Non-linear dimensionality reduction techniques for unsupervised feature extraction

@article{Backer1998NonlinearDR,
  title={Non-linear dimensionality reduction techniques for unsupervised feature extraction},
  author={Steve De Backer and Antoine Naud and Paul Scheunders},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={1998},
  volume={19},
  pages={711-720}
}
Dimensionality reduction techniques have been regularly used for visualization of high-dimensional data sets. In this paper, reduction to d02 is studied, with the purpose of feature extraction. Four different non-linear techniques are studied: multidimensional scaling, Sammon’s mapping, self-organizing maps and auto-associative feedforward networks. All four techniques will be presented in the same framework of optimization. A comparison with respect to feature extraction is made by evaluating… CONTINUE READING

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