Supervised data compression via linear discriminant analysis
Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) can be used as a technique for feature extraction to increase the computational efficiency and reduce the degree of overfitting due to the curse of dimensionality in non-regularized models.
The general concept behind LDA is very similar to PCA. Whereas PCA attempts to find the orthogonal component axes of maximum variance in a dataset, the goal in LDA is to find the feature subspace that optimizes class separability. In the following sections, we will discuss the similarities between LDA and PCA in more detail and walk through the LDA approach step by step.
Principal component analysis versus linear discriminant analysis
Both PCA and LDA are linear transformation ...