Tensor Completion via a Low-Rank Approximation Pursuit

04/19/2020 ∙ by An-Bao Xu, et al. ∙ 0

This paper considers the completion problem for a tensor (also referred to as a multidimensional array) from limited sampling. Our greedy method is based on extending the low-rank approximation pursuit (LRAP) method for matrix completions to tensor completions. The method performs a tensor factorization using the tensor singular value decomposition (t-SVD) which extends the standard matrix SVD to tensors. The t-SVD leads to a notion of rank, called tubal-rank here. We want to recreate the data in tensors from low resolution samples as best we can here. To complete a low resolution tensor successfully we assume that the given tensor data has low tubal-rank. For tensors of low tubal-rank, we establish convergence results for our method that are based on the tensor restricted isometry property (TRIP). Our result with the TRIP condition for tensors is similar to low-rank matrix completions under the RIP condition. The TRIP condition uses the t-SVD for low tubal-rank tensors, while RIP uses the SVD for matrices. We show that a subgaussian measurement map satisfies the TRIP condition with high probability and gives an almost optimal bound on the number of required measurements. We compare the numerical performance of the proposed algorithm with those for state-of-the-art approaches on video recovery and color image recovery.



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