Dense Learning for Robust Road Traffic Speed Prediction

Dense Learning for Robust Road Traffic Speed Prediction – State-of-the-art methods have focused on solving an optimization problem that is often a stationary problem. This work investigates the non-stationary problem in a non-stationary scenario. In this paper, we present two algorithms for the problem in which we do not believe that it is stationary. We also give an example of one method which does not support the non-stationary case and in which we believe that the problem is stationary that is solved as a linear program. We then provide an experimental evaluation on a real example.

The problem of generalized linear programming is addressed by the stochastic gradient descent method. The stochastic gradient method is characterized by its linear convergence rate and a constant convergence rate. A regularization term is also provided in this framework. Experimental results show that this regularization allows the stochastic gradient method to approximate the Bayesian optimisation problem.

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Dense Learning for Robust Road Traffic Speed Prediction

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