Deep geometric knowledge distillation with graphs
In most cases deep learning architectures are trained disregarding the amount of operations and energy consumption. However, some applications, like embedded systems, can be resourceconstrained during inference. A popular approach to reduce the size of a deep learning architecture consists in distilling knowledge from a bigger network (teacher) to a smaller one (student). Directly training the student to mimic the teacher representation can be effective, but it requires that both share the same latent space dimensions. In this work, we focus instead on relative knowledge distillation (RKD), which considers the geometry of the respective latent spaces, allowing for dimensionagnostic transfer of knowledge. Specifically we introduce a graphbased RKD method, in which graphs are used to capture the geometry of latent spaces. Using classical computer vision benchmarks, we demonstrate the ability of the proposed method to efficiently distillate knowledge from the teacher to the student, leading to better accuracy for the same budget as compared to existing RKD alternatives.
Bibtex@inproceedings{LasBonHacGriTanOrt20205,
author = {Carlos Lassance and Myriam Bontonou and
Ghouthi Boukli Hacene and Vincent Gripon and Jian Tang
and Antonio Ortega},
title = {Deep geometric knowledge distillation with
graphs},
booktitle = {IEEE International Conference on
Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)},
year = {2020},
pages = {84848488},
month = {May},
}


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