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Boltzmann machine is a powerful tool for modeling probability distributions that govern the training data. A thermal equilibrium state is typically used for Boltzmann machine learning to obtain a suitable probability distribution. The Boltzmann machine learning consists of calculating the gradient of the loss function given in terms of the thermal average, which is the most time consuming procedure. Here, we propose a method to implement the Boltzmann machine learning by using Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices. We prepare an initial pure state that contains all possible computational basis states with the same amplitude, and apply a variational imaginary time simulation. Readout of the state after the evolution in the computational basis approximates the probability distribution of the thermal equilibrium state that is used for the Boltzmann machine learning. We actually perform the numerical simulations of our scheme and confirm that the Boltzmann machine learning works well by our scheme.
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In this article, I describe agent-centered search (also called real-time search or local search) and illustrate this planning paradigm with examples. Agent-centered search methods interleave planning and plan execution and restrict planning to the part of the domain around the current state of the agent, for example, the current location of a mobile robot or the current board position of a game. These methods can execute actions in the presence of time constraints and often have a small sum of planning and execution cost, both because they trade off planning and execution cost and because they allow agents to gather information early in nondeterministic domains, which reduces the amount of planning they have to perform for unencountered situations. These advantages become important as more intelligent systems are interfaced with the world and have to operate autonomously in complex environments. Agent-centered search methods have been applied to a variety of domains, including traditional search, strips-type planning, moving-target search, planning with totally and partially observable Markov decision process models, reinforcement learning, constraint satisfaction, and robot navigation.
Chris Mattmann is the Deputy Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, where he has been recognised as JPL's first Principal Scientist in the area of Data Science. Chris has applied TensorFlow to challenges he's faced at NASA, including building an implementation of Google's Show & Tell algorithm for image captioning using TensorFlow. He was involved in the Mars rover landing mission, where he was working in a planetary data system engineering node, helping to build a data management framework called object-oriented data technology to support capturing, processing and sharing of data for NASA's scientific archives. He contributes to open source as a former Director at the Apache Software Foundation, and teaches graduate courses at USC in Content Detection and Analysis, and in Search Engines and Information Retrieval. In this episode, Chris opens the show discussing his interest in data.
Lately, Deep Learning is gaining huge popularity due to its supremacy in terms of accuracy when it comes to very complex problems. It proved efficiency in NLP and was widely adopted by many problems to address them opening new doors for more meaningful and accurate modeling approaches. While many problems in NLP involve text syntheses such as text generation and multi-document summarization, text quality measures became a core requirement, and modeling them is an active problem. Of these measures, the problem of text coherence is key and needs special handling. Text coherence, which means the degree of the logical consistency of text, is a problem that dates back to the 1980s, where several models were suggested.