Date Added: Sep 2010
Deep machine learning is an emerging framework for dealing with complex high-dimensionality data in a hierarchical fashion which draws some inspiration from biological sources. Despite the notable progress made in the field, there remains a need for an architecture that can represent temporal information with the same ease that spatial information is discovered. In this work, the authors present new results using a recently introduced deep learning architecture called Deep Spatio-Temporal Inference Network (DeSTIN). DeSTIN is a discriminative deep learning architecture that combines concepts from unsupervised learning for dynamic pattern representation together with Bayesian inference.