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It is always demanding to learn robust visual representation for various learning problems; however, this learning and maintenance process usually suffers from noise, incompleteness or knowledge domain mismatch. Thus, robust representation learning by removing noisy features or samples, complementing incomplete data, and mitigating the distribution difference becomes the key. Along this line of research, low-rank modeling has been widely-applied to solving representation learning challenges.arXiv:1909.13123v2 fatcat:wll23rkrznejvhzsihc6rwcwve