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Collections of Github Repository in Python for LSTM

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An LSTM is a type of recurrent neural network that addresses the vanishing gradient problem in vanilla RNNs through additional cells, input and output gates. This RNN type introduced by Hochreiter and Schmidhuber. I have tried to collect and curate some Python-based Github repository linked to the LSTM, and the results were listed here. Please enjoy it to support your research about LSTM using Python!

Research about Multi Document Summarization Published in ArXiv

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Multi-document summarization is an automatic process to create a concise and comprehensive document, called summary from multiple documents. I have tried to collect and curate some publications form Arxiv that related to multi document summarization, and the results were listed here. Please enjoy it!

Research about Generative Adversarial Networks Published in ArXiv

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Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are an exciting recent innovation in machine learning. GANs are generative models: they create new data instances that resemble your training data. I have tried to collect and curate some publications form Arxiv that related to the generative adversarial networks, and the results were listed here. Please enjoy it!

Research about Recurrent Neural Networks Published in ArXiv

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Recurrent neural networks (RNNs) are a class of neural networks that are naturally suited to processing time-series data and other sequential data. I have tried to collect and curate some publications form Arxiv that related to the recurrent neural networks, and the results were listed here. Please enjoy it!

Research about Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis Published in ArXiv

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Aspect-based sentiment analysis deals with capturing sentiments expressed towards each aspect of entities. I have tried to collect and curate some publications form Arxiv that related to the aspect-based sentiment analysis, and the results were listed here. Please enjoy it!