Optimization on low rank nonconvex structures

by Hiroshi Konno

Publisher: Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht, Boston, Mass

Written in English
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Includes index.

Statementby Hiroshi Konno, Phan Thien Thach, Hoang Tuy.
SeriesNonconvex optimization and its applications ;, v. 15
ContributionsThach, Phan Thien., Hoang, Tuy, 1927-
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LC ClassificationsQA402.5 .K6545 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 457 p. :
Number of Pages457
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL998636M
ISBN 100792343085
LC Control Number96037405

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 35, no. 1, pp.Abstract. A rank-rmatrix X2Rm n can be written as a product UV>, where U2Rm r and V 2Rn r. One could exploit this observation in optimization: e.g., consider the minimization of a convex function f(X) over rank-rmatrices, where the set of low-rank matrices is modeled via UV>.

Though such. Part II presents the foundation and application of global search principles such as partitioning and cutting, outer and inner approximation, and decomposition to general global optimization problems and to problems with a low-rank nonconvex structure as well as quadratic problems.

Much new material is offered, aside from a rigorous mathematical Reviews: 1. Compared with convex relaxation, nonconvex optimization exhibits superior empirical performance for large scale instances of low rank matrix estimation.

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Although many such matrices C may exist, the. The NLR exploits the low rank property of group and adopts the nonconvex log det (X) as penalty function of group. Furthermore, it is worth to mention that all of these methods employ ADM to solve their corresponding optimization problems.

Abstract: We propose a general theory for studying the \xl{landscape} of nonconvex \xl{optimization} with underlying symmetric structures \tz{for a class of machine learning problems (e.g., low-rank matrix factorization, phase retrieval, and deep linear neural networks)}.

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