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NECO
2008
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Sleeping Our Way to Weight Normalization and Stable Learning
The functions of sleep have been an enduring mystery. Recently, Tononi and Cirelli hypothesized that one of the functions of slow-wave sleep is to scale down synapses in the corte...
Thomas J. Sullivan, Virginia R. de Sa
NECO
1998
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Memory Maintenance via Neuronal Regulation
Since their conception half a century ago Hebbian cell assemblies have become a basic term in the Neurosciences, and the idea that learning takes place through synaptic modi catio...
David Horn, Nir Levy, Eytan Ruppin
CORR
2008
Springer
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Explicit Learning: an Effort towards Human Scheduling Algorithms
Scheduling problems are generally NP-hard combinatorial problems, and a lot of research has been done to solve these problems heuristically. However, most of the previous approach...
Jingpeng Li, Uwe Aickelin
ACL
2006
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Modeling Commonality among Related Classes in Relation Extraction
This paper proposes a novel hierarchical learning strategy to deal with the data sparseness problem in relation extraction by modeling the commonality among related classes. For e...
Guodong Zhou, Jian Su, Min Zhang
EMNLP
2010
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A New Approach to Lexical Disambiguation of Arabic Text
We describe a model for the lexical analysis of Arabic text, using the lists of alternatives supplied by a broad-coverage morphological analyzer, SAMA, which include stable lemma ...
Rushin Shah, Paramveer S. Dhillon, Mark Liberman, ...
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