Analysis of the Stochastic Alternating Least Squares Method for the Decomposition of Random Tensors

04/27/2020
by   Yanzhao Cao, et al.
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Stochastic Alternating Least Squares (SALS) is a method that approximates the canonical decomposition of averages of sampled random tensors. Its simplicity and efficient memory usage make SALS an ideal tool for decomposing tensors in an online setting. We show, under mild regularization and readily verifiable assumptions on the boundedness of the data, that the SALS algorithm is globally convergent. Numerical experiments validate our theoretical findings and demonstrate the algorithm's performance and complexity.

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