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low rank approximation

Monday, May 16, 2016 - 3:10pm - 4:00pm
David Woodruff (IBM Research Division)
We consider an illustrative problem in distributed machine learning - computing a low rank approximation in the arbitrary partition model. In this model each of s servers holds an n x d matrix A^i, where each entry is an O(log nd)-bit word, and we let A = A^1 + ... + A^s. We would like each server to output the same k x d matrix V, so that V is an approximation to the top k principal components of A, in the sense that projecting onto V provides a (1+eps)-approximate low rank approximation.
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