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|Title:||Outlier-robust PCA: The high-dimensional case|
|Authors:||Xu, H. |
principal component analysis (PCA)
|Citation:||Xu, H., Caramanis, C., Mannor, S. (2013). Outlier-robust PCA: The high-dimensional case. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 59 (1) : 546-572. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/TIT.2012.2212415|
|Abstract:||Principal component analysis plays a central role in statistics, engineering, and science. Because of the prevalence of corrupted data in real-world applications, much research has focused on developing robust algorithms. Perhaps surprisingly, these algorithms are unequipped-indeed, unable-to deal with outliers in the high-dimensional setting where the number of observations is of the same magnitude as the number of variables of each observation, and the dataset contains some (arbitrarily) corrupted observations. We propose a high-dimensional robust principal component analysis algorithm that is efficient, robust to contaminated points, and easily kernelizable. In particular, our algorithm achieves maximal robustness-it has a breakdown point of 50% (the best possible), while all existing algorithms have a breakdown point of zero. Moreover, our algorithm recovers the optimal solution exactly in the case where the number of corrupted points grows sublinearly in the dimension. © 2012 IEEE.|
|Source Title:||IEEE Transactions on Information Theory|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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