The ever-increasing growth of technologies is changing people's everyday life. As a major consequence: 1) the amount of available data is growing and 2) several applications rely on battery supplied devices that are required to process data in real time. In this scenario the need for ad-hoc strategies for the development of low-power and low-latency intelligent systems capable of learning inductive rules from data using a modest mount of computational resources is becoming vital. At the same time, one needs to develop specic methodologies to manage complex patterns such as text and images. This Thesis presents different approaches and techniques for the development of fast learning models explicitly designed to be hosted on embedded systems. The proposed methods proved able to achieve state-of-the-art performances in term of the trade-off between generalization capabilities and area requirements when implemented in low-cost digital devices. In addition, advanced strategies for ecient sentiment analysis in text and images are proposed.
|Titolo della tesi:||Machine Learning in Resource-constrained Devices: Algorithms, Strategies, and Applications|
|Data di discussione:||21-feb-2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Tesi di dottorato|