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|Title:||Feature selection with redundancy-constrained class separability|
|Citation:||IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, 2010; 21(5):853-858|
|Publisher:||IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc|
|Luping Zhou, Lei Wang and Chunhua Shen|
|Abstract:||Scatter-matrix-based class separability is a simple and efficient feature selection criterion in the literature. However, the conventional trace-based formulation does not take feature redundancy into account and is prone to selecting a set of discriminative but mutually redundant features. In this brief, we first theoretically prove that in the context of this trace-based criterion the existence of sufficiently correlated features can always prevent selecting the optimal feature set. Then, on top of this criterion, we propose the redundancy-constrained feature selection (RCFS). To ensure the algorithm's efficiency and scalability,we study the characteristic of the constraints with which the resulted constrained 0-1 optimization can be efficiently and globally solved. By using the totally unimodular (TUM) concept in integer programming, a necessary condition for such constraints is derived. This condition reveals an interesting special case in which qualified redundancy constraints can be conveniently generated via a clustering of features. We study this special case and develop an efficient feature selection approach based on Dinkelbach's algorithm. Experiments on benchmark data sets demonstrate the superior performance of our approach to those without redundancy constraints.|
Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted
Information Storage and Retrieval
Pattern Recognition, Automated
|Rights:||© Copyright 2010 IEEE – All Rights Reserved|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest|
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