data mining, conditional functional dependency, big data, data quality
In the big data era, the data are generated from different sources or observed from different views. These data are referred to as multi-view data. Unleashing the power of knowledge in multi-view data is very important in big data mining and analysis. This calls for advanced techniques that consider the diversity of different views, while fusing these data. Multi-view Clustering (MvC) has attracted increasing attention in recent years by aiming to exploit complementary and consensus information across multiple views. This paper summarizes a large number of multi-view clustering algorithms, provides a taxonomy according to the mechanisms and principles involved, and classifies these algorithms into five categories, namely, co-training style algorithms, multi-kernel learning, multi-view graph clustering, multi-view subspace clustering, and multi-task multi-view clustering. Therein, multi-view graph clustering is further categorized as graph-based, network-based, and spectral-based methods. Multi-view subspace clustering is further divided into subspace learning-based, and non-negative matrix factorization-based methods. This paper does not only introduce the mechanisms for each category of methods, but also gives a few examples for how these techniques are used. In addition, it lists some publically available multi-view datasets. Overall, this paper serves as an introductory text and survey for multi-view clustering.
Tsinghua University Press
Yan Yang, Hao Wang. Multi-view Clustering: A Survey. Big Data Mining and Anyalytics 2018, 01(02): 83-107.