Support-Confidence-Aware KG Embedding Framework (SCEF) google
Knowledge graph (KG) refinement mainly aims at KG completion and correction (i.e., error detection). However, most conventional KG embedding models only focus on KG completion with an unreasonable assumption that all facts in KG hold without noises, ignoring error detection which also should be significant and essential for KG refinement.In this paper, we propose a novel support-confidence-aware KG embedding framework (SCEF), which implements KG completion and correction simultaneously by learning knowledge representations with both triple support and triple confidence. Specifically, we build model energy function by incorporating conventional translation-based model with support and confidence. To make our triple support-confidence more sufficient and robust, we not only consider the internal structural information in KG, studying the approximate relation entailment as triple confidence constraints, but also the external textual evidence, proposing two kinds of triple supports with entity types and descriptions respectively.Through extensive experiments on real-world datasets, we demonstrate SCEF’s effectiveness. …

Sparse Neural Network Decoder (SNND) google
In this paper, we present a sparse neural network decoder (SNND) of polar codes based on belief propagation (BP) and deep learning. At first, the conventional factor graph of polar BP decoding is converted to the bipartite Tanner graph similar to low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes. Then the Tanner graph is unfolded and translated into the graphical representation of deep neural network (DNN). The complex sum-product algorithm (SPA) is modified to min-sum (MS) approximation with low complexity. We dramatically reduce the number of weight by using single weight to parameterize the networks. Optimized by the training techniques of deep learning, proposed SNND achieves comparative decoding performance of SPA and obtains about $0.5$ dB gain over MS decoding on ($128,64$) and ($256,128$) codes. Moreover, $60 \%$ complexity reduction is achieved and the decoding latency is significantly lower than the conventional polar BP. …

Polyaxon google
Deep Learning library for TensorFlow for building end to end models and experiments. Polyaxon was built with the following goals:
· Modularity: The creation of a computation graph based on modular and understandable modules, with the possibility to reuse and share the module in subsequent usage.
· Usability: Training a model should be easy enough, and should enable quick experimentations.
· Configurable: Models and experiments could be created using a YAML/Json file, but also in python files.
· Extensibility: The modularity and the extensive documentation of the code makes it easy to build and extend the set of provided modules.
· Performance: Polyaxon is based on internal tensorflow code base and leverage the builtin distributed learning.
· Data Preprocessing: Polyaxon provides many pipelines and data processor to support different data inputs.

Bayesian Inverse Hierarchical RL (BIHRL) google
We introduce a new generative model for human planning under the Bayesian Inverse Reinforcement Learning (BIRL) framework which takes into account the fact that humans often plan using hierarchical strategies. We describe the Bayesian Inverse Hierarchical RL (BIHRL) algorithm for inferring the values of hierarchical planners, and use an illustrative toy model to show that BIHRL retains accuracy where standard BIRL fails. Furthermore, BIHRL is able to accurately predict the goals of `Wikispeedia’ game players, with inclusion of hierarchical structure in the model resulting in a large boost in accuracy. We show that BIHRL is able to significantly outperform BIRL even when we only have a weak prior on the hierarchical structure of the plans available to the agent, and discuss the significant challenges that remain for scaling up this framework to more realistic settings. …