Hangul Fonts Dataset: a Hierarchical and Compositional Dataset for Interrogating Learned Representations

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Livezey, Jesse A.; Hwang, Ahyeon; Bouchard, Kristofer E.;
(2019)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition | Computer Science - Machine Learning | Computer Science - Neural and Evolutionary Computing

Interpretable representations of data are useful for testing a hypothesis or to distinguish between multiple potential hypotheses about the data. In contrast, applied machine learning, and specifically deep learning (DL), is often used in contexts where performance is v... View more
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