31 May 2024
11:00  - 12:00

Seminar in Numerical Analysis: Philipp Trunschke (University of Nantes)

Using weights for fun and profit: Weighted sparse and low-rank approximation

Many functions of interest exhibit weighted summability of their coefficients with respect to some dictionary of basis functions. This summability enables efficient sparse and low-rank approximation and ensures that the function can be estimated efficiently from samples. This talk presents some fundamental results on the estimation of sparse and low-rank functions, like the weighted Stechkin lemma and the restricted isometry property, and introduces simultaneously sparse and low-rank tensor formats.


For further information about the seminar, please visit this webpage.

Export event as iCal