Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Deep Representation and Transfer Learning for Smart and Connected Health

Vasile Palade , Stefan Wermter , Ariel Ruiz-Garcia , Antônio De Pádua Braga , Clive Cheong Took
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems Volume 32, Number 2, pages 464--465, doi: 10.1109/TNNLS.2021.3049931 - Feb 2021
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DEEP neural networks (NNs) have been proved to be efficient learning systems for supervised and unsupervised tasks. However, learning complex data representations using deep NNs can be difficult due to problems such as lack of data, exploding or vanishing gradients, high computational cost, or incorrect parameter initialization, among others. Deep representation and transfer learning (RTL) can facilitate the learning of data representations by taking advantage of transferable features learned by an NN model in a source domain, and adapting the model to a new domain.

 

@Article{PWRDT21, 
 	 author =  {Palade, Vasile and Wermter, Stefan and Ruiz-Garcia, Ariel and De Pádua Braga, Antônio and Took, Clive Cheong},  
 	 title = {Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Deep Representation and Transfer Learning for Smart and Connected Health}, 
 	 journal = {IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems},
 	 number = {2},
 	 volume = {32},
 	 pages = {464--465},
 	 year = {2021},
 	 month = {Feb},
 	 publisher = {IEEE},
 	 doi = {10.1109/TNNLS.2021.3049931}, 
 }