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The problem of feature selection has aroused considerable research interests in the past few years. Traditional learning based feature selection methods separate embedding learning and feature ranking. In this paper, we introduce a novel unsuper-vised feature selection approach via Joint Embedding Learning and Sparse Regression (JELSR). Instead of simply(More)
Feature selection has aroused considerable research interests during the last few decades. Traditional learning-based feature selection methods separate embedding learning and feature ranking. In this paper, we propose a novel unsupervised feature selection framework, termed as the joint embedding learning and sparse regression (JELSR), in which the(More)
Matrices, or more generally, multi-way arrays (tensors) are common forms of data that are encountered in a wide range of real applications. How to classify this kind of data is an important research topic for both pattern recognition and machine learning. In this paper, by analyzing the relationship between two famous traditional classification approaches,(More)
The problem of image classification has aroused considerable research interest in the field of image processing. Traditional methods often convert an image to a vector and then use a vector-based classifier. In this paper, a novel multiple rank regression model (MRR) for matrix data classification is proposed. Unlike traditional vector-based methods, we(More)
The shapes of if-part fuzzy sets affect the approximating capability of fuzzy systems. In this paper, the fuzzy systems with the kernel-shaped if-part fuzzy sets are built directly from the training data. It is proved that these fuzzy systems are universal approximators and their uniform approximation rates can be estimated in the single-input–single-output(More)
BACKGROUND We present a novel and systematic approach to analyze temporal microarray data. The approach includes normalization, clustering and network analysis of genes. METHODOLOGY Genes are normalized using an error model based uniform normalization method aimed at identifying and estimating the sources of variations. The model minimizes the correlation(More)
Citation between papers can be treated as a causal relationship. In addition, some citation networks have a number of similarities to the causal networks in network cosmology, e.g., the similar in-and out-degree distributions. Hence, it is possible to model the citation network using network cosmology. The casual network models built on homogenous(More)
The recent years have witnessed a surge of interests of learning high-dimensional correspondence, which is important for both machine learning and neural computation community. Manifold learning–based researches have been considered as one of the most promising directions. In this paper, by analyzing traditional methods, we summarized a new framework for(More)