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Is it possible to implement a LSTM layer after a CNN layer?
As far as I know, no, you can't combine the two. You can train a CNN independently on your training data, then use the learned ...

más de 2 años ago | 2

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training a Bidirectional LSTM using MATLAB?
Hi, I was wondering if anyone has tried to train a bidirectional LSTM using MATLAB. Where the input is fed to one LSTM layer an...

alrededor de 3 años ago | 1 answer | 1

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How to use HMM for state estimation with multiple observations per state
Hi, I am interested in using the HMM toolbox for state estimation. My training data is a sequence of N states with a correspondi...

más de 3 años ago | 0 answers | 1

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Sequence input Layer with video frames for LSTM
Could anyone please elaborate on how to feed video frames to a sequence input layer? MATLAB documentation for sequence or time ...

más de 3 años ago | 0 answers | 0

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How to add an image augmentation layer?
Hi, I am using MATLAB for deep learning. And was wondering how to add an image augmentation layer after the imageInputLayer. ...

más de 3 años ago | 0 answers | 0

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Pizza!
Given a circular pizza with radius _z_ and thickness _a_, return the pizza's volume. [ _z_ is first input argument.] Non-scor...

más de 4 años ago

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How to add epochs to a previously trained CNN
Hi, I am have constructed a CNN to classify images. I have a dataset of 226,330 images and want to train my network using 100 ...

casi 5 años ago | 0 answers | 0

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Best way to deal with large data for deep learning?
Ok, I found a way around it. Instead of reading/writing the images to *.mat* files, I used *imageDatastore*. So what I did i...

casi 5 años ago | 2

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Best way to deal with large data for deep learning?
Hi, I have been trying image classification with CNNs. I have some 350,000 images that I read and stored in a 4D matrix of size...

casi 5 años ago | 1 answer | 0

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Why some of my colored videos load as gray-scale in MATLAB
Hi, I wasn't able to resolve this problem. However, I just had to find a way to go around it. So my very inefficient way is to ...

casi 5 años ago | 0

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Why some of my colored videos load as gray-scale in MATLAB
Hi, I downloaded a bunch of videos from youtube. I then load them to matlab to extract/process 10 randomly selected clips. Mos...

casi 5 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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sum, vector elements, except i-th
You can always do the sum, then subtract that single element, 12th, from the sum. v = rand(1,30); sum_except12=sum(v)-v(12...

casi 6 años ago | 4

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How to match two curves to find if one curve belongs to the other?
I actually managed to find a solution to this question. Dealing with the curves is challenging. But since the curves represent o...

casi 6 años ago | 0

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How to match two curves to find if one curve belongs to the other?
I have a video recording of moving objects that seem to be changing in size due to the fixed capturing lens position. The objec...

casi 6 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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How to detect the waist in a BW image?
I am trying to split an abject that is in fact two touching objects. So to split it in two I need to detect the waist (the area ...

casi 6 años ago | 2 answers | 0

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