Color Image Classification via Quaternion Principal Component Analysis Network

03/05/2015 ∙ by Rui Zeng, et al. ∙ 0

The Principal Component Analysis Network (PCANet), which is one of the recently proposed deep learning architectures, achieves the state-of-the-art classification accuracy in various databases. However, the performance of PCANet may be degraded when dealing with color images. In this paper, a Quaternion Principal Component Analysis Network (QPCANet), which is an extension of PCANet, is proposed for color images classification. Compared to PCANet, the proposed QPCANet takes into account the spatial distribution information of color images and ensures larger amount of intra-class invariance of color images. Experiments conducted on different color image datasets such as Caltech-101, UC Merced Land Use, Georgia Tech face and CURet have revealed that the proposed QPCANet achieves higher classification accuracy than PCANet.



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