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An Adaptive Affinity Matrix Optimization for Locality Preserving Projection via Heuristic Methods for Hyperspectral Image Analysis Authors:
Publisher and Date:(IEEE-Inst Electrıcal Electronıcs Engıneers Inc, 2019)Locality preserving projection (LPP) has been often used as a dimensionality reduction tool for hyperspectral image analysis especially in the context of classification since it provides a projection matrix for embedding test samples to low dimensional space. However, the performance of LPP heavily depends on the optimization of two parameters of the graph affinity matrix: k-nearest neighbor and heat kernel width, when one considers an isotropic kernel. These two parameters might be optimally ...
Comparison of post outage bus voltage magnitudes estimated by harmony search and differential evolution methods Authors:
Publisher and Date:(2009)Contingency studies are indispensable tools of both the power system planning and operational studies. Real time implementation of operational problems makes necessary the use of high speed computational methods while requiring reasonable accuracies. On the other hand, accuracy of the results and the speed of calculation depend on branch outage modeling as well as solution algorithm used. This paper presents a comparison of post outage bus voltage magnitudes calculated by two meta-heuristic ...
Publisher and Date:(IEEE, 2019)Dimensionality reduction has been an active research topic in hyperspectral image analysis due to complexity and non-linearity of the hundreds of the spectral bands. Locality preserving projection (LPP) is a linear extension of the manifold learning and has been very effective in dimensionality reduction compared to linear methods. However, its performance heavily depends on construction of the graph affinity matrix, which has two parameters need to be optimized: k-nearest neighbor parameter and ...