Journal of Data Analysis and Information Processing

Volume 4, Issue 2 (May 2016)

ISSN Print: 2327-7211   ISSN Online: 2327-7203

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A Comparative Study of Locality Preserving Projection and Principle Component Analysis on Classification Performance Using Logistic Regression

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DOI: 10.4236/jdaip.2016.42005    2,666 Downloads   3,189 Views   Citations

ABSTRACT

There are a variety of classification techniques such as neural network, decision tree, support vector machine and logistic regression. The problem of dimensionality is pertinent to many learning algorithms, and it denotes the drastic raise of computational complexity, however, we need to use dimensionality reduction methods. These methods include principal component analysis (PCA) and locality preserving projection (LPP). In many real-world classification problems, the local structure is more important than the global structure and dimensionality reduction techniques ignore the local structure and preserve the global structure. The objectives is to compare PCA and LPP in terms of accuracy, to develop appropriate representations of complex data by reducing the dimensions of the data and to explain the importance of using LPP with logistic regression. The results of this paper find that the proposed LPP approach provides a better representation and high accuracy than the PCA approach.

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Abdelmajed, A. (2016) A Comparative Study of Locality Preserving Projection and Principle Component Analysis on Classification Performance Using Logistic Regression. Journal of Data Analysis and Information Processing, 4, 55-63. doi: 10.4236/jdaip.2016.42005.

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