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Differential equation, Initial value problem, Partial derivative, Beta distribution, Continuous function, Normal distribution

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An MIT team's new neural network, which they call a “liquid” network, changes its underlying equations to continuously adapt to new data inputs. Paper: https://t.co/6xdnQldu2H More: https://t.co/BhN9W6aDDt (w/ @tuvienna & @ISTAustria) #ML #deeplearning #NeuralNetworks https://t.co/lS03s9JXhh
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The state of the system of ODEs, however, at any time point T , can be computed by a numeri- Algorithm 1 LTC update by fused ODE Solver Parameters: θ = {τ (N×1) = time-constant, γ(M×N) = weights, γ(N×N)r = recurrent weights, µ(N×1) = biases}, A(N×1) = bias vector, L = Number of unfolding ...

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On Jan 28, 2021
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An MIT team's new neural network, which they call a “liquid” network, changes its underlying equations to continuously adapt to new data inputs. Paper: https://t.co/6xdnQldu2H More: https://t.co/BhN9W6aDDt (w/ @tuvienna & @ISTAustria) #ML #deeplearning #NeuralNetworks https://t.co/lS03s9JXhh
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The state of the system of ODEs, however, at any time point T , can be computed by a numeri- Algorithm 1 LTC update by fused ODE Solver Parameters: θ = {τ (N×1) = time-constant, γ(M×N) = ...

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These methods use the change of variables theorem to compute exact changes in probability if samples are transformed through a bijective function f : z1 = f(z0) =⇒ log p(z1) = log p(z0)− ...

Neural Ordinary Differential Equations

Neural Ordinary Differential Equations

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prml-web-sol.dvi

prml-web-sol.dvi

Finally, we sub- stitute b+ (x− µ)2/2 for ∆, ν/2 for a and ν/2λ for b: Γ(−a+ 1/2) Γ(a) ba ( 1 2pi )1/2 ∆a−1/2 = Γ ((ν + 1)/2) Γ(ν/2) ( ν 2λ )ν/2( 1 2pi )1/2( ν 2λ + (x− µ)2 2 )−(ν+1)/2 = Γ ...