Polar Quantization Path Computations – The recent success of deep learning has led to substantial opportunities for neural network models and neural machine translation (NMT) systems, and in particular, recent work in recent years has shown an interesting role of the domain-specific features that are extracted from the data. Despite the fact that some techniques have been applied widely in machine translation, there is still no systematic description of the performance of various deep learning systems across different domains and settings.

This paper develops a fast approximation method for estimating a continuous product for a constrained class of functions. The objective of the proposed algorithm is to recover the product from $n$, while the solution for each function is independent (i.e. the expected probability of the function). Based on a linear process for solving the problem, the algorithm has been compared to state-of-the-art solutions from prior experience. The result is that the algorithm can be easily extended to solve continuous-life problems.

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Boosting Methods for Convex FunctionsThis paper develops a fast approximation method for estimating a continuous product for a constrained class of functions. The objective of the proposed algorithm is to recover the product from $n$, while the solution for each function is independent (i.e. the expected probability of the function). Based on a linear process for solving the problem, the algorithm has been compared to state-of-the-art solutions from prior experience. The result is that the algorithm can be easily extended to solve continuous-life problems.