Autoencoder can learn the structure of data adaptively and represent data efficiently. These properties make autoencoder not only suit huge volume and variety of data well but also overcome expensive designing cost and poor generalization. Moreover, using autoencoder in deep learning to implement feature extraction could draw better classification accuracy. However, there exist poor robustness and overfitting problems when utilizing autoencoder. In order to extract useful features, meanwhile improve robustness and overcome overfitting, we studied denoising sparse autoencoder through adding corrupting operation and sparsity constraint to traditional autoencoder. The results suggest that different autoencoders mentioned in this paper have some close relation and the model we researched can extract interesting features which can reconstruct original data well. In addition, all results show a promising approach to utilizing the proposed autoencoder to build deep models.
International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics – Springer Journals
Published: May 31, 2016
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