Fast semi-supervised discriminant analysis for binary classification of large data-sets

09/14/2017 ∙ by Joris Tavernier, et al. ∙ 0

High-dimensional data requires scalable algorithms. We propose and analyze three scalable and related algorithms for semi-supervised discriminant analysis (SDA). These methods are based on Krylov subspace methods which exploit the data sparsity and the shift-invariance of Krylov subspaces. In addition, the problem definition was improved by adding centralization to the semi-supervised setting. The proposed methods are evaluated on a industry-scale data set from a pharmaceutical company to predict compound activity on target proteins. The results show that SDA achieves good predictive performance and our methods only require a few seconds, significantly improving computation time on previous state of the art.



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