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A mixed data frame (MDF) is a table collecting categorical, numerical and count observations. The use of MDF is widespread in statistics and the applications are numerous from abundance data in ecology to recommender systems. In many cases, an MDF exhibits simultaneously main effects, such as row, column or group effects and interactions, for which a low-rank model has often been suggested. Although the literature on low-rank approximations is very substantial, with few exceptions, existing methods do not allow to incorporate main effects and interactions while providing statistical guarantees. The present work fills this gap. We propose an estimation method which allows to recover\n
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A mixed data frame (MDF) is a table collecting categorical, numerical and count observations. The use of MDF is widespread in statistics and the applications are numerous from abundance data in ecology to recommender systems. In many cases, an MDF exhibits simultaneously main effects, such as row, column or group effects and interactions, for which a low-rank model has often been suggested. Although the literature on low-rank approximations is very substantial, with few exceptions, existing methods do not allow to incorporate main effects and interactions while providing statistical guarantees. The present work fills this gap. We propose an estimation method which allows to recover\n
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3 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2208
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10431"
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"slug" => "rank-penalized-estimators-for-high-dimensional-matrices"
"yearMonth" => "2011-10"
"year" => "2011"
"title" => "Rank penalized estimators for high-dimensional matrices"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2011). Rank penalized estimators for high-dimensional matrices. <i>The Electronic Journal of Statistics</i>, 5, pp. 1161-1183."
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In this paper we consider the trace regression model. Assume\n
that we observe a small set of entries or linear combinations of entries of an\n
unknown matrix A0 corrupted by noise. We propose a new rank penalized\n
estimator of A0. For this estimator we establish general oracle inequality for\n
the prediction error both in probability and in expectation. We also prove\n
upper bounds for the rank of our estimator. Then, we apply our general\n
results to the problems of matrix completion and matrix regression. In\n
these cases our estimator has a particularly simple form: it is obtained by\n
hard thresholding of the singular values of a matrix constructed from the\n
observations.
"""
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In this paper we consider the trace regression model. Assume\n
that we observe a small set of entries or linear combinations of entries of an\n
unknown matrix A0 corrupted by noise. We propose a new rank penalized\n
estimator of A0. For this estimator we establish general oracle inequality for\n
the prediction error both in probability and in expectation. We also prove\n
upper bounds for the rank of our estimator. Then, we apply our general\n
results to the problems of matrix completion and matrix regression. In\n
these cases our estimator has a particularly simple form: it is obtained by\n
hard thresholding of the singular values of a matrix constructed from the\n
observations.
"""
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"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
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4 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2212
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10504"
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"slug" => "non-asymptotic-approach-to-varying-coefficient-model"
"yearMonth" => "2013-02"
"year" => "2013"
"title" => "Non-asymptotic approach to varying coefficient model"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. et PENSKY, M. (2013). Non-asymptotic approach to varying coefficient model. <i>The Electronic Journal of Statistics</i>, 7, pp. 454-479."
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
"bid" => "B00732676"
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1 => array:1 [
"name" => "PENSKY M."
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]
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"keywords" => []
"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:37"
"publicationUrl" => "https://projecteuclid.org/download/pdfview_1/euclid.ejs/1360764852"
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"number" => null
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In the present paper we consider the varying coefficient model\n
which represents a useful tool for exploring dynamic patterns in many applications.\n
Existing methods typically provide asymptotic evaluation of precision\n
of estimation procedures under the assumption that the number of\n
observations tends to infinity. In practical applications, however, only a fi-\n
nite number of measurements are available. In the present paper we focus on\n
a non-asymptotic approach to the problem. We propose a novel estimation\n
procedure which is based on recent developments in matrix estimation. In\n
particular, for our estimator, we obtain upper bounds for the mean squared\n
and the pointwise estimation errors. The obtained oracle inequalities are\n
non-asymptotic and hold for finite sample size
"""
"en" => """
In the present paper we consider the varying coefficient model\n
which represents a useful tool for exploring dynamic patterns in many applications.\n
Existing methods typically provide asymptotic evaluation of precision\n
of estimation procedures under the assumption that the number of\n
observations tends to infinity. In practical applications, however, only a fi-\n
nite number of measurements are available. In the present paper we focus on\n
a non-asymptotic approach to the problem. We propose a novel estimation\n
procedure which is based on recent developments in matrix estimation. In\n
particular, for our estimator, we obtain upper bounds for the mean squared\n
and the pointwise estimation errors. The obtained oracle inequalities are\n
non-asymptotic and hold for finite sample size
"""
]
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5 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#1845
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10560"
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"slug" => "noisy-low-rank-matrix-completion-with-general-sampling-distribution"
"yearMonth" => "2014-11"
"year" => "2014"
"title" => "Noisy low-rank matrix completion with general sampling distribution."
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2014). Noisy low-rank matrix completion with general sampling distribution. <i>Bernoulli: A Journal of Mathematical Statistics and Probability</i>, 20(1), pp. 282-303."
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
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"publicationUrl" => "https://projecteuclid.org/download/pdfview_1/euclid.bj/1390407290"
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"volume" => "20"
"number" => "1"
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In the present paper, we consider the problem of matrix completion with noise. Unlike previous works,\n
we consider quite general sampling distribution and we do not need to know or to estimate the variance\n
of the noise. Two new nuclear-norm penalized estimators are proposed, one of them of “square-root” type.\n
We analyse their performance under high-dimensional scaling and provide non-asymptotic bounds on the\n
Frobenius norm error. Up to a logarithmic factor, these performance guarantees are minimax optimal in a\n
number of circumstances.
"""
"en" => """
In the present paper, we consider the problem of matrix completion with noise. Unlike previous works,\n
we consider quite general sampling distribution and we do not need to know or to estimate the variance\n
of the noise. Two new nuclear-norm penalized estimators are proposed, one of them of “square-root” type.\n
We analyse their performance under high-dimensional scaling and provide non-asymptotic bounds on the\n
Frobenius norm error. Up to a logarithmic factor, these performance guarantees are minimax optimal in a\n
number of circumstances.
"""
]
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"fr" => "Systèmes d’Information, Sciences de la Décision et Statistiques"
"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
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"indexedAt" => "2024-04-20T04:21:44.000Z"
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6 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2210
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10562"
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"id" => "10562"
"slug" => "probabilistic-low-rank-matrix-completion-on-finite-alphabets"
"yearMonth" => "2014-12"
"year" => "2014"
"title" => "Probabilistic low-rank matrix completion on finite alphabets"
"description" => "KLOPP, O., LAFOND, J., MOULINES, E. et SALMON, J. (2014). Probabilistic low-rank matrix completion on finite alphabets. Dans: <i>NIPS</i>. Montréal: Neural Information Processing Systems."
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
"bid" => "B00732676"
"slug" => "klopp-olga"
]
1 => array:1 [
"name" => "LAFOND J."
]
2 => array:1 [
"name" => "MOULINES E."
]
3 => array:1 [
"name" => "SALMON J."
]
]
"ouvrage" => "NIPS"
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"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:38"
"publicationUrl" => "http://papers.nips.cc/paper/5358-probabilistic-low-rank-matrix-completion-on-finite-alphabets"
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The task of reconstructing a matrix given a sample of observed entries is known\n
as the matrix completion problem. It arises in a wide range of problems, including\n
recommender systems, collaborative filtering, dimensionality reduction,\n
image processing, quantum physics or multi-class classification to name a few.\n
Most works have focused on recovering an unknown real-valued low-rank matrix\n
from randomly sub-sampling its entries. Here, we investigate the case where\n
the observations take a finite number of values, corresponding for examples to\n
ratings in recommender systems or labels in multi-class classification. We also\n
consider a general sampling scheme (not necessarily uniform) over the matrix\n
entries. The performance of a nuclear-norm penalized estimator is analyzed theoretically.\n
More precisely, we derive bounds for the Kullback-Leibler divergence\n
between the true and estimated distributions. In practice, we have also proposed\n
an efficient algorithm based on lifted coordinate gradient descent in order to tackle\n
potentially high dimensional settings.
"""
"en" => """
The task of reconstructing a matrix given a sample of observed entries is known\n
as the matrix completion problem. It arises in a wide range of problems, including\n
recommender systems, collaborative filtering, dimensionality reduction,\n
image processing, quantum physics or multi-class classification to name a few.\n
Most works have focused on recovering an unknown real-valued low-rank matrix\n
from randomly sub-sampling its entries. Here, we investigate the case where\n
the observations take a finite number of values, corresponding for examples to\n
ratings in recommender systems or labels in multi-class classification. We also\n
consider a general sampling scheme (not necessarily uniform) over the matrix\n
entries. The performance of a nuclear-norm penalized estimator is analyzed theoretically.\n
More precisely, we derive bounds for the Kullback-Leibler divergence\n
between the true and estimated distributions. In practice, we have also proposed\n
an efficient algorithm based on lifted coordinate gradient descent in order to tackle\n
potentially high dimensional settings.
"""
]
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"fr" => "Systèmes d’Information, Sciences de la Décision et Statistiques"
"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
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7 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2213
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10573"
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"id" => "10573"
"slug" => "1-bit-matrix-completion"
"yearMonth" => "2015-01"
"year" => "2015"
"title" => "1-bit Matrix Completion"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2015). 1-bit Matrix Completion. Dans: Indian Russian Conference in Statistics and Probability. Delhi."
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0 => array:3 [
"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
"bid" => "B00732676"
"slug" => "klopp-olga"
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]
"ouvrage" => "Indian Russian Conference in Statistics and Probability"
"keywords" => []
"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:38"
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]
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"fr" => null
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]
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"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
]
"indexedAt" => "2024-04-20T04:21:44.000Z"
]
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8 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2214
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10574"
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"id" => "10574"
"slug" => "adaptive-multinomial-matrix-completion"
"yearMonth" => "2015-01"
"year" => "2015"
"title" => "Adaptive Multinomial Matrix Completion"
"description" => "KLOPP, O., LAFOND, J., MOULINES, E. et SALMON, J. (2015). Adaptive Multinomial Matrix Completion. <i>The Electronic Journal of Statistics</i>, 9(2), pp. 2950-2975."
"authors" => array:4 [
0 => array:3 [
"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
"bid" => "B00732676"
"slug" => "klopp-olga"
]
1 => array:1 [
"name" => "LAFOND J."
]
2 => array:1 [
"name" => "MOULINES E."
]
3 => array:1 [
"name" => "SALMON J."
]
]
"ouvrage" => ""
"keywords" => []
"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:38"
"publicationUrl" => "https://projecteuclid.org/download/pdfview_1/euclid.ejs/1452004956"
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The task of estimating a matrix given a sample of observed\n
entries is known as the matrix completion problem. Most works on matrix\n
completion have focused on recovering an unknown real-valued low-rank\n
matrix from a random sample of its entries. Here, we investigate the case\n
of highly quantized observations when the measurements can take only a\n
small number of values. These quantized outputs are generated according to\n
a probability distribution parametrized by the unknown matrix of interest.\n
This model corresponds, for example, to ratings in recommender systems\n
or labels in multi-class classification. We consider a general, non-uniform,\n
sampling scheme and give theoretical guarantees on the performance of a\n
constrained, nuclear norm penalized maximum likelihood estimator. One\n
important advantage of this estimator is that it does not require knowledge\n
of the rank or an upper bound on the nuclear norm of the unknown matrix\n
and, thus, it is adaptive. We provide lower bounds showing that our\n
estimator is minimax optimal. An efficient algorithm based on lifted coordinate\n
gradient descent is proposed to compute the estimator. A limited\n
Monte-Carlo experiment, using both simulated and real data is provided to\n
support our claims.
"""
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The task of estimating a matrix given a sample of observed\n
entries is known as the matrix completion problem. Most works on matrix\n
completion have focused on recovering an unknown real-valued low-rank\n
matrix from a random sample of its entries. Here, we investigate the case\n
of highly quantized observations when the measurements can take only a\n
small number of values. These quantized outputs are generated according to\n
a probability distribution parametrized by the unknown matrix of interest.\n
This model corresponds, for example, to ratings in recommender systems\n
or labels in multi-class classification. We consider a general, non-uniform,\n
sampling scheme and give theoretical guarantees on the performance of a\n
constrained, nuclear norm penalized maximum likelihood estimator. One\n
important advantage of this estimator is that it does not require knowledge\n
of the rank or an upper bound on the nuclear norm of the unknown matrix\n
and, thus, it is adaptive. We provide lower bounds showing that our\n
estimator is minimax optimal. An efficient algorithm based on lifted coordinate\n
gradient descent is proposed to compute the estimator. A limited\n
Monte-Carlo experiment, using both simulated and real data is provided to\n
support our claims.
"""
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"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
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#_id: "10586"
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"slug" => "estimation-of-matrices-with-row-sparsity"
"yearMonth" => "2015-10"
"year" => "2015"
"title" => "Estimation of matrices with row sparsity"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. et TSYBAKOV, A. (2015). Estimation of matrices with row sparsity. <i>Problems of Information Transmission</i>, 51(4), pp. 335-348."
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
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1 => array:1 [
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"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:39"
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"fr" => "An increasing number of applications is concerned with recovering a sparse matrix from noisy observations. In this paper, we consider the setting where each row of an unknown matrix is sparse. We establish minimax optimal rates of convergence for estimating matrices with row sparsity. A major focus in the present paper is on the derivation of lower bounds."
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10 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2216
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10603"
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"id" => "10603"
"slug" => "matrix-completion-by-singular-value-thresholding-sharp-bounds"
"yearMonth" => "2015-01"
"year" => "2015"
"title" => "Matrix completion by singular value thresholding : sharp bounds"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2015). Matrix completion by singular value thresholding : sharp bounds. <i>The Electronic Journal of Statistics</i>, 9(2), pp. 2348-2369."
"authors" => array:1 [
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
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"keywords" => []
"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:39"
"publicationUrl" => "https://projecteuclid.org/download/pdfview_1/euclid.ejs/1445605702"
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We consider the matrix completion problem where the aim is toestimate a large data matrix for which only a relatively small random subset\n
of its entries is observed. Quite popular approaches to matrix completion\n
problem are iterative thresholding methods. In spite of their empirical success,\n
the theoretical guarantees of such iterative thresholding methods are\n
poorly understood. The goal of this paper is to provide strong theoretical\n
guarantees, similar to those obtained for nuclear-norm penalization methods\n
and one step thresholding methods, for an iterative thresholding algorithm\n
which is a modification of the softImpute algorithm. An important\n
consequence of our result is the exact minimax optimal rates of convergence\n
for matrix completion problem which were know until now only up\n
to a logarithmic factor.
"""
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We consider the matrix completion problem where the aim is to\n
estimate a large data matrix for which only a relatively small random subset\n
of its entries is observed. Quite popular approaches to matrix completion\n
problem are iterative thresholding methods. In spite of their empirical success,\n
the theoretical guarantees of such iterative thresholding methods are\n
poorly understood. The goal of this paper is to provide strong theoretical\n
guarantees, similar to those obtained for nuclear-norm penalization methods\n
and one step thresholding methods, for an iterative thresholding algorithm\n
which is a modification of the softImpute algorithm. An important\n
consequence of our result is the exact minimax optimal rates of convergence\n
for matrix completion problem which were know until now only up\n
to a logarithmic factor.
"""
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11 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2217
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#_id: "10606"
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"slug" => "oracle-inequalities-for-network-models-and-sparse-graphon-estimation"
"yearMonth" => "2015-12"
"year" => "2015"
"title" => "Oracle inequalities for network models and sparse graphon estimation"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2015). Oracle inequalities for network models and sparse graphon estimation. Dans: Meeting in Mathematical Statistics. Frejus."
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0 => array:3 [
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"ouvrage" => "Meeting in Mathematical Statistics"
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"en" => "Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics"
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"indexedAt" => "2024-04-20T04:21:44.000Z"
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"title" => "Oracle inequalities for network models and sparse graphon estimation"
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13 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2219
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"slug" => "robust-matrix-completion"
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"title" => "Robust Matrix Completion"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2015). Robust Matrix Completion. Dans: ISNPS Biosciences, Medicine, and novel Non-parametric Methods. Graz."
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This paper considers the problem of estimation of a low-rank matrix\n
when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries\n
are corrupted. The observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a\n
low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix having\n
a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise\n
sparsity. We analyze a class of estimators obtained as solutions of\n
a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm\n
penalty and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint. Our\n
assumptions allow for simultaneous presence of random and deterministic\n
patterns in the sampling scheme. We establish rates of convergence for\n
the low-rank component from partial and corrupted observations in the\n
presence of noise and we show that these rates are minimax optimal up\n
to logarithmic factors.
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This paper considers the problem of estimation of a low-rank matrix\n
when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries\n
are corrupted. The observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a\n
low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix having\n
a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise\n
sparsity. We analyze a class of estimators obtained as solutions of\n
a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm\n
penalty and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint. Our\n
assumptions allow for simultaneous presence of random and deterministic\n
patterns in the sampling scheme. We establish rates of convergence for\n
the low-rank component from partial and corrupted observations in the\n
presence of noise and we show that these rates are minimax optimal up\n
to logarithmic factors.
"""
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14 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2220
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"slug" => "robust-matrix-completion"
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"title" => "Robust Matrix Completion"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2015). Robust Matrix Completion. Dans: The First International Conference on missing values MissData. Rennes."
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This paper considers the problem of estimation of a low-rank matrix\n
when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries\n
are corrupted. The observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a\n
low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix having\n
a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise\n
sparsity. We analyze a class of estimators obtained as solutions of\n
a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm\n
penalty and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint. Our\n
assumptions allow for simultaneous presence of random and deterministic\n
patterns in the sampling scheme. We establish rates of convergence for\n
the low-rank component from partial and corrupted observations in the\n
presence of noise and we show that these rates are minimax optimal up\n
to logarithmic factors.
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This paper considers the problem of estimation of a low-rank matrix\n
when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries\n
are corrupted. The observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a\n
low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix having\n
a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise\n
sparsity. We analyze a class of estimators obtained as solutions of\n
a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm\n
penalty and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint. Our\n
assumptions allow for simultaneous presence of random and deterministic\n
patterns in the sampling scheme. We establish rates of convergence for\n
the low-rank component from partial and corrupted observations in the\n
presence of noise and we show that these rates are minimax optimal up\n
to logarithmic factors.
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15 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2221
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"slug" => "sparse-high-dimensional-varying-coefficient-model-non-asymptotic-minimax-study"
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"year" => "2015"
"title" => "Sparse high-dimensional varying coefficient model : non-asymptotic minimax study."
"description" => "KLOPP, O. et PENSKY, M. (2015). Sparse high-dimensional varying coefficient model : non-asymptotic minimax study. <i>Annals of Statistics</i>, 43(3), pp. 1273-1299."
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The objective of the present paper is to develop a minimax theory for the varying coefficient\n
model in a non-asymptotic setting. We consider a high-dimensional sparse varying\n
coefficient model where only few of the covariates are present and only some of those covariates\n
are time dependent. Our analysis allows the time dependent covariates to have different\n
degrees of smoothness and to be spatially inhomogeneous. We develop the minimax lower\n
bounds for the quadratic risk and construct an adaptive estimator which attains those lower\n
bounds within a constant (if all time-dependent covariates are spatially homogeneous) or\n
logarithmic factor of the number of observations.
"""
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The objective of the present paper is to develop a minimax theory for the varying coefficient\n
model in a non-asymptotic setting. We consider a high-dimensional sparse varying\n
coefficient model where only few of the covariates are present and only some of those covariates\n
are time dependent. Our analysis allows the time dependent covariates to have different\n
degrees of smoothness and to be spatially inhomogeneous. We develop the minimax lower\n
bounds for the quadratic risk and construct an adaptive estimator which attains those lower\n
bounds within a constant (if all time-dependent covariates are spatially homogeneous) or\n
logarithmic factor of the number of observations.
"""
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16 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2222
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#_id: "10626"
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"slug" => "confidence-sets-for-matrix-completion"
"yearMonth" => "2016-12"
"year" => "2016"
"title" => "Confidence sets for matrix completion"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2016). Confidence sets for matrix completion. Dans: Advances in nonparametric and high-dimensional Statistic. Frejus."
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
"bid" => "B00732676"
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"ouvrage" => "Advances in nonparametric and high-dimensional Statistic"
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17 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2223
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"slug" => "matrix-completion"
"yearMonth" => "2016-04"
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"title" => "Matrix Completion"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2016). Matrix Completion. Dans: Multimedia Inpainting Workshop. Rennes."
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"name" => "KLOPP Olga"
"bid" => "B00732676"
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"ouvrage" => "Multimedia Inpainting Workshop"
"keywords" => []
"updatedAt" => "2021-07-13 14:31:40"
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18 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2224
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"slug" => "network-models-and-sparse-graphon-estimation"
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"title" => "Network models and sparse graphon estimation."
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19 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2225
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"title" => "Oracle inequalities for network models and sparse graphon estimation"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2016). Oracle inequalities for network models and sparse graphon estimation. Dans: Joint Statistical Meeting. Chicago."
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20 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2226
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21 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2227
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22 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2228
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"slug" => "high-dimensional-matrix-estimation-with-unknown-variance-of-the-noise"
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"title" => "High dimensional matrix estimation with unknown variance of the noise"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. et GAIFFAS, S. (2017). High dimensional matrix estimation with unknown variance of the noise. <i>Statistica Sinica</i>, 27(1), pp. 115-145."
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Assume that we observe a small set of entries or linear combinations of entries\n
of an unknown matrix A corrupted by noise. We propose a new method for\n
estimating A which does not rely on the knowledge or on an estimation of the\n
standard deviation of the noise s. Our estimator achieves, up to a logarithmic\n
factor, optimal rates of convergence under the Frobenius risk and, thus, has the\n
same prediction performance as previously proposed estimators which rely on the\n
knowledge of s. Some numerical experiments show the benefits of this approach.
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Assume that we observe a small set of entries or linear combinations of entries\n
of an unknown matrix A corrupted by noise. We propose a new method for\n
estimating A which does not rely on the knowledge or on an estimation of the\n
standard deviation of the noise s. Our estimator achieves, up to a logarithmic\n
factor, optimal rates of convergence under the Frobenius risk and, thus, has the\n
same prediction performance as previously proposed estimators which rely on the\n
knowledge of s. Some numerical experiments show the benefits of this approach.
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23 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2229
#_index: "academ_contributions"
#_id: "10676"
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"slug" => "optimal-graphon-estimation-in-cut-distance"
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"title" => "Optimal graphon estimation in cut distance"
"description" => "KLOPP, O. (2017). Optimal graphon estimation in cut distance. Dans: The Foundations in Computational Mathematics Conference. Barcelona."
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Inhomogeneous random graph models encompass many network models such as stochastic block\n
models and latent position models. We consider the problem of statistical estimation of the matrix of\n
connection probabilities based on the observations of the adjacency matrix of the network. Taking the\n
stochastic block model as an approximation, we construct estimators of network connection probabilities\n
– the ordinary block constant least squares estimator, and its restricted version. We show that they\n
satisfy oracle inequalities with respect to the block constant oracle. As a consequence, we derive optimal\n
rates of estimation of the probability matrix. Our results cover the important setting of sparse networks.\n
Another consequence consists in establishing upper bounds on the minimax risks for graphon estimation\n
in the L2 norm when the probability matrix is sampled according to a graphon model. These bounds\n
include an additional term accounting for the “agnostic” error induced by the variability of the latent\n
unobserved variables of the graphon model. In this setting, the optimal rates are influenced not only\n
by the bias and variance components as in usual nonparametric problems but also include the third\n
component, which is the agnostic error. The results shed light on the differences between estimation\n
under the empirical loss (the probability matrix estimation) and under the integrated loss (the graphon\n
estimation).
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Inhomogeneous random graph models encompass many network models such as stochastic block\n
models and latent position models. We consider the problem of statistical estimation of the matrix of\n
connection probabilities based on the observations of the adjacency matrix of the network. Taking the\n
stochastic block model as an approximation, we construct estimators of network connection probabilities\n
– the ordinary block constant least squares estimator, and its restricted version. We show that they\n
satisfy oracle inequalities with respect to the block constant oracle. As a consequence, we derive optimal\n
rates of estimation of the probability matrix. Our results cover the important setting of sparse networks.\n
Another consequence consists in establishing upper bounds on the minimax risks for graphon estimation\n
in the L2 norm when the probability matrix is sampled according to a graphon model. These bounds\n
include an additional term accounting for the “agnostic” error induced by the variability of the latent\n
unobserved variables of the graphon model. In this setting, the optimal rates are influenced not only\n
by the bias and variance components as in usual nonparametric problems but also include the third\n
component, which is the agnostic error. The results shed light on the differences between estimation\n
under the empirical loss (the probability matrix estimation) and under the integrated loss (the graphon\n
estimation).
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This paper considers the problem of estimation of a low-rank matrix\n
when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries\n
are corrupted. The observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a\n
low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix having\n
a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise\n
sparsity. We analyze a class of estimators obtained as solutions of\n
a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm\n
penalty and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint. Our\n
assumptions allow for simultaneous presence of random and deterministic\n
patterns in the sampling scheme. We establish rates of convergence for\n
the low-rank component from partial and corrupted observations in the\n
presence of noise and we show that these rates are minimax optimal up\n
to logarithmic factors.
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This paper considers the problem of estimation of a low-rank matrix\n
when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries\n
are corrupted. The observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a\n
low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix having\n
a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise\n
sparsity. We analyze a class of estimators obtained as solutions of\n
a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm\n
penalty and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint. Our\n
assumptions allow for simultaneous presence of random and deterministic\n
patterns in the sampling scheme. We establish rates of convergence for\n
the low-rank component from partial and corrupted observations in the\n
presence of noise and we show that these rates are minimax optimal up\n
to logarithmic factors.
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29 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2235
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Inhomogeneous random graph models encompass many network models such as\n
stochastic block models and latent position models. We consider the problem of\n
statistical estimation of the matrix of connection probabilities based on the obser-\n
vations of the adjacency matrix of the network. Taking the stochastic block model\n
as an approximation, we construct estimators of network connection probabilities –\n
the ordinary block constant least squares estimator, and its restricted version. We\n
show that they satisfy oracle inequalities with respect to the block constant oracle.\n
As a consequence, we derive optimal rates of estimation of the probability matrix.\n
Our results cover the important setting of sparse networks. Another consequence\n
consists in establishing upper bounds on the minimax risks for graphon estimation\n
in the L 2 norm when the probability matrix is sampled according to a graphon\n
model. These bounds include an additional term accounting for the “agnostic”\n
error induced by the variability of the latent unobserved variables of the graphon\n
model. In this setting, the optimal rates are influenced not only by the bias and\n
variance components as in usual nonparametric problems but also include the third\n
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between estimation under the empirical loss (the probability matrix estimation) and\n
under the integrated loss (the graphon estimation).
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Inhomogeneous random graph models encompass many network models such as\n
stochastic block models and latent position models. We consider the problem of\n
statistical estimation of the matrix of connection probabilities based on the obser-\n
vations of the adjacency matrix of the network. Taking the stochastic block model\n
as an approximation, we construct estimators of network connection probabilities –\n
the ordinary block constant least squares estimator, and its restricted version. We\n
show that they satisfy oracle inequalities with respect to the block constant oracle.\n
As a consequence, we derive optimal rates of estimation of the probability matrix.\n
Our results cover the important setting of sparse networks. Another consequence\n
consists in establishing upper bounds on the minimax risks for graphon estimation\n
in the L 2 norm when the probability matrix is sampled according to a graphon\n
model. These bounds include an additional term accounting for the “agnostic”\n
error induced by the variability of the latent unobserved variables of the graphon\n
model. In this setting, the optimal rates are influenced not only by the bias and\n
variance components as in usual nonparametric problems but also include the third\n
component, which is the agnostic error. The results shed light on the differences\n
between estimation under the empirical loss (the probability matrix estimation) and\n
under the integrated loss (the graphon estimation).
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"description" => "KLOPP, O., LOUNICI, K., TSYBAKOV, A. et ALAYA, M. (2018). Variety and Veracity of the Data in Matrix Completion. Dans: The 40th Conference on Stochastic Processes and their Applications. Gothenburg."
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Beyond volume, variety and veracity are two important issues of the modern data. In this talk we discuss\n
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a low-rank matrix when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries are corrupted. The\n
observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix\n
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Beyond volume, variety and veracity are two important issues of the modern data. In this talk we discuss\n
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a low-rank matrix when most of its entries are not observed and some of the observed entries are corrupted. The\n
observations are noisy realizations of a sum of a low-rank matrix, which we wish to estimate, and a second matrix\n
having a complementary sparse structure such as elementwise sparsity or columnwise sparsity. We analyze a class of\n
estimators obtained as solutions of a constrained convex optimization problem combining the nuclear norm penalty\n
and a convex relaxation penalty for the sparse constraint.\n
In practical situations, data is often obtained from multiple sources which results in a collection of matrices\n
rather a single one. In the second part, we consider the problem of collective matrix completion with multiple and\n
heterogeneous matrices, which can be count, binary, continuous, etc. We first investigate the setting where, for each\n
source, the matrix entries are sampled from an exponential family distribution. Then we deal with the distribution-\n
free setting. The estimation procedures are based on the penalized nuclear norm estimators. We prove that the\n
proposed estimators achieve fast rates of convergence under the two considered setting.
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32 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2238
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"description" => "KLOPP, O., LU, Y., TSYBAKOV, A.B. et ZHOU, H.H. (2019). Structured Matrix Estimation and Completion. <i>Bernoulli: A Journal of Mathematical Statistics and Probability</i>, 4B(25), pp. 3883-3911."
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37 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2243
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38 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2244
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39 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2245
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40 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2246
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41 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2247
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42 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2248
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43 => Essec\Faculty\Model\Contribution {#2249
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