Chi-Keong Goh

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Multi-task learning employs shared representation of knowledge for learning multiple instances from the same or related problems. Time series prediction consists of several instances that are defined by the way they are broken down into fixed windows known as embedding dimension. Finding the optimal values for embedding dimension is a computationally(More)
The anomaly detection task plays an important role in quality control in many industrial or manufacturing processes. However, in many such processes, anomaly detection is done visually by human experts who have in-depth knowledge and vast experience on a product in order to perform well in the detection task. In this paper, we present an approach that (i)(More)
We propose an approach to resolve two issues in a recent proposed sparse reconstruction based, anomaly detection approach as a part of automated visual inspection (AVI). The original approach needs large computation and memory for high resolution problem. To solve it, we proposed a two-step sparse reconstruction, 1) the first sparse representation of input(More)
A key challenge in multi-source transfer learning is to capture the diverse inter-domain similarities. In this paper, we study different approaches based on Gaussian process models to solve the multi-source transfer regression problem. Precisely, we first investigate the feasibility and performance of a family of transfer covariance functions that represent(More)
The brain can be viewed as a complex modular structure with features of information processing through knowledge storage and retrieval. Modularity ensures that the knowledge is stored in a manner where any complications in certain modules do not affect the overall functionality of the brain. Although artificial neural networks have been very promising in(More)
In our turbine performance assessment, we need to provide an effective visual analytics tool in handling high-dimensional datasets. We have employed RadViz in 2D exploratory data analysis. However, with the increase of dataset size and dimensionality, the clumping of projected data points towards the origin in RadViz causes low space utilization, which(More)
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