fine-tuning


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fine-tune

(fīn′to͞on′, -tyo͞on′)
tr.v. fine-tuned, fine-tun·ing, fine-tunes
To make small adjustments in for optimal performance or effectiveness: fine-tuned her investing strategy to maximize profits.

fine-tuning

n
delicate adjustment
Translations

fine-tuning

[ˌfaɪnˈtjuːnɪŋ] N
1. [of engine] → puesta f a punto
2. (fig) [of plans, strategy] → matización f; [of economy] → ajuste m; [of text] → últimos retoques mpl
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ISLAMABAD -- The federal cabinet on Wednesday again deferred the approval of the much-awaited tax amnesty scheme because some of its provisions require "further fine-tuning", Information Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain announced.
Islamabad -- The federal cabinet on Wednesday again deferred the approval of the much-awaited tax amnesty scheme because some of its provisions require 'further fine-tuning', Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry announced.
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa said the national oversight committee on illegal drugs was fine-tuning the guidelines to remove 'mistakes' in the previous conduct of Oplan Tokhang.
In consideration to this problem, many of the studies have evidenced that transfer learning using fine-tuning techniques for deep neural networks can boost the performance and alleviate the scarcity of training data in some degree by transferring a general neural network pretrained by large-scale image datasets (such as ImageNet), to a more specified one corresponding to more complicated target tasks [22, 41-43].
Considering that the methods adopting a CNN model have shown good performance in image style classification as well when pretrained modes are sufficiently fine-tuned, in this paper, we propose a mechanism that makes full use of both the advantages of fine-tuning CNN models and traditional pattern recognition algorithms for logo classification task.
The EDI Ultraflow V-T feedblock has separate devices for fine-tuning layer stability and thickness uniformity, and both can be adjusted without stopping production.
Nuclear fine-tuning IT is perfectly correct for our PM to look at the contract for Hinkley Power Station, even if it was ready for signing.
TRAINER Mark Tompkins feels Yarmouth requires "a bit of fine-tuning" ahead of the track's proposed return t on June 8.
The firm, which is headquartered in Australia, said it had been fine-tuning its software systems for the UK market over the past 18 months and was planning to expand its team following the opening of the new office.
Many of the vehicles were provided by Eurocharged, the London company dedicated to fine-tuning the most powerful beasts on the road.
According to Reuters, the apex bank said on Tuesday that it would keep monetary policy steady with timely fine-tuning to help stabilise economic growth, while introducing greater yuan flexibility.