Special Issue: 93

Recent Advancements in Deep Learning
for the journal   WSEAS Transactions on Computers


Prof. Kiran Sree Pokkuluri
Departement of CSE, Shri Vishnu Engineering College for Women 
Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh


Deep neural networks (DNNs) have recently achieved outstanding predictive performance, and become an indispensable tool in a wide range of pattern recognition applications, including image classification, object detection, video understanding, document analysis, etc. While DNN methods give impressively high predictive accuracy, they are often perceived as black-boxes with deep, computationally expensive layers, and have been recently found vulnerable to spoofing with well-designed input samples in many safety-critical applications. This is especially so in several sensitive or real-time pattern recognition applications including medical diagnosis, face recognition, and self-driving cars. In these applications, a single incorrect prediction might be very costly, and thus the reliance on the trained model and its capacity to deliver both efficient and robust data processing must be guaranteed. Therefore, understanding how the DNN behaves and thus generating explainable deep learning models have become an essential and fundamental problem.



- Deep learning algorithms
- Deep reinforcement learning
- Deep-learning theory
- Deep learning architectures adversarial examples 
- Deep generative models multitask, transfer, and meta-learning 
- Bayesian methods causal inferences explainable and interpretable AI representation learning constrained optimization computer vision natural language processing application in any other field using deep learning methods

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