Tensor Completion via Tensor QR Decomposition and L_2,1-Norm Minimization

11/09/2020 ∙ by Yongming Zheng, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we consider the tensor completion problem, which has many researchers in the machine learning particularly concerned. Our fast and precise method is built on extending the L_2,1-norm minimization and Qatar Riyal decomposition (LNM-QR) method for matrix completions to tensor completions, and is different from the popular tensor completion methods using the tensor singular value decomposition (t-SVD). In terms of shortening the computing time, t-SVD is replaced with the method computing an approximate t-SVD based on Qatar Riyal decomposition (CTSVD-QR), which can be used to compute the largest r (r>0 ) singular values (tubes) and their associated singular vectors (of tubes) iteratively. We, in addition, use the tensor L_2,1-norm instead of the tensor nuclear norm to minimize our model on account of it is easy to optimize. Then in terms of improving accuracy, ADMM, a gradient-search-based method, plays a crucial part in our method. Numerical experimental results show that our method is faster than those state-of-the-art algorithms and have excellent accuracy.



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