Shamap: Shape-based Manifold Learning

02/15/2018 ∙ by Fenglei Fan, et al. ∙ 0

For manifold learning, it is assumed that high-dimensional sample/data points are on an embedded low-dimensional manifold. Usually, distances among samples are computed to represent the underlying data structure, for a specified distance measure such as the Euclidean distance or geodesic distance. For manifold learning, here we propose a metric according to the angular change along a geodesic line, thereby reflecting the underlying shape-oriented information or the similarity between high- and low-dimensional representations of a data cloud. Our numerical results are described to demonstrate the feasibility and merits of the proposed dimensionality reduction scheme



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