Efficient One-Pass Multi-View Subspace Clustering with Consensus Anchors
PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTIETH AAAI CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE
Multi-view subspace clustering (MVSC) optimally integrates multiple graph structure information to improve clustering performance. Recently, many anchor-based variants are proposed to reduce the computational complexity of MVSC. Though achieving considerable acceleration, we observe that most of them adopt fixed anchor points separating from the subsequential anchor graph construction, which may adversely affect the clustering performance. In addition, post-processing is required to generate
... crete clustering labels with additional time consumption. To address these issues, we propose a scalable and parameter-free MVSC method to directly output the clustering labels with optimal anchor graph, termed as Efficient One-pass Multi-view Subspace Clustering with Consensus Anchors (EOMSC-CA). Specially, we combine anchor learning and graph construction into a uniform framework to boost clustering performance. Meanwhile, by imposing a graph connectivity constraint, our algorithm directly outputs the clustering labels without any post-processing procedures as previous methods do. Our proposed EOMSC-CA is proven to be linear complexity respecting to the data size. The superiority of our EOMSC-CA over the effectiveness and efficiency is demonstrated by extensive experiments. Our code is publicly available at https://github.com/Tracesource/EOMSC-CA.