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Building Transformer Models with Attention

Building Transformer Models with Attention Implementing a Neural Machine Translator from Scratch in Keras …another NLP book?This one is different! Handling text and human language is a tedious job. Not only is a lot of data cleansing needed, but multiple levels of preprocessing are also required depending on the algorithm you apply. But unarguably, the […]

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Inferencing the Transformer Model

We have seen how to train the Transformer model on a dataset of English and German sentence pairs and how to plot the training and validation loss curves to diagnose the model’s learning performance and decide at which epoch to run inference on the trained model. We are now ready to run inference on the […]

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Training the Transformer Model

We have put together the complete Transformer model, and now we are ready to train it for neural machine translation. We shall use a training dataset for this purpose, which contains short English and German sentence pairs. We will also revisit the role of masking in computing the accuracy and loss metrics during the training […]

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The Vision Transformer Model

With the Transformer architecture revolutionizing the implementation of attention, and achieving very promising results in the natural language processing domain, it was only a matter of time before we could see its application in the computer vision domain too. This was eventually achieved with the implementation of the Vision Transformer (ViT).  In this tutorial, you […]

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Some Language Features in Python

Some Language Features in Python

The Python language syntax is quite powerful and expressive. Hence it is concise to express an algorithm in Python. Maybe this is the reason why it is popular in machine learning, as we need to experiment a lot in developing a machine learning model. If you’re new to Python but with experience in another programming […]

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Difference Between Algorithm and Model in Machine Learning

Difference Between Algorithm and Model in Machine Learning

Machine learning involves the use of machine learning algorithms and models. For beginners, this is very confusing as often “machine learning algorithm” is used interchangeably with “machine learning model.” Are they the same thing or something different? As a developer, your intuition with “algorithms” like sort algorithms and search algorithms will help to clear up […]

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Histogram Plots of the Variables for the Phoneme Dataset

Predictive Model for the Phoneme Imbalanced Classification Dataset

Many binary classification tasks do not have an equal number of examples from each class, e.g. the class distribution is skewed or imbalanced. Nevertheless, accuracy is equally important in both classes. An example is the classification of vowel sounds from European languages as either nasal or oral on speech recognition where there are many more […]

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