Border rank non-additivity for higher order tensors

07/10/2020
by   Matthias Christandl, et al.
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Whereas matrix rank is additive under direct sum, in 1981 Schönhage showed that one of its generalizations to the tensor setting, tensor border rank, can be strictly subadditive for tensors of order three. Whether border rank is additive for higher order tensors has remained open. In this work, we settle this problem by providing analogs of Schönhage's construction for tensors of order four and higher. Schönhage's work was motivated by the study of the computational complexity of matrix multiplication; we discuss implications of our results for the asymptotic rank of higher order generalizations of the matrix multiplication tensor.

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