Guided Learning: A New Paradigm For Multi-task Classification

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Authors Jingru Fu, Lei Zhang, Bob Zhang, and Wei Jia
Journal/Conference Name The 13th Chinese Conference on Biometric Recognition
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Paper Abstract A prevailing problem in many machine learning tasks is that the training and test data have different distribution (non i.i.d). Previous methods to solve this problem are called Transfer Learning (TL) or Domain Adaptation (DA), which belong to one stage models. In this paper, we propose a new, simple but effective paradigm, Guided Learning (GL), for multi-stage progressive training. This new paradigm is motivated by the “tutor guides student” learning mode in human world. Further, under the framework of GL, a Guided Subspace Learning (GSL) method is proposed for domain disparity reduction, which aims to learn an optimal, invariant and discriminative subspace through the guided learning strategy. Extensive experiments on various databases show that our method outperforms many state-of-the-art TL/DA methods.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language MATLAB
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