Shot Learning for Databases [article]

Benjamin Hilprecht, Carsten Binnig
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Furthermore, it can easily be extended to few-shot learning by further retraining the model on the unseen database.  ...  Zero-shot learning for databases is inspired by recent advances in transfer learning of models such as GPT-3 and can support a new database out-of-the box without the need to train a new model.  ...  Finally, we want to thank the Amazon Redshift team for valuable discussions.  ... 
arXiv:2105.00642v4 fatcat:3xxh3mcywba2te4b7szxsp4h7q

One Model to Rule them all: Multitask and Multilingual Modelling for Lexical Analysis [article]

Johannes Bjerva
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This is an important approach to explore further as the key to improving the reliability of NLP, especially for low-resource languages, is to take advantage of all relevant data whenever possible.  ...  Although these two types of learning may seem different on the surface, we will see that they share many similarities.  ...  to rule them all.  ... 
arXiv:1711.01100v1 fatcat:njotlhapbjggxkfndwa3wkwg4q

One Configuration to Rule Them All? Towards Hyperparameter Transfer in Topic Models using Multi-Objective Bayesian Optimization [article]

Silvia Terragni, Ismail Harrando, Pasquale Lisena, Raphael Troncy, Elisabetta Fersini
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Topic models are statistical methods that extract underlying topics from document collections.  ...  The obtained results reveal the conflicting nature of different objectives and that the training corpus characteristics are crucial for the hyperparameter selection, suggesting that it is possible to transfer  ...  We report the best 5 hyperparameter configuration for each model and metric on each dataset in the Appendix. Multi-objective hyperparameter optimization (RS #1) No topic model wins them all.  ... 
arXiv:2202.07631v1 fatcat:r7rmlvqdfrao3ky5moq7wjscdi

One Model to Rule Them All: An Integrative Approach to Matrix-Based Analyses in Neuroimaging Connectomics [article]

Gang Chen, Paul-Christian Bürkner, Paul A Taylor, Zhihao Li, Lijun Yin, Daniel R Glen, Joshua Kinnison Kinnison, Robert W Cox, Luiz Pessoa
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Here we offer an alternative approach that integrates the analyses of all the regions, region pairs (RPs) and subjects into one framework, called Bayesian multilevel (BML) modeling.  ...  We argue that these types of modeling strategies tend to be "inefficient" in statistical inferences and have many pitfalls, such as having strong dependence on arbitrary thresholding under conventional  ...  We thank Vitria Adisetiyo for her help and are indebted to the Stan development team for their technical support.  ... 
doi:10.1101/459545 fatcat:qejjiumuyjd33kufdbr36g3wby

One ring to rule them all? Genome sequencing provides new insights into the 'master circle' model of plant mitochondrial DNA structure

Daniel B. Sloan
2013 New Phytologist  
Recent deep sequencing analyses of mitochondrial genomes from numerous plant species have provided the opportunity to revisit this decades-old question from a novel perspective.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Dave McCauley and two anonymous reviewers for helpful comments on an earlier version of the manuscript, and I acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation  ...  (NSF) (MCB-1022128) for research on plant mtDNA structure in Silene.  ... 
doi:10.1111/nph.12395 pmid:24712049 fatcat:gikgkdk2xncbvj3mo642s6nn74

One model to rule them all? Modelling approaches across OneHealth for human, animal and plant epidemics

Adam Kleczkowski, Andy Hoyle, Paul McMenemy
2019 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
Finally, the paper advocates interactions between all fields and explores the future challenges facing modellers.  ...  Secondly, it considers the compartmental models based on the SIR paradigm within the broader concept of a 'disease tetrahedron' (comprising host, pathogen, environment and man) and uses it to review the  ...  In practice, it is often necessary to attempt to construct a predictive model based on insufficient and noisy data, which limits the capacity of models to capture all details of the real-world processes  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2018.0255 pmid:31056049 pmcid:PMC6553604 fatcat:hmp2tnbwd5eoroulzsva7mc3fm

When DevOps Meets Meta-Learning: A Portfolio to Rule them all

Benni Benjamin, Blay-Fornarino Mireille, Mosser Sebastien, Precisio Frederic, Jungbluth Gunther
2019 2019 ACM/IEEE 22nd International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems Companion (MODELS-C)  
In this paper, we present a set of criteria to be respected, and propose a pipeline-based meta-model, to support a DevOps approach in the context of Machine Learning Pipelines.  ...  The exploitation of this meta-model, both as a graph and as a logical expression, serves to ensure continuity between Dev and Ops.  ...  The addition of a new prediction or preprocessing algorithm must, therefore, lead to the determination of all consistent pipelines and then to the execution of a subset of them on all compatible datasets  ... 
doi:10.1109/models-c.2019.00092 dblp:conf/models/BenjaminMSFG19 fatcat:gntxfexpwzdwfimpmvlm2v2mnq

One SM*A*S*H to rule them all. A minimal model for particle physics and cosmology

Andreas Ringwald
Ringwald | One SM*A*S*H to rule them all, Seminar, Universität Mainz, D, 8 February 2017 | Page 7 The Big Five > Standard Model (SM) describes interactions of all known particles with remarkable  ...  SM*A*S*H to rule them all, Seminar, Universität Mainz, D, 8 February 2017 | Page 16 Andreas Ringwald | One SM*A*S*H to rule them all, Seminar, Universität Mainz, D, 8 February 2017 | Page 17 Andreas  ... 
doi:10.3204/pubdb-2017-00941 fatcat:m5cdu26ulra6lhnjur34k4sw6m

The importance of teaching english as a second language in Uzbekistan

N Jumamuratova
2022 Ренессанс в парадигме новаций образования и технологий в XXI веке  
The Republic of Uzbekistan can be a clear proof to it.  ...  English is considered to be the third largest language by number of native speakers (after Mandarin and Spanish).  ...  dialogue, playing it in pairs and compiling a similar one; answers to questions according to the model; retelling with transformation (which allows you to work out the skills of using grammatical forms  ... 
doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp176-177 fatcat:ad6knjkcorhulplnsj2wc4ilxi

Page 186 of Hispania Vol. 27, Issue 2 [page]

1944 Hispania  
But do not call them “grammatical rules.” Call them “working rules.” Tell your students that they may be useful to them when they have no models at hand, in the classroom conversations, for example.  ...  You should never, therefore, try to conceal those rules from your students. On the contrary, you should take every opportunity to show that they are lurking behind the models.  ... 

The effectiveness of visual aids in teaching foreign languages

M Usmonov
2022 Zamonaviy lingvistik tadqiqotlar: xorijiy tajribalar, istiqbolli izlanishlar va tillarni o'qitishning innovatsion usullari  
The article analyzes the effectiveness of visual aids in the process of teaching foreign languages and suggests ways to use them in the classroom.  ...  The use of visual aids in the educational process does not exclude traditional teaching methods, but is harmoniously combined with them at all stages of training: familiarization, training, application  ...  ; create and investigate models of the studied processes; visualize the regularities of processes, including real-life ones; automate the processing of experimental results; manage real-life objects [  ... 
doi:10.47689/linguistic-research-vol-iss1-pp233-235 fatcat:cc4fzp3wabflbcwn3qgiedczr4

Using PCA to improve evolutionary cellular automata algorithms

Mehran Najafi, Hamid Beigy
2008 Proceedings of the 10th annual conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation - GECCO '08  
By emphasizing on diversity between test instances in a test plan, we can evaluate rules better and faster as well as increase their accuracy. In this paper, we propose two models based on this idea.  ...  Using a genetic algorithm to evolve cellular automata for fining these rules, is a good solution.  ...  Proposed Method With consideration to the all methods which have been introduced so far, it can be concluded that all of them, calculate fitness on random test plans.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1389095.1389312 dblp:conf/gecco/NajafiB08 fatcat:qu2hnf74srh6pjne5tcmsydr4e

Effects Of Graph Transformation Rules To Design Space Exploration Problems

András Szabolcs Nagy, Dániel Varró
2017 Zenodo  
However, experts may have several choices to define the exploration rules and choosing the good one may increase exploration performance significantly.  ...  In this paper, we present several ways to define the exploration rules of a rule-based DSE problem and investigate the impact of these rules.  ...  M Sn ) satisfying all of the goals and each of them is described by a sequence of rule applications (or trajectories) ( r S0 , r S1 . . . r Sn ) on the initial model M 0 .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.291901 fatcat:gngzh4yv35hzpg22zmnzfnqmxi


Alexander Reder, Alexander Egyed
2010 Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM international conference on Automated software engineering - ASE '10  
Design errors are then visualized together with the information on what parts of the model contributed to them and how to fix them.  ...  Furthermore, there is often a lack of appropriate visualizations of model errors and information on how to fix them.  ...  A design rule is a condition on a model that needs to be satisfied for the model to be correct. Each design rule has to be defined for a specific context, to which the design rule applies.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1858996.1859069 dblp:conf/kbse/RederE10 fatcat:ht3gfst57fdsdhouculb6uqpsq
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