Learning with Algebraic Invariances, and the Invariant Kernel Trick

28 Nov 2014  ·  Franz J. Király, Andreas Ziehe, Klaus-Robert Müller ·

When solving data analysis problems it is important to integrate prior knowledge and/or structural invariances. This paper contributes by a novel framework for incorporating algebraic invariance structure into kernels... In particular, we show that algebraic properties such as sign symmetries in data, phase independence, scaling etc. can be included easily by essentially performing the kernel trick twice. We demonstrate the usefulness of our theory in simulations on selected applications such as sign-invariant spectral clustering and underdetermined ICA. read more

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