pretrain

pretrain

(priːˈtreɪn)
vb (tr)
to train in advance
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First, build a deep belief network (DBN) by stacking restricted Boltzmann machines (RBMs) and feed unlabeled data to pretrain the DBN.
First, samples of simulating coal and rock hitting the tail beam were used to pretrain the DNN model.
"It also means that horses that we pretrain can stay in the yard if they have to go down the professional route rather than moving on, as has been the case in recent times."
Next, we will explain howto greedy layer-wise pretrain the convolution layers and the fully connected layers in the C4M3F2 model.
Hinton, "A better way to pretrain Deep Boltzmann Machines," in Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems 2012, NIPS 2012, pp.
DNN training process consists of two steps: (1) using the unsupervised learning algorithm to pretrain the network layer by layer, which is helpful for DNN to efficiently mine features from raw data; (2) using the back propagation algorithm to fine-tune the parameters of the whole network, optimizing the performance of DNN to mine raw feature.
This training module can be used by a unit that has the ability to pretrain Soldiers by certifying and validating training before instruction begins.
"I still have three staff to pretrain and that's always been my plan, wanting to pre-train the horses privately."
This deep architecture is composed of a pretrained CNN, for feature extraction, followed by two fully connected layers for classification.
It is believed that the main reason for the differences is that the specimens of SMA rods used here have been pretrained.
In the model, a SAE is pretrained layer by layer without supervision to get the high-level data features.
The comparison between three different deep models which are supervised CNN, pretrained CNN, and HELM is demonstrated for feature learning and model building for the UCFARG aerial dataset.