Search Machine Learning Repository: Structured Low-Rank Matrix Factorization: Optimality, Algorithm, and Applications to Image Processing
Authors: Benjamin Haeffele, Eric Young and Rene Vidal
Conference: Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML-14)
Year: 2014
Pages: 2007-2015
Abstract: Recently, convex solutions to low-rank matrix factorization problems have received increasing attention in machine learning. However, in many applications the data can display other structures beyond simply being low-rank. For example, images and videos present complex spatio-temporal structures, which are largely ignored by current low-rank methods. In this paper we explore a matrix factorization technique suitable for large datasets that captures additional structure in the factors by using a projective tensor norm, which includes classical image regularizers such as total variation and the nuclear norm as particular cases. Although the resulting optimization problem is not convex, we show that under certain conditions on the factors, any local minimizer for the factors yields a global minimizer for their product. Examples in biomedical video segmentation and hyperspectral compressed recovery show the advantages of our approach on high-dimensional datasets.
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