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We present a new, multi-label method for the task of classification of natural images. Specifically, we are interested in the task of classification of large-scale large-sequence datasets. A common approach to classification is to use a collection of labeled images, each annotated by its own label. A problem in semantic classification is to classify an image by its labels: one example image (i.e., one label for one label) can have multiple labeled examples, and therefore, it is desirable to consider annotated examples in this case. Given a small dataset of labeled examples, we propose to use a method to classify an image by its labels. Specifically, we construct a hierarchical sequence model by splitting each image into a set of labels (labeles) over the data. To further reduce the number of labels necessary to classify the image, we use a novel hierarchical regression algorithm. We demonstrate a comparison between the proposed method and several state-of-the-art methods on synthetic data and a set of MNIST and two machine learning datasets, such as MNIST and ImageNet.