Finally, decisions for the ICLR2018 conference are out! Congratulations to
those who got their papers accepted, and I hope reviews serve as a source of
inspiration for those who got their papers rejected.
Now that we have the acceptance decisions and author names have been disclosed,
let’s play with data to find interesting papers, who are influential researchers,
and which are the most significant organizations for the 2018 edition of this
great conference :)
An analysis of the submission process can be found in
part 1, and for the review process
see part 2.
The rebuttal period has ended and final decisions will be notified by January 29th. In this post, differently from part one, I will provide updated information about the decision process. For those who just want the data right now, here is the browsable table with all the submissions under...
TL;DR We propose to locally decorrelate the feature weights of CNNs. When the proposed method, which we call OrthoReg, is used to regularize the 40 layers of Wide Residual Networks, we obtain state of the art results on CIFAR, and SVHN. Here is an example of the effects of...
Using a script to run multiple tasks in background can be very handy but it can also be anoying when we press crtl+c to interrupt and the background processes keep working. There are many approaches to solve this but I have found the cleanest one is to simply trap the...
After plugging the second monitor, I could not find the correct resolution in nvidia-settings and it was impossible to do it manually. After having to solve this problem for the second time, I post it here so to remember.
Look at nvidia-settings for the name of the monitors (In...
I decided to share this script I was using in order to accelerate the training of neural nets making them to gather data in parallel. So I wrote some tests to check it performs well its basic functions and commented the code a little bit.