Kernel-based Joint Multiple Graph Learning and Clustering of Graph Signals

29 Oct 2023  ·  Mohamad H. Alizade, Aref Einizade, Jhony H. Giraldo ·

Within the context of Graph Signal Processing (GSP), Graph Learning (GL) is concerned with the inference of the graph's underlying structure from nodal observations. However, real-world data often contains diverse information, necessitating the simultaneous clustering and learning of multiple graphs. In practical applications, valuable node-specific covariates, represented as kernels, have been underutilized by existing graph signal clustering methods. In this letter, we propose a new framework, named Kernel-based joint Multiple GL and clustering of graph signals (KMGL), that leverages a multi-convex optimization approach. This allows us to integrate node-side information, construct low-pass filters, and efficiently solve the optimization problem. The experiments demonstrate that KMGL significantly enhances the robustness of GL and clustering, particularly in scenarios with high noise levels and a substantial number of clusters. These findings underscore the potential of KMGL for improving the performance of GSP methods in diverse, real-world applications.

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