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Sparse Training via Boosting Pruning Plasticity with Neuroregeneration [article]

Shiwei Liu, Tianlong Chen, Xiaohan Chen, Zahra Atashgahi, Lu Yin, Huanyu Kou, Li Shen, Mykola Pechenizkiy, Zhangyang Wang, Decebal Constantin Mocanu
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Perhaps most impressively, its sparse-to-sparse version for the first time boosts the sparse-to-sparse training performance over various dense-to-sparse methods with ResNet-50 on ImageNet without extending  ...  We design a novel gradual magnitude pruning (GMP) method, named gradual pruning with zero-cost neuroregeneration (GraNet), that advances state of the art.  ...  Pruning plasticity with neuroregeneration can be leveraged to substantially boost sparse training performance.  ... 
arXiv:2106.10404v4 fatcat:p5jb643ykvdj5mqexsx434wv7a

Abstracts from the 35th Annual Meeting of AChemS

2013 Chemical Senses  
The results can then combined with genetic, biochemical and physiological data to advance our understanding of TRP channel function.  ...  These measures are directly correlated with palatability, so this supports the idea that endogenous GLP-1R stimulation in NAc reduces the hedonic value of food.  ...  latency, but not when testing followed training immediately or with a four-minute latency.  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/bjt036 fatcat:y46sw4p335epfkuraityepgpnm

Generation of Defined Astrocytic Phenotypes from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells for Transplantation after Spinal Cord Injury

Ina Krasimirova Simeonova
Krasimir Simeonov, my brother Martin Simeonov and my grandparents Efrosina Chobanova, Sasho Chobanov, Toni Simeonova and Alexi Simeonov, for their immense love and support even if they did not agree with  ...  Last but not least I would like to thank all my colleagues, who shared this intense experience with me: LaShae Nicholson for teaching me molecular biology techniques; Beatrice Sandner and Melanie Motsch  ...  For incomplete SCI patients, rehabilitative training is the most effective approach to direct and enhance plasticity, thereby inducing some sensorimotor recovery.  ... 
doi:10.11588/heidok.00022495 fatcat:5cmfiiib4rd75mnwsrggvdri34