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Transformed Subspace Clustering

by   Jyoti Maggu, et al.

Subspace clustering assumes that the data is sepa-rable into separate subspaces. Such a simple as-sumption, does not always hold. We assume that, even if the raw data is not separable into subspac-es, one can learn a representation (transform coef-ficients) such that the learnt representation is sep-arable into subspaces. To achieve the intended goal, we embed subspace clustering techniques (locally linear manifold clustering, sparse sub-space clustering and low rank representation) into transform learning. The entire formulation is jointly learnt; giving rise to a new class of meth-ods called transformed subspace clustering (TSC). In order to account for non-linearity, ker-nelized extensions of TSC are also proposed. To test the performance of the proposed techniques, benchmarking is performed on image clustering and document clustering datasets. Comparison with state-of-the-art clustering techniques shows that our formulation improves upon them.


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