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Locality preserving CCA with applications to data visualization and pose estimation

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Locality preserving CCA with applications to data visualization and pose estimation
- Canonical correlation analysis (CCA) is a major linear subspace approach to dimensionality reduction and has been applied to image processing, pose estimation and other fields. However, it fails to discover or reveal the nonlinear correlation relationship between two sets of features. In contrast, its kernelized nonlinear version, KCCA, can overcome such a shortcoming, but the global kernelization of CCA restrains KCCA itself from effectively discovering the local structure of the data with complex and nonlinear characteristics. Recently, the locality methods, such as locally linear embedding (LLE) and locality preserving projections (LPP), are proposed to discover the low dimensional manifold embedded in the original high dimensional space. Compared to the subspace based methods, these locality methods take into account the local neighborhood structure of the data, and can discover the intrinsic structure of data to a better degree, which benefits to the subsequent computation. Insp...
Tingkai Sun, Songcan Chen
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IVC
Authors Tingkai Sun, Songcan Chen
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