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IEEE Trans Cybern. 2013 Oct;43(5):1406-17. doi: 10.1109/TCYB.2013.2264285. Epub 2013 Jul 3.

Rank preserving sparse learning for Kinect based scene classification.


With the rapid development of the RGB-D sensors and the promptly growing population of the low-cost Microsoft Kinect sensor, scene classification, which is a hard, yet important, problem in computer vision, has gained a resurgence of interest recently. That is because the depth of information provided by the Kinect sensor opens an effective and innovative way for scene classification. In this paper, we propose a new scheme for scene classification, which applies locality-constrained linear coding (LLC) to local SIFT features for representing the RGB-D samples and classifies scenes through the cooperation between a new rank preserving sparse learning (RPSL) based dimension reduction and a simple classification method. RPSL considers four aspects: 1) it preserves the rank order information of the within-class samples in a local patch; 2) it maximizes the margin between the between-class samples on the local patch; 3) the L1-norm penalty is introduced to obtain the parsimony property; and 4) it models the classification error minimization by utilizing the least-squares error minimization. Experiments are conducted on the NYU Depth V1 dataset and demonstrate the robustness and effectiveness of RPSL for scene classification.

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