Multi-Way, Multi-View Learning

author: Ilkka Huopaniemi, School of Science, Aalto University
published: Jan. 19, 2010,   recorded: December 2009,   views: 4756


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We extend multi-way, multivariate ANOVA-type analysis to cases where one covariate is the view, with features of each view coming from different, high- dimensional domains. The different views are assumed to be connected by having paired samples; this is common in our main application, biological experiments integrating data from different sources. Such experiments typically also include a controlled multi-way experimental setup where disease status, medical treatment groups, gender and time of the measurement are usual covariates. We introduce a multi-way latent variable model for this new task, by extending the generative model of Bayesian canonical correlation analysis (CCA) both to take multi-way covariate information into account as population priors, and by reducing the dimensionality by an integrated factor analysis that assumes the features to come in correlated groups.

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