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Other than vector representations, the direct objects of human cognition are generally high-order tensors, such as 2D images and 3D textures. From this fact, two interesting questions naturally arise: How does the human brain represent these tensor perceptions in a "manifold" way, and how can they be recognized on the "manifold"? In this paper, we present a supervised model to learn the intrinsic structure of the tensors embedded in a high dimensional Euclidean space. With the fixed pointarXiv:1306.2663v1 fatcat:vlh7ofz2ujae7nqqq455zm47dm