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Progressive DARTS: Bridging the Optimization Gap for NAS in the Wild [article]

Xin Chen, Lingxi Xie, Jun Wu, Qi Tian
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper puts forward this problem, referred to as NAS in the wild, which explores the possibility of finding the optimal architecture in a proxy dataset and then deploying it to mostly unseen scenarios  ...  To alleviate the gap, we present a progressive method that gradually increases the network depth during the search stage, which leads to the Progressive DARTS (P-DARTS) algorithm.  ...  Acknowledgement We thank Chen Wei, Jian Zhang, Kaiwen Duan, Longhui Wei, Tianyu Zhang, Yuhui Xu and Zhengsu Chen for their valuable suggestions.  ... 
arXiv:1912.10952v2 fatcat:bp6xub5n4vdh3bekfjy4hq2yle

Stabilizing DARTS with Amended Gradient Estimation on Architectural Parameters [article]

Kaifeng Bi, Changping Hu, Lingxi Xie, Xin Chen, Longhui Wei, Qi Tian
2020 arXiv   pre-print
DARTS is a popular algorithm for neural architecture search (NAS).  ...  Our approach bridges the gap from two aspects, namely, amending the estimation on the architectural gradients, and unifying the hyper-parameter settings in the search and re-training stages.  ...  Hyper-Parameter Consistency Our goal is to bridge the optimization gap between the search and re-training phases.  ... 
arXiv:1910.11831v5 fatcat:mb324n7if5faram342rr7xxidy

The Molecularization of Public Sector Crop Breeding: Progress, Problems, and Prospects [chapter]

Sangam L. Dwivedi, Jonathan H. Crouch, David J. Mackill, Yunbi Xu, Matthew W. Blair, Michel Ragot, Hari D. Upadhyaya, Rodomiro Ortiz
2007 Advances in Agronomy  
DArT technology has been successfully developed for barley, cassava, rice, and wheat, while work is in progress to establish DArT in chickpea, pigeon pea, and sorghum (http://www.diversityarrays.com/pub  ...  Innovative simulation models bridge the gap between molecular and conventional plant breeding and will inform both strategic research and tactical breeding decisions (www.generationcp.org/sccv10/sccv10  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-2113(07)95003-8 fatcat:5zi3akt5qbfyxascq5m7ngp62i

CHASE: Robust Visual Tracking via Cell-Level Differentiable Neural Architecture Search [article]

Seyed Mojtaba Marvasti-Zadeh, Javad Khaghani, Li Cheng, Hossein Ghanei-Yakhdan, Shohreh Kasaei
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Meanwhile, neural architecture search has gaining grounds in practical applications as a promising method in tackling the issue of automated search of feasible network structures.  ...  In this work, we propose a novel cell-level differentiable architecture search mechanism with early stopping to automate the network design of the tracking module, aiming to adapt backbone features to  ...  Acknowledgement: This research was partly supported by the NSERC Discovery Grant (No. RGPIN-2019-04575) and the UAHJIC Grants.  ... 
arXiv:2107.03463v2 fatcat:ujzz6flr7nabdp4epxiwkzchby

PAK4 promotes kinase-independent stabilization of RhoU to modulate cell adhesion

Anna E. Dart, Gary M. Box, William Court, Madeline E. Gale, John P. Brown, Sarah E. Pinder, Suzanne A. Eccles, Claire M. Wells
2015 Journal of Cell Biology  
Ivetic for critical reading of the manuscript.  ...  S1 F]), demonstrating that PAK4 expression is necessary for optimal breast cancer cell motility.  ...  Together with our tissue microarray observations ( Fig. 1 A) , these data point to a role for PAK4 in promoting breast cancer progression.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201501072 pmid:26598620 pmcid:PMC4657161 fatcat:s4gd4rm2ijewnlnmopwjw4mdm4

Tissue macrophages act as cellular chaperones for vascular anastomosis downstream of VEGF-mediated endothelial tip cell induction

A. Fantin, J. M. Vieira, G. Gestri, L. Denti, Q. Schwarz, S. Prykhozhij, F. Peri, S. W. Wilson, C. Ruhrberg
2010 Blood  
Moreover, we show that there are striking molecular similarities between the pro-angiogenic tissue macrophages essential for vascu-lar development and those that promote the angiogenic switch in cancer  ...  Our findings suggest that tissue macrophages are a target for antiangiogenic therapies, but that they could equally well be exploited to stimulate tissue vascularization in ischemic disease.  ...  The current affiliation for Q.S. is Department of Human Immunology, Centre for Cancer Biology, Adelaide, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1182/blood-2009-12-257832 pmid:20404134 pmcid:PMC2938310 fatcat:ecbnywc3kzdmvn2hzttrtr2ojy

Development and Genetic Characterization of an Advanced Backcross-Nested Association Mapping (AB-NAM) Population of Wild x Cultivated Barley

L. M. Nice, B. J. Steffenson, G. L. Brown-Guedira, E. D. Akhunov, C. Liu, T. J. Y. Kono, P. L. Morrell, T. K. Blake, R. D. Horsley, K. P. Smith, G. J. Muehlbauer
2016 Genetics  
The combination of low LD, negligible population structure, and high diversity in an adapted background make the AB-NAM an important tool for highresolution gene mapping and discovery of novel allelic  ...  The 25 wild barley parents were selected from the 318 accession Wild Barley Diversity Collection (WBDC) to maximize allelic diversity.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Shane Heinen for greenhouse support and Ed Schiefelbein, Guillermo Velasquez, and Martin Hochhalter for field management.  ... 
doi:10.1534/genetics.116.190736 pmid:27182953 pmcid:PMC4937491 fatcat:r6pkt6njlrgljahn553utg4kde

Bringing AI To Edge: From Deep Learning's Perspective [article]

Di Liu, Hao Kong, Xiangzhong Luo, Weichen Liu, Ravi Subramaniam
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To bridge the gap, a plethora of deep learning techniques and optimization methods are proposed in the past years: light-weight deep learning models, network compression, and efficient neural architecture  ...  Due to the computational gap, many edge intelligence systems cannot meet the expected performance requirements.  ...  This research was conducted in collaboration with HP Inc. and supported by National Research Foundation (NRF) Singapore and the Singapore Government through the Industry Alignment Fund-Industry Collaboration  ... 
arXiv:2011.14808v1 fatcat:g6ib7v7cxbdglihkizw5ldsxcu

Significance Testing of Site 41SS164, San Saba County, Texas

Mindy Bonine, Michael Chavez, Charles Frederick
2008 Index of Texas Archaeology Open Access Grey Literature from the Lone Star State  
Interestingly, a marked gap in the range of dates was noticed between 2,500 and 3,200 B.P.  ...  If one examines the stratigraphic position of the cultural material exposed in BHT 1 ( Figure 5 .5), it is also clear that this material becomes progressively buried toward the bridge.  ...  specific gravity in the oak range, at around 0.70, and has similar burning properties. Not everyone is partial to the distinctive odor produced by mesquite when it smokes, however.  ... 
doi:10.21112/ita.2008.1.18 fatcat:xdxlnwcoebhvnka3o22c5kwlvy

How to Reach Real-Time AI on Consumer Devices? Solutions for Programmable and Custom Architectures [article]

Stylianos I. Venieris and Ioannis Panopoulos and Ilias Leontiadis and Iakovos S. Venieris
2021 arXiv   pre-print
accuracy, together pose critical problems to the deployment of DNNs across the various embedded and mobile devices in the wild.  ...  Collectively, these results highlight the critical need for further exploration as to how the various cross-stack solutions can be best combined in order to bring the latest advances in deep learning close  ...  This performance-flexibility gap is yet to be bridged in the multi-DNN context and remains a promising research avenue.  ... 
arXiv:2106.15021v1 fatcat:b25jifosajeuba57qxiaockmg4

Current Strategies of Polyploid Plant Genome Sequence Assembly

Maria Kyriakidou, Helen H. Tai, Noelle L. Anglin, David Ellis, Martina V. Strömvik
2018 Frontiers in Plant Science  
In the past decade, Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) has fundamentally changed the genomics landscape by providing tools for the exploration of polyploid genomes.  ...  The understanding of polyploid genomes is important for the improvement of those crops, which humans rely on for sustenance and basic nutrition.  ...  , and it is continuously contributing to bridging the gap between genotype and phenotype.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpls.2018.01660 pmid:30519250 pmcid:PMC6258962 fatcat:cdvtoustnbgv3cjr2mgapsykuu

Ion Channel Macromolecular Complexes in Cardiomyocytes: Roles in Sudden Cardiac Death

Hugues Abriel, Jean-Sébastien Rougier, José Jalife
2015 Circulation Research  
MOG1 coexpression in HEK293 cells increased the Na V 1.5mediated current without altering its biophysical properties, suggesting that MOG1 is a cofactor for optimal channel expression at the cell membrane  ...  In particular, a population of Na V 1.5 is located at the periphery of gap junctions in a so-called perinexus by guest on July 19, 2018 http://circres.ahajournals.org/ Downloaded from region that has been  ... 
doi:10.1161/circresaha.116.305017 pmid:26044251 pmcid:PMC4471480 fatcat:7innwpddevepjlrijszsxoxqau

EAPR—EUCARPIA CONGRESS Potato Breeding After Completion of the DNA Sequence of the Potato Genome

2010 Potato Research  
There is a need to reduce the gap between genomics research and applied potato breeding. Our project aims to provide infrastructure to link sequence variation in genes with valuable traits in potato.  ...  For design of the potato genotyping platform, we identified about 60,000 high quality SNPs that meet Infinium design specifications and are single copy in the genome.  ...  ., the optimal number of lines within a dynamic cultivar.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11540-010-9157-y fatcat:cdthxragkjchnihqvaf7z55bwy

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2020 JACC Case Reports  
) 9.9 7.1 7.7 8.3 8.2 9 10.6 Schizocytes NA þ þ þ þ - - - Reticulocytes (%) NA 4 7 NA NA NA NA Bilirubin total (mg/l) NA 38 NA 80 81 19 19 LDH (U/l) NA 230 2,471 4,962  ...  the treadmill, and the clinically low association of myocardial bridging with ischemia in general.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2666-0849(20)30758-0 fatcat:4btfdp2oyjchtg74wvfad7njna

ASSESSING THE GENETIC VARIABILITY OF GRAPE CLONES

S. Vezzulli, L. Leonardelli, U. Malossini, M. Stefanini, R. Velasco, C. Moser
2014 Acta Horticulturae  
Acknowledgments Research carried out with the financial contribution of the University of Bologna, Italy (STARCHitecture Project).  ...  Information about pea genome diversity especially in resistance genes is an important aspect for the design of optimal breeding strategies for continued progress in pea improvement.  ...  This method was optimized for sampling wild sorghum populations in remote areas of Ethiopia for studies of genetic diversity at microsatellite loci.  ... 
doi:10.17660/actahortic.2014.1046.48 fatcat:ockmijg55ne7bb46gbthiuewhe
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