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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is one of the most common neuromuscular diseases which affects both lower and upper motor neurons. In this paper, a dilated one dimensional convolutional neural network, named ALSNet, is proposed for identifying ALS from raw EMG signal. No hand-crafted feature extraction is required, rather, ALSNet is able to take raw EMG signal as input and detect EMG signals of ALS subjects. This makes the method more feasible for practical implementation by reducing the computational cost required for extracting features.

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is one of the most common neuromuscular diseases which affects both lower and upper motor neurons. In this paper, a dilated one dimensional convolutional neural network, named ALSNet, is proposed for identifying ALS from raw EMG signal. No hand-crafted feature extraction is required, rather, ALSNet is able to take raw EMG signal as input and detect EMG signals of ALS subjects. This makes the method more feasible for practical implementation by reducing the computational cost required for extracting features.

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Approximating a matrix by a product of few sparse factors whose supports possess the butterfly structure, which is common to many fast transforms, is key to learn fast transforms and speed up algorithms for inverse problems. We introduce a hierarchical approach that recursively factorizes the considered matrix into two factors. Using recent advances on the well-posedness and tractability of the two-factor fixed-support sparse matrix factorization problem, the proposed algorithm is endowed with exact recovery guarantees.

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As an essential task for natural language understanding, slot filling aims to identify the contiguous spans of specific slots in an utterance. In real-world applications, the labeling costs of utterances may be expensive, and transfer learning techniques have been developed to ease this problem. However, cross-domain slot filling could significantly suffer from negative transfer due to non-targeted or zero-shot slots.

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Recent years have witnessed a growing interest in online RGB-D 3D reconstruction. On the premise of ensuring the reconstruction accuracy with noisy depth scans, making the system scalable to various environments is still challenging. In this paper, we devote our efforts to try to fill in this research gap by proposing a scalable and robust RGB-D 3D reconstruction framework, namely ChunkFusion. In ChunkFusion, sparse voxel management is exploited to improve the scalability of online reconstruction.

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Modern codecs offer numerous settings that can nonuniformly alter the encoding process. Some researchers have proposed video encoding multiobjective optimization, but none of these proposals addresses optimization of the entire encoder's option space when it is large. In this paper, we present a method for multiobjective encoding optimization of a given encoder in terms of relative video bitrate and encoding speed. The process takes place over one or more videos against a set of reference presets. It actively exploits similarities in the encoding process for similar videos.

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