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Multi-view Learning: Make Six Blinds Successful

Dacheng Tao
Professor
University of Technology, Sydney


Abstract: In recent years, many algorithms for learning from multi-view data by considering the diversity of different views have been proposed. These views may be obtained from multiple sources or different feature subsets. For example, a person can be identified by face, fingerprint, signature or iris with information obtained from multiple sources, while an image can be represented by its color or texture features, which can be seen as different feature subsets of the image. In this talk, we will organize the similarities and differences between a wide variety of multi-view learning approaches, highlight their limitations, and then demonstrate the basic fundamentals for the success of multi-view learning. The thorough investigation on the view insufficiency problem and the in-depth analysis on the influence of view properties (consistence and complementarity) will be beneficial for the continuous development of multi-view learning.

Bio: Dacheng Tao (F'15) is Professor of Computer Science with the Centre for Quantum Computation & Intelligent Systems, and the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology in the University of Technology, Sydney. He mainly applies statistics and mathematics to data analytics problems and his research interests spread across computer vision, data science, image processing, machine learning, and video surveillance. His research results have expounded in one monograph and 200+ publications at prestigious journals and prominent conferences, such as IEEE T-PAMI, T-NNLS, T-IP, JMLR, IJCV, NIPS, ICML, CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, AISTATS, ICDM; and ACM SIGKDD, with several best paper awards. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, OSA, IAPR.
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