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Canonical state models for automatic speech recognition
 in: Proc. Interspeech, 2010
"... Current speech recognition systems are often based on HMMs with stateclustered Gaussian Mixture Models (GMMs) to represent the context dependent output distributions. Though highly successful, the standard form of model does not exploit any relationships between the states, they each have separate ..."
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model parameters. This paper describes a general class of model where the contextdependent state parameters are a transformed version of one, or more, canonical states. A number of published models sit within this framework, including, semicontinuous HMMs, subspace GMMs and the HMM error model. A set
Lower branch equilibria in Couette flow: the emergence of canonical states for arbitrary shear flows
 J. Fluid Mech
, 2013
"... emergence of canonical states for arbitrary shear flows ..."
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emergence of canonical states for arbitrary shear flows
Canonical State Representations and Hilbert Functions of Multidimensional Systems
, 2005
"... after a submitted paper of the same title, with a discussion of remarks of Professor J.F. Pommaret after my talk and ..."
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after a submitted paper of the same title, with a discussion of remarks of Professor J.F. Pommaret after my talk and
CHAIN RULES FOR CANONICAL STATE EXTENSIONS ON VON NEUMANN ALGEBRAS BY
"... In previous papers we introduced and studied the extension of a state defined on a von Neumann subalgebra to the whole of the von Neumann algebra with respect to a given state. This was done by using the standard form of von Neumann algebras. In the case of the existence of a norm one projection fro ..."
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In previous papers we introduced and studied the extension of a state defined on a von Neumann subalgebra to the whole of the von Neumann algebra with respect to a given state. This was done by using the standard form of von Neumann algebras. In the case of the existence of a norm one projection
DOI 10.1007/s1044000690688 Canonical State Representations and Hilbert Functions of Multidimensional Systems
, 2006
"... Abstract A basic and substantial theorem of onedimensional systems theory, due to R. Kalman, says that an arbitrary input/output behavior with proper transfer matrix admits an observable state representation which, in particular, is a realization of the transfer matrix. The state equations have the ..."
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situation or rather its algebraic counterpart we prove that any behavior governed by a linear system of partial differential or difference equations with constant coefficients is isomorphic to a canonical state behavior which is constructed by means of Gröbner bases. In contrast to the one
Thermodynamics of spacetime: the Einstein equation of state
 Phys Rev Lett
, 1995
"... The Einstein equation is derived from the proportionality of entropy and horizon area together with the fundamental relation δQ = TdS connecting heat, entropy, and temperature. The key idea is to demand that this relation hold for all the local Rindler causal horizons through each spacetime point, w ..."
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, the Einstein equation is an equation of state. This perspective suggests that it may be no more appropriate to canonically quantize the Einstein equation than it would be to quantize the wave equation for sound in air. The four laws of black hole mechanics, which are analogous to those of thermodynamics, were
Discriminative Learning and Recognition of Image Set Classes Using Canonical Correlations
 IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
, 2007
"... Abstract—We address the problem of comparing sets of images for object recognition, where the sets may represent variations in an object’s appearance due to changing camera pose and lighting conditions. Canonical Correlations (also known as principal or canonical angles), which can be thought of as ..."
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Abstract—We address the problem of comparing sets of images for object recognition, where the sets may represent variations in an object’s appearance due to changing camera pose and lighting conditions. Canonical Correlations (also known as principal or canonical angles), which can be thought
Edge States in Canonical Gravity ∗
, 1995
"... It is wellknown that gauge fields defined on manifolds with spatial boundaries support states localized at the boundary. In this talk, we show how similar states arise in canonical gravity and discuss their physical relevance using their analogy to quantum Hall effect. I. ..."
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It is wellknown that gauge fields defined on manifolds with spatial boundaries support states localized at the boundary. In this talk, we show how similar states arise in canonical gravity and discuss their physical relevance using their analogy to quantum Hall effect. I.
Learning attractor landscapes for learning motor primitives
 in Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems
, 2003
"... Many control problems take place in continuous stateaction spaces, e.g., as in manipulator robotics, where the control objective is often defined as finding a desired trajectory that reaches a particular goal state. While reinforcement learning offers a theoretical framework to learn such control p ..."
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policies from scratch, its applicability to higher dimensional continuous stateaction spaces remains rather limited to date. Instead of learning from scratch, in this paper we suggest to learn a desired complex control policy by transforming an existing simple canonical control policy. For this purpose
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