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Generalized Adaptive Dictionary Learning via Domain Shift Minimization

@article{Panaganti2014GeneralizedAD,
  title={Generalized Adaptive Dictionary Learning via Domain Shift Minimization},
  author={Varun Panaganti},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1411.0022}
}
Visual data driven dictionaries have been successfully employed for various object recognition and classification tasks. However, the task becomes more challenging if the training and test data are from contrasting domains. In this paper, we propose a novel and generalized approach towards learning an adaptive and common dictionary for multiple domains. Precisely, we project the data from different domains onto a low dimensional space while preserving the intrinsic structure of data from each… Expand

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