Search Machine Learning Repository: @inproceedings{icml2014c2_gunasekar14,
    Publisher = {JMLR Workshop and Conference Proceedings},
    Title = {Exponential Family Matrix Completion under Structural Constraints},
    Url = {http://jmlr.org/proceedings/papers/v32/gunasekar14.pdf},
    Abstract = {We consider the matrix completion problem of recovering a structured matrix from noisy and partial measurements. Recent works have proposed tractable estimators with strong statistical guarantees for the case where the underlying matrix is low--rank, and the measurements consist of a subset, either of the exact individual entries, or of the entries perturbed by additive Gaussian noise, which is thus implicitly suited for thin--tailed continuous data. Arguably, common applications of matrix completion require estimators for (a) heterogeneous data--types, such as skewed--continuous, count, binary, etc., (b) for heterogeneous noise models (beyond Gaussian), which capture varied uncertainty in the measurements, and (c) heterogeneous structural constraints beyond low--rank, such as block--sparsity, or a superposition structure of low--rank plus elementwise sparseness, among others. In this paper, we provide a vastly unified framework for generalized matrix completion by considering a matrix completion setting wherein the matrix entries are sampled from any member of the rich family of \textit{exponential family distributions}; and impose general structural constraints on the underlying matrix, as captured by a general regularizer $\mathcal{R}(.)$. We propose a simple convex regularized $M$--estimator for the generalized framework, and provide a unified and novel statistical analysis for this general class of estimators. We finally corroborate our theoretical results on simulated datasets.},
    Author = {Suriya Gunasekar and Pradeep Ravikumar and Joydeep Ghosh},
    Editor = {Tony Jebara and Eric P. Xing},
    Year = {2014},
    Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML-14)},
    Pages = {1917-1925}
   }