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Given the data from the two modalities, first two dictionaries are learnt for the respective modalities, so that the data have a sparse representation with respect to their own dictionaries. Then, the sparse coefficients from the two modalities are transformed in such a manner that data from the same class are maximally correlated, while that from different classes have very less correlation. This way of modeling the coupling between the sparse representations of the two modalities makes this approach work seamlessly for paired as well as unpaired data.
go to site The discriminative coupling term also makes the approach better suited for classification tasks. Experiments on different publicly available cross-modal data sets, namely, CUHK photosketch face data set, HFB visible and near-infrared facial images data set, IXMAS multiview action recognition data set, wiki image and text data set and Multiple Features data set, show that this generalized CDL approach performs better than the state-of-the-art for both paired as well as unpaired data.
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