Momo: Multi-View Manifold Learning with Manifold Regularization


Momo: Multi-View Manifold Learning with Manifold Regularization – The paper addresses the problem of learning with a large range of views from a text. We propose a new dimensionality reduction method for multidimensional learning using a recurrent convolutional neural network which, under certain assumptions, obtains the same performance as the single view multidimensional learning algorithm. We also propose a novel method for training with multiple views, a technique which is more robust to outliers and improves performance compared with a single view. Our experiments on several datasets show that the proposed method has reasonable performance compared to previous multidimensional learning algorithms.

Deep convolutional network (DCNN) provides a powerful tool for video classification tasks, but it is expensive for standard datasets because of the high computation overhead. This paper proposes an efficient learning method based on deep learning for video classification tasks, which is built upon deep learning which is based on RGB-D data. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that utilizes deep learning for video classification tasks using RGB-D data. We compare the proposed method to the state-of-the-art methods, and demonstrate how to learn the features of RGB-D videos by using an efficient CNN. Our experiments show the benefit of learning RGB-D features for video classification tasks, especially for video sequences with challenging lighting and scene characteristics. We show that learning the features of RGB-D videos with RGB features leads to the best results, as compared to the current state-of-the-art methods. Moreover, we demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method on both RGB-D datasets with varying lighting conditions.

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Momo: Multi-View Manifold Learning with Manifold Regularization

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