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data_augmentation [2018/02/03 11:12]
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 https://​arxiv.org/​pdf/​1802.00050.pdf Recursive Feature Generation for Knowledge-based Learning https://​arxiv.org/​pdf/​1802.00050.pdf Recursive Feature Generation for Knowledge-based Learning
 +The algorithm works by generating complex features induced using the available
 +knowledge base. It does so through the extraction of recursive learning problems based on existing
 +features and the knowledge base, that are then given as input to induction algorithms. The output of
 +this process is a collection of classifiers that are then turned into features for the original induction
 +https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1805.06962 Counterexample-Guided Data Augmentation
 +Counterexamples are misclassified examples that have important properties for retraining and improving the model. Key components of our framework include a counterexample generator, which produces data items that are misclassified by the model and error tables, a novel data structure that stores information pertaining to misclassifications. Error tables can be used to explain the model'​s vulnerabilities and are used to efficiently generate counterexamples for augmentation. We show the efficacy of the proposed framework by comparing it to classical augmentation techniques on a case study of object detection in autonomous driving based on deep neural networks. https://​github.com/​dreossi/​analyzeNN
 +https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1805.12018 Generalizing to Unseen Domains via Adversarial Data Augmentation
 +Only using training data from the source domain, we propose an iterative procedure that augments the dataset with examples from a fictitious target domain that is "​hard"​ under the current model. We show that our iterative scheme is an adaptive data augmentation method where we append adversarial examples at each iteration.