This paper presents a novel hardware architecture of the Tensorial Support Vector Machine (TSVM) based on Shallow Neural Networks (NN) for the Single Value Decomposition (SVD) computation. The proposed NN achieves a comparable Mean Squared Error and Cosine Similarity to the widely used one-sided Jacobi algorithm. When implemented on an FPGA, the NN offers 324times faster computations than the one-sided Jacobi with reductions up to 58% and 67% in terms of hardware resources and power consumption respectively. When validated on a touch modality classification problem, the NN-based TSVM implementation has achieved a real-time operation while consuming about 88% less energy per classification than the Jacobi-based TSVM with an accuracy loss of at most 3%. Such results offer the ability to deploy intelligence on resource-limited platform for energy-constrained applications.

A Shallow Neural Network for Real-Time Embedded Machine Learning for Tensorial Tactile Data Processing

Younes H.;Ibrahim A.;Valle M.
2021-01-01

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This paper presents a novel hardware architecture of the Tensorial Support Vector Machine (TSVM) based on Shallow Neural Networks (NN) for the Single Value Decomposition (SVD) computation. The proposed NN achieves a comparable Mean Squared Error and Cosine Similarity to the widely used one-sided Jacobi algorithm. When implemented on an FPGA, the NN offers 324times faster computations than the one-sided Jacobi with reductions up to 58% and 67% in terms of hardware resources and power consumption respectively. When validated on a touch modality classification problem, the NN-based TSVM implementation has achieved a real-time operation while consuming about 88% less energy per classification than the Jacobi-based TSVM with an accuracy loss of at most 3%. Such results offer the ability to deploy intelligence on resource-limited platform for energy-constrained applications.
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