Randomized Kernel Multi-view Discriminant Analysis

2 Apr 2020Xiaoyun LiJie GuiPing Li

In many artificial intelligence and computer vision systems, the same object can be observed at distinct viewpoints or by diverse sensors, which raises the challenges for recognizing objects from different, even heterogeneous views. Multi-view discriminant analysis (MvDA) is an effective multi-view subspace learning method, which finds a discriminant common subspace by jointly learning multiple view-specific linear projections for object recognition from multiple views, in a non-pairwise way... (read more)

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