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A novel multi-view learning developed from single-view patterns

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A novel multi-view learning developed from single-view patterns
The existing Multi-View Learning (MVL) learns how to process patterns with multiple information sources. In generalization this MVL is proven to have a significant advantage over the usual Single-View Learning (SVL). However, in most real-world cases we only have single source patterns to which the existing MVL is unable to be directly applied. This paper aims to develop a new MVL technique for single source patterns. To this end, we first reshape the original vector representation of single source patterns into multiple matrix representations. In doing so, we can change the original architecture of a given base classifier into different sub-ones. Each newly-generated sub-classifier can classify the patterns represented with the matrix. Here each sub-classifier is taken as one view of the original base classifier. As a result, a set of sub-classifiers with different views are come into being. Then, one joint rather than separated learning process for the multi-view sub-classi...
Zhe Wang, Songcan Chen, Daqi Gao
Added 17 Sep 2011
Updated 17 Sep 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where PR
Authors Zhe Wang, Songcan Chen, Daqi Gao
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