Neighborhood and Graph Constructions using Non-Negative Kernel Regression

arxiv(2023)

引用 9|浏览20
暂无评分
摘要
Data-driven neighborhood definitions and graph constructions are often used in machine learning and signal processing applications. k-nearest neighbor~(kNN) and $\epsilon$-neighborhood methods are among the most common methods used for neighborhood selection, due to their computational simplicity. However, the choice of parameters associated with these methods, such as k and $\epsilon$, is still ad hoc. We make two main contributions in this paper. First, we present an alternative view of neighborhood selection, where we show that neighborhood construction is equivalent to a sparse signal approximation problem. Second, we propose an algorithm, non-negative kernel regression~(NNK), for obtaining neighborhoods that lead to better sparse representation. NNK draws similarities to the orthogonal matching pursuit approach to signal representation and possesses desirable geometric and theoretical properties. Experiments demonstrate (i) the robustness of the NNK algorithm for neighborhood and graph construction, (ii) its ability to adapt the number of neighbors to the data properties, and (iii) its superior performance in local neighborhood and graph-based machine learning tasks.
更多
查看译文
AI 理解论文
溯源树
样例
生成溯源树,研究论文发展脉络
Chat Paper
正在生成论文摘要