Symmetric low-rank preserving projections for subspace learning

Chen, Jie, Mao, Hua, Zhang, Haixian and Yi, Zhang (2018) Symmetric low-rank preserving projections for subspace learning. Neurocomputing, 315. pp. 381-393. ISSN 0925-2312

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Graph construction plays an important role in graph-oriented subspace learning. However, most existing approaches cannot simultaneously consider the global and local structures of high-dimensional data. In order to solve this deficiency, we propose a symmetric low-rank preserving projection (SLPP) framework incorporating a symmetric constraint and a local regularization into low-rank representation learning for subspace learning. Under this framework, SLPP-M is incorporated with manifold regularization as its local regularization while SLPP-S uses sparsity regularization. Besides characterizing the global structure of high-dimensional data by a symmetric low-rank representation, both SLPP-M and SLPP-S effectively exploit the local manifold and geometric structure by incorporating manifold and sparsity regularization, respectively. The similarity matrix is successfully learned by solving the nuclear-norm minimization optimization problem. Combined with graph embedding techniques, a transformation matrix effectively preserves the low-dimensional structure features of high-dimensional data. In order to facilitate classification by exploiting available labels of training samples, we also develop a supervised version of SLPP-M and SLPP-S under the SLPP framework, named S-SLPP-M and S-SLPP-S, respectively. Experimental results in face, handwriting and object recognition applications demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed algorithm for subspace learning.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Low-rank representation, Manifold regularization, Sparsity regularization, Subspace learning, Dimensionality reduction
Subjects: G400 Computer Science
Department: Faculties > Engineering and Environment > Computer and Information Sciences
Depositing User: Paul Burns
Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2019 10:58
Last Modified: 01 Aug 2021 10:52

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