Local Principal Component Pursuit for Nonlinear Datasets
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LAB NM
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A robust version of Principal Component Analysis PCA can be constructed via a decomposition of a data matrix into low-rank and sparse components, the former representing a low-dimensional linear model of the data, and the latter representing sparse deviations from the low-dimensional subspace. This decomposition has been shown to be highly effective, but the underlying model is not appropriate when the data are not modeled well by a single low-dimensional subspace. We construct a new decomposition corresponding to a more general underlying model consisting of a union of low-dimensional subspaces, and demonstrate its performance on a video background removal problem.
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