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|Title: ||Bidirectional PCA with assembled matrix distance metric for image recognition|
|Authors: ||Zuo, Wangmeng|
Zhang, David D.
|Subjects: ||Face recognition|
Nearest feature line
Principal component analysis (PCA)
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2006 |
|Citation: ||IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics. Part B, Cybernetics, Aug. 2006, v. 36, no. 4, p. 863-872.|
|Abstract: ||Principal component analysis (PCA) has been very successful in image recognition. Recent research on PCA-based methods has mainly concentrated on two issues, namely: 1) feature extraction and 2) classification. This paper proposes to deal
with these two issues simultaneously by using bidirectional PCA (BD-PCA) supplemented with an assembled matrix distance (AMD)metric. For feature extraction, BD-PCA is proposed, which
can be used for image feature extraction by reducing the dimensionality in both column and row directions. For classification, an
AMD metric is presented to calculate the distance between two feature matrices and then the nearest neighbor and nearest feature line classifiers are used for image recognition. The results of the experiments show the efficiency of BD-PCA with AMD metric in image recognition.|
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