Multi-view Hierarchical Clustering

by   Qinghai Zheng, et al.

This paper focuses on the multi-view clustering, which aims to promote clustering results with multi-view data. Usually, most existing works suffer from the issues of parameter selection and high computational complexity. To overcome these limitations, we propose a Multi-view Hierarchical Clustering (MHC), which partitions multi-view data recursively at multiple levels of granularity. Specifically, MHC consists of two important components: the cosine distance integration (CDI) and the nearest neighbor agglomeration (NNA). The CDI can explore the underlying complementary information of multi-view data so as to learn an essential distance matrix, which is utilized in NNA to obtain the clustering results. Significantly, the proposed MHC can be easily and effectively employed in real-world applications without parameter selection. Experiments on nine benchmark datasets illustrate the superiority of our method comparing to several state-of-the-art multi-view clustering methods.


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