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Transformations between deep neural networks

@article{Bertalan2020TransformationsBD,
  title={Transformations between deep neural networks},
  author={Tom S. Bertalan and Felix Dietrich and I. Kevrekidis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2007.05646}
}
We propose to test, and when possible establish, an equivalence between two different artificial neural networks by attempting to construct a data-driven transformation between them, using manifold-learning techniques. In particular, we employ diffusion maps with a Mahalanobis-like metric. If the construction succeeds, the two networks can be thought of as belonging to the same equivalence class. We first discuss transformation functions between only the outputs of the two networks; we then… Expand

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