Papers

  • HARP-Net: Hyper-Autoencoded Reconstruction Propagation for Scalable Neural Audio Coding

    An autoencoder-based codec employs quantization to turn its bottleneck layer activation into bitstrings, a process that hinders information flow between the encoder and decoder parts. To circumvent this issue, we employ additional skip connections between the corresponding pair of encoder-decoder layers. The assumption is that, in a mirrored autoencoder topology, …

  • Accuracy analysis of Educational Data Mining using Feature Selection Algorithm

    Abstract - Gathering relevant information to predict student academic progress is a tedious task. Due to the large amount of irrelevant data present in databases which provides inaccurate results. Currently, it is not possible to accurately measure and analyze student data because there are too many irrelevant attributes and features …

  • A Typed Slicing Compilation of the Polymorphic RPC Calculus

    The polymorphic RPC calculus allows programmers to write succinct multitier programs using polymorphic location constructs. However, until now it lacked an implementation. We develop an experimental programming language based on the polymorphic RPC calculus. We introduce a polymorphic Client-Server (CS) calculus with the client and server parts separated. In contrast …

  • A Public Ground-Truth Dataset for Handwritten Circuit Diagram Images

    The development of digitization methods for line drawings (especially in the area of electrical engineering) relies on the availability of publicly available training and evaluation data. This paper presents such an image set along with annotations. The dataset consists of 1152 images of 144 circuits by 12 drafters and 48 …

  • Evaluating the Quality of Finite Element Meshes with Machine Learning

    This paper addresses the problem of evaluating the quality of finite element meshes for the purpose of structural mechanic simulations. It proposes the application of a machine learning model trained on data collected from expert evaluations. The task is characterised as a classification problem, where quality of each individual element …

  • Continuity estimates for Riesz potentials on polygonal boundaries

    Riesz potentials are well known objects of study in the theory of singular integrals that have been the subject of recent, increased interest from the numerical analysis community due to their connections with fractional Laplace problems and proposed use in certain domain decomposition methods. While the L$^p$-mapping properties of Riesz …