Multi-view representation learning for data stream clustering

Date

2022-09-27

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Elsevier

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Article

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

Data stream clustering provides valuable insights into the evolving patterns of long sequences of continuously generated data objects. Most existing clustering methods focus on single-view data streams. In this paper, we propose a multi-view representation learning (MVRL) method for multi-view clustering of data streams. We first introduce an integrated representation learning model to learn a fused sparse affinity matrix across multiple views for spectral clustering. Motivated by the optimization procedure of the integrated representation learning model, we propose three consecutive stages: collaborative representation, the construction of individual global affinity matrices using a mapping function, and the calculation of a fused sparse affinity matrix using Euclidean projection. These stages allow the effective capture of the global and local structures of high-dimensional data objects. Moreover, each stage has a closed-form solution, which determines the upper bound of the computational cost and memory consumption. We then employ the construction residuals of the collaborative representation to adaptively update a dynamic set, which is used to preserve the representative data objects. The dynamic set efficiently transfers previously learned useful knowledge to the arriving data objects. Extensive experimental results on multi-view data stream datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed MVRL method.

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open access article

Keywords

Data stream clustering, Representation learning, Multi-view data, High-dimensional data

Citation

Chen, J., Yang, S. and Wang, Z (2022) Multi-view representation learning for data stream clustering. Information Sciences, 613, pp. 731-746

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Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI)