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In biometric recognition, the data dimensionality is much higher than the size of the training set, leading to the well-known small sample size (SSS) problem. , 1998; Loog, Duin, & Haeb-Umbach, 2001; Duin & Loog, 2004; Ye, 2004; Howland & Park, 2004). The transform-based strategy first reduces the dimensions of the original image data and then uses LDA for feature extraction. Typical transform-based methods include PCA+LDA and uncorrected LDA. The algorithm-based strategy finds an algorithm for LDA that can circumvent the SSS problem.
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