JC - Journal Club
Universal Approximation of Functions on Sets (2021)
Edward Wagstaff, Fabian B. Fuchs, Martin Engelcke, Michael A. Osborne, Ingmar Posner
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About the Paper:
This paper is a little bit more math-heavy than what we usually cover. This paper goes over the requirements for universal approximation for sets in a formal and rigorous way. The latent space isn't treated as a black box here, which I find to be a breath of fresh air compared to the more complicated methods of GANs and language models. The algorithm used here is called 'Deep Sets,' and looks a bit like the attention mechanism found in transformers.
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