3 years ago

Semi-supervised Deep Representation Learning for Multi-View Problems.

Vahid Noroozi, Sara Bahaadini, Lei Zheng, Sihong Xie, Weixiang Shao, Philip S. Yu

While neural networks for learning representation of multi-view data have been previously proposed as one of the state-of-the-art multi-view dimension reduction techniques, how to make the representation discriminative with only a small amount of labeled data is not well-studied. We introduce a semi-supervised neural network model, named Multi-view Discriminative Neural Network (MDNN), for multi-view problems. MDNN finds nonlinear view-specific mappings by projecting samples to a common feature space using multiple coupled deep networks. It is capable of leveraging both labeled and unlabeled data to project multi-view data so that samples from different classes are separated and those from the same class are clustered together. It also uses the inter-view correlation between views to exploit the available information in both the labeled and unlabeled data. Extensive experiments conducted on four datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm for multi-view semi-supervised learning.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1811.04480

DOI: arXiv:1811.04480v1

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