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Consistent and Complementary Graph Regularized Multi-view Subspace Clustering

@article{Zheng2020ConsistentAC,
  title={Consistent and Complementary Graph Regularized Multi-view Subspace Clustering},
  author={Qinghai Zheng and Jihua Zhu and Zhongyu Li and Shanmin Pang and Jun Wang and Lei Chen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.03106}
}
This study investigates the problem of multi-view clustering, where multiple views contain consistent information and each view also includes complementary information. Exploration of all information is crucial for good multi-view clustering. However, most traditional methods blindly or crudely combine multiple views for clustering and are unable to fully exploit the valuable information. Therefore, we propose a method that involves consistent and complementary graph-regularized multi-view… 

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