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A Maximum Uncertainty LDA-Based Approach for Limited Sample Size Problems : With Application to Face Recognition

Carlos E. ThomazDuncan Fyfe Gillies

A critical issue of applying Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) is both the singularity and instability of the within-class scatter matrix. In practice, particularly in image recognition applications such as face recognition, there are often a large number of pixels or pre-processed features available, but the total number of training patterns is limited and commonly less than the dimension of the feature space. In this paper, a maximum uncertainty LDA-based method is proposed. It is based on a straightforward stabilisation approach for the within-class scatter matrix. In order to evaluate its effectiveness, experiments on face recognition using the well-known ORL and FERET face databases were carried out and compared with other LDA-based methods. The results indicate that our method im-proves the LDA classification performance when the within-class scatter matrix is not only singular but also poorly estimated, with or without a Principal Component Analysis intermediate step and using less linear discriminant features.

http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/SIBGRAPI.2005.6

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