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Feature extraction and selection methods

The task of the feature extraction and selection methods is to obtain the most relevant information from the original data and represent that information in a lower dimensionality space.

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Selection methods

When the cost of the acquisition and manipulation of all the measurements is high we must make a selection of features. The goal is to select, among all the available features, those that will perform better. Example: which features should be used for classifying a student as a good or bad one:

Available features: marks, height, sex, weight, IQ. Feature selection would choose marks and IQ and would discard height, weight and sex.

**We have to choose P variables in a set of M variables so that the separability is maximal.
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Extraction methods

The goal is to build, using the available features, those that will perform better. Example: which features should be used for classifying a student as a good or bad one:

Available features: marks, height, sex, weight, IQ. Feature extraction may choose marks + IQ2 as the best feature (in fact, it is a combination of two features).

The goal is to transform the origin space X in a new space Y to obtain new features that work better. This way, we can compress the information.

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6 3 . PCA decreases the amount of redundant information by decorrelating the input vectors. The input vectors. there is redundant information. can be represented in a lower dimension space and decorrelated.Principal Component Analysis PCA PCA PCA PCA = is is is Karhunen-Loeve transform = Hotelling transform the most popular feature extraction method a linear transformation used in face recognition systems based on appearance 5 Principal Component Analysis PCA has been successfully applied to human face recognition. PCA is a powerful tool to compress data. If the data are highly correlated. PCA consists on a transformation from a space of high dimension to another with more reduced dimension. with high dimension and correlated.

The projection of the j-th vector xj onto the vector u can be calculated in the following way: M r r p j = u T ⋅ x j = ∑ ui xij i =1 7 PCA by Maximizing Variance (II) We want to find a direction u that maximizes the variance of the projections of all input vectors xj. µ m ]T Using the technique of Lagrange multipliers.. Let us suppose that we have N M-dimensional vectors xj aligned in the data matrix X. j=1.. MORE INFO in PCA. = u T Cu where C is the covariance matrix of the data matrix X. The function to maximize is: r 1 J PCA (u ) = σ 2 ( p j ) = N C= 1 ˆ ˆT X ⋅X N ∑(p j =1 N j r r − p ) 2 = .....pdf 8 4 . N = examples dimension = M Let u be a direction (a vector of lenght 1).PCA by Maximizing Variance (I) We will derive PCA by maximizing the variance in the direction of principal vectors. ˆ X = X − µ ⋅11xN µ = [µ1 ..N. the solution to this maximization problem is to compute the eigenvectors and the eigenvalues of the covariance matrix C..

2). %centering the data Xm=X-meanX*ones(1. λ 2. %dimension of each example M=size(X. Therefore. The eigenvalues and the eigenvectors are arranged with respect to the descending order of the eigenvalues. Obtain the eigenvectors and eigenvalues of the covariance matrix U. the eigenvectors are called principal vectors. λ N on its diagonal.. u2. 10 5 . uN in its columns and the diagonal matrix Λ contains the eigenvalues λ1. %projecting the centered data over the eigenspace P=U'*Xm. while the corresponding eigenvector determines the direction with the maximal variance. By performing singular value decomposition (SVD) of the covariance matrix C we can diagonalize C: T C = UΛU in such a way that the orthonormal matrix U contains the eigenvectors u1.2). thus λ1≥ λ 2 ≥.N).Λ Project the original data in the eigenspace T P =U ⋅ X U can be used as a linear transformation to project the original data of high dimension into a space of lower dimension. %computing the eigenspace: [U D]=eig(C). X %mean Compute the covariance matrix C meanX=mean(X...1).PCA by Maximizing Variance (III) The largest eigenvalue equals the maximal variance.. 9 Computing PCA Steps to compute the PCA transformation of a data matrix X: • • • • Center the data Matlab code: %number of examples N=size(X. the most of the variability of the input random vectors is contained in the first eigenvectors. Hence. %covariance matrix C=(Xm*Xm')/N. ≥ λ N..

5 -1 -0.5 1 1.5 2 2. However.5 11 Computing PCA of a set of images This approach to the calculation of principal vectors is very clear and widely used. which is often the case in the field of computer vision. if the size of the data vector M is very large.m to apply the Turk and Pentland´s trick and compute the PCA transformation of a set of images MORE INFO in PCA.5 -1.PCA of a bidimensional dataset 2 1.5 1 0. we use pc_evectors.5 -1 -1. When we work on Matlab.pdf 12 6 . the covariance matrix C becomes very large and eigenvalue decomposition of C becomes unfeasible. But.5 0 0. PCA can be sped up using a method proposed by Murakami and Kumar which is also known as Turk and Pentland´s trick. if the number of input vectors is smaller than the size of these vectors (N<M).5 0 original centered uncorrelated -0.

. 14 7 . Turk. 1991. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. & Pentland.Face recognition using PCA (I) Eigenfaces for Recognition. LDA tries to discriminate between the different classes of data. 3. 13 Linear Discriminant Analysis (I) LDA = Fisher analysis LDA is a linear transformation LDA is also used in face recognition LDA seeks directions that are efficient for discrimination between classes In PCA. A. 71-86. M. the subspace defined by the vectors is the one that better describes the conjunct of data.

We have C classes and k vectors per class. after projecting the data in the new space. P =W ⋅ X W are the eigenvectors of C 15 Linear Discriminant Analysis (II) The figure shows the effect of LDA transform in a conjunct of data composed of 2 classes. class 2 class 2 class 1 class 1 16 8 . The objective is to make maximum the distance between classes Sb and minimizing Sw. We want to find the transformation matrix W that better describes the subspace that discriminates between classes.Linear Discriminant Analysis (I) We have a conjunct of N vectors of dimension M in the data matrix MxN.

source separation.Linear Discriminant Analysis (III) Limitations of LDA LDA works better than PCA when the training data are well representative of the data in the system. •ICA is somewhat similar to PCA. PCA performs better. •ICA has many applications in data analysis. and feature extraction. 17 Independent Component Analysis (I) •Independent Component Analysis •ICA is a statistical technique that represents a multidimensional random vector as a linear combination of nongaussian random variables ('independent components') that are as independent as possible. If the data are not representative enough. 18 9 .

ICA – cocktail party problem Cocktail party problem ICA is a statistical technique for decomposing a complex dataset into independent sub-parts. Here we show how it can be applied tothe problem of separation of Blind Sources. s 2 (t) s1 ( t ) s3 (t) s 4 (t) x 4 (t) x 3 (t) x1 ( t ) x 2 (t) 19 ICA – cocktail party problem Cocktail party problem Estimate the sources s i ( t ) from the mixed signals x i ( t ) 20 10 .

21 ICA – cocktail party problem Mixed signals 22 11 . A = mixing matrix. X = Observed signals.ICA – cocktail party problem Linear model: x1 ( t ) = a 11s1 ( t ) + a 12s 2 ( t ) + a 13s 3 ( t ) + a 14s 4 ( t ) x 2 ( t ) = a 21s1 ( t ) + a 22s 2 ( t ) + a 23s 3 ( t ) + a 24s 4 ( t ) x 3 ( t ) = a 31s1 ( t ) + a 32s 2 ( t ) + a 33s 3 ( t ) + a 34s 4 ( t ) x 4 ( t ) = a 41s1 ( t ) + a 42s 2 ( t ) + a 43s 3 ( t ) + a 44s 4 ( t ) We can model the problem as X=AS S = 4D vector containing the independent source signals.

p(s1 .K.ICA – cocktail party problem Sources 23 ICA – cocktail party problem Estimate the sources s i ( t ) from the mixed signals x i ( t ) ICA: One possible solution is to assume that the sources are independent. s n ) = p(s1 )p(s 2 )K p(s n ) 24 12 . s 2 .

ICA – cocktail party problem MODEL ICA X = A ⋅S Mixed signals Mixing matrix Sources 25 ICA – cocktail party problem ESTIMATING THE SOURCES S= W⋅X Sources IC’s Separation matrix Mixed signals W = A + → X ≈ AS 26 13 .

27 PCA. in ICA algorithms. A simple way to do this is to first whiten the data and then seek orthogonal non-normal projections. ICA (I) PCA: uncorrelated data (the covariance matrix of the PCA transformed data has the eigenvalues in its diagonal) WHITENING: PCA + scaling (the covariance matrix of the whiten data is the identity) ICA: WHITENING + rotation 28 14 .Computing IC’s Typically. We want to find arrows ωi / si = wiT·x have maximally non-gaussian distributions and mutually uncorrelated. WHITENING. W is sought such that the rows of it have maximally non-gaussian distributions and are mutually uncorrelated.

WHITENING WHITENING: PCA + scaling 29 ICA (I) ICA: WHITENING + rotation R is a rotation that maximizes the non-gaussianity of the projections 30 15 .

32 16 .ICA (II) ICA model: 31 ICA (III) FastICA : is a free MATLAB program that implements the fast-fixed point algorithm.

WHITENING.PCA. ICA (II) 33 Non gaussianity (I) SUPERGAUSSIAN SUBGAUSSIAN 34 17 .

• Spikes • Receptive fields • Natural images Some studies propose that the behaviour of one kind of neurons can be computationally described throught the ICA analysis of this natural inputs.No gaussianity (II) generateNongExample(1) 35 ICA in CNS (Computational Neuroscience) (I) BSS aplications with EEG and MEG signals. 36 18 . ICA solves correctly the problem of extracting the original activity signals Modeling the performance of the neurons in area V1 of mammalian cortex. Those signals are a mixture of different activities in the brain and other external noises. The brains activity is measured through Electroencephalograms.

Spikes SPIKES: electrical signal in neurons 37 Receptive fields 38 19 .

Simple experiment INPUT Natural Image ICA OUTPUT Receptive fields 39 NMF (I) Non-negative matrix factorization (NMF) is a recently developed technique for finding parts. Motivation: In most real systems. the variables are non negative. PCA and ICA offer results complicated to interpret. and it is based on linear representations of non-negative data. NMF finds an approximate factorization X ≈ W ·H into non-negative factors W and H. 40 20 . W and H are chosen as the matrix that minimize reconstruction error. in contrast to many other linear representations such as PCA or ICA. Given a non-negative data matrix X. The non-negativity constraints make the representation purely additive (allowing no subtractions).

NFM generates base vectors that are intuitive features of the faces (eyes. mouth.NMF (II) NMF as a feature extraction method in faces The importance of NMF is that it has capacity of obtaining significant features in collections of real biological data. When applied to X = Faces. nose…) 41 NMF (III) NMF local features 42 21 .

Some images extract the text. but we can extract local ones. we can use it to extract categories of objects. 44 22 . • At last. • It allows extracting local features as shown on the previous figure. it is not possible to extract global features.NMF (IV) NMF local features 43 NMF (V) • NMF presents features that make it adequate for applications in object recognition. others the general shape of the object… • It can be useful in presence of occusions. • In this case. others the top side. • It can be useful also to identify objects in non-structured environments.

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