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SCARLET-NAS: Bridging the Gap between Stability and Scalability in Weight-sharing Neural Architecture Search [article]

Xiangxiang Chu, Bo Zhang, Qingyuan Li, Ruijun Xu, Xudong Li
2021 arXiv   pre-print
To discover powerful yet compact models is an important goal of neural architecture search. Previous two-stage one-shot approaches are limited by search space with a fixed depth.  ...  It seems handy to include an additional skip connection in the search space to make depths variable.  ...  Informally, ELS plays an important role in rectifying the features' phase gap between skip connections and other homogeneous choices.  ... 
arXiv:1908.06022v6 fatcat:hilaqbep6vhibj6x3xaqvoy2za

2D and 3D Palmprint and Palm Vein Recognition Based on Neural Architecture Search

Wei Jia, Wei Xia, Yang Zhao, Hai Min, Yan-Xiang Chen
2021 International Journal of Automation and Computing  
In order to overcome some shortcomings of manually designed CNN, neural architecture search (NAS) technology has become an important research direction of deep learning.  ...  However, the architectures of these CNNs have mostly been developed manually by human experts, which is a time-consuming and error-prone process.  ...  By forcing all sub-models to share weights, the shortcomings of Chu et al. [53] Bridging the gap between stability and scalability in weight-sharing neural architecture search Nayman et al.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11633-021-1292-1 fatcat:ki4as3yt3rgvbe5ytenhpelpr4