Tensor object classification via multilinear discriminant analysis network

5 Nov 2014  ·  Rui Zeng, Jiasong Wu, Lotfi Senhadji, Huazhong Shu ·

This paper proposes a multilinear discriminant analysis network (MLDANet) for the recognition of multidimensional objects, known as tensor objects. The MLDANet is a variation of linear discriminant analysis network (LDANet) and principal component analysis network (PCANet), both of which are the recently proposed deep learning algorithms... The MLDANet consists of three parts: 1) The encoder learned by MLDA from tensor data. 2) Features maps ob-tained from decoder. 3) The use of binary hashing and histogram for feature pooling. A learning algorithm for MLDANet is described. Evaluations on UCF11 database indicate that the proposed MLDANet outperforms the PCANet, LDANet, MPCA + LDA, and MLDA in terms of classification for tensor objects. read more

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