For the high dimensional data representation, nonnegative tensor ring (NTR) decomposition equipped with manifold learning has become a promising model to exploit the multi-dimensional structure and extract the feature from tensor data.
With the encoded label matrix, we devise a novel multi-task learning algorithm by exploiting the subclass relationship to jointly optimize the EEG pattern features from the uncovered subclasses.
Tensor ring (TR) decomposition is a powerful tool for exploiting the low-rank nature of multiway data and has demonstrated great potential in a variety of important applications.
Recent deep multi-task learning (MTL) has been witnessed its success in alleviating data scarcity of some task by utilizing domain-specific knowledge from related tasks.
Tensor ring (TR) decomposition has been successfully used to obtain the state-of-the-art performance in the visual data completion problem.
Nonsmooth Nonnegative Matrix Factorization (nsNMF) is capable of producing more localized, less overlapped feature representations than other variants of NMF while keeping satisfactory fit to data.
In this paper, we introduce a fundamental tensor decomposition model to represent a large dimensional tensor by a circular multilinear products over a sequence of low dimensional cores, which can be graphically interpreted as a cyclic interconnection of 3rd-order tensors, and thus termed as tensor ring (TR) decomposition.
With the increasing availability of various sensor technologies, we now have access to large amounts of multi-block (also called multi-set, multi-relational, or multi-view) data that need to be jointly analyzed to explore their latent connections.
We propose a generative model for robust tensor factorization in the presence of both missing data and outliers.
Nonnegative Tucker decomposition (NTD) is a powerful tool for the extraction of nonnegative parts-based and physically meaningful latent components from high-dimensional tensor data while preserving the natural multilinear structure of data.
Canonical correlation analysis (CCA) has been one of the most popular methods for frequency recognition in steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP)-based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).
Very often data we encounter in practice is a collection of matrices rather than a single matrix.
Canonical Polyadic (or CANDECOMP/PARAFAC, CP) decompositions (CPD) are widely applied to analyze high order tensors.