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Statistical Mechanics of On-line Learning

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Statistical Mechanics of On-line Learning
We introduce and discuss the application of statistical physics concepts in the context of on-line machine learning processes. The consideration of typical properties of very large systems allows to perfom averages over the randomness contained in the sequence of training data. It yields an exact mathematical description of the training dynamics in model scenarios. We present the basic concepts and results of the approach in terms of several examples, including the learning of linear separable rules, the training of multilayer neural networks, and Learning Vector Quantization.
Michael Biehl, Nestor Caticha, Peter Riegler
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DAGSTUHL
Authors Michael Biehl, Nestor Caticha, Peter Riegler
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