Minimal Basis Facility Location for Subspace Segmentation

@article{Lee2013MinimalBF,
  title={Minimal Basis Facility Location for Subspace Segmentation},
  author={Choon Meng Lee and Loong Fah Cheong},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision},
  year={2013},
  pages={1585-1592}
}
In contrast to the current motion segmentation paradigm that assumes independence between the motion subspaces, we approach the motion segmentation problem by seeking the parsimonious basis set that can represent the data. Our formulation explicitly looks for the overlap between subspaces in order to achieve a minimal basis representation. This parsimonious basis set is important for the performance of our model selection scheme because the sharing of basis results in savings of model… CONTINUE READING

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