Statistical Characteristics of Deep Representations: An Empirical Investigation

Daeyoung Choi, Kyungeun Lee, Duhun Hwang, Wonjong Rhee

In this study, the effects of eight representation regularization methods are investigated, including two newly developed rank regularizers (RR). The investigation shows that the statistical characteristics of representations such as correlation, sparsity, and rank can be manipulated as intended, during training. Furthermore, it is possible to improve the baseline performance simply by trying all the representation regularizers and fine-tuning the strength of their effects. In contrast to performance improvement, no consistent relationship between performance and statistical characteristics was observable. The results indicate that manipulation of statistical characteristics can be helpful for improving performance, but only indirectly through its influence on learning dynamics or its tuning effects.

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