RankConstrainted Optimization: A Riemannian Manifold Approach


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1 RanConstrainted Optimization: A Riemannian Manifold Approach Guifang Zhou1, Wen Huang2, Kyle A. Gallivan1, Paul Van Dooren2, P.A. Absil2 1 Florida State University  Department of Mathematics 1017 Academic Way, Tallahassee, FL , US 2 Universite catholique de Louvain  ICTEAM Institute Avenue G. Lemaı tre 4, 148 LouvainlaNeuve, Belgium Abstract. This paper presents an algorithm that solves optimization problems on a matrix manifold M Rm n with an additional ran inequality constraint. New geometric objects are defined to facilitate efficiently finding a suitable ran. The convergence properties of the algorithm are given and a weighted lowran approximation problem is used to illustrate the efficiency and effectiveness of the algorithm. 1 Introduction We consider lowran optimization problems that combine a ran inequality constraint with a matrix manifold constraint: min f (X), X M (1) where min(m, n), M = {X M ran(x) } and M is a submanifold of Rm n. Typical choices for M are: the entire set Rm n, a sphere, symmetric matrices, elliptopes, spectrahedrons. Recently, optimization on manifolds has attracted significant attention. Attempts have been made to understand problem (1) by considering a related but simpler problem minx Rm n f (X), where Rm n = {X Rm n ran(x) = }, (see e.g., [1, 2]). Since Rm n is a submanifold of Rm n of dimension (m+n ), the simpler problem can be solved using techniques from Riemannian optimization [] applied to matrix manifolds. However, a disadvantage is that the manifold Rm n is not closed in Rm n, which complicates considerably the conver gence analysis and performance of an iteration. Very recently a more global view of a projected linesearch method on Rm n = m n {X R ran(x) } along with a convergence analysis has been developed in [4]. In [], the results of [4] are exploited to propose an algorithm that successively increases the ran by a given constant. Its convergence result to critical This research was supported by the National Science Foundation under grant NSF This paper presents research results of the Belgian Networ DYSCO (Dynamical Systems, Control, and Optimization), funded by the Interuniversity Attraction Poles Programme initiated by the Belgian Science Policy Office. This wor was supported by grant FNRS PDR T
2 points can be deduced from [4, Th..9]; it relies on the assumption, often satisfied in practice, that the limit points have ran. Under this assumption, a linesearch method on Rm n is ultimately the same as a linesearch method on m n R. In this paper, we develop an efficient algorithm for the optimization problems. The main contributions are as follows: First, we generalize the admissible set from Rm n to M. Second, the proposed algorithm solves a ran inequal ity constrained problem while finding a suitable ran for approximation of the locally optimal solution. Third, the proposed algorithm successively increases or decreases the ran by an adaptivelychosen amount; therefore, the ran is updating appropriately, which avoids excessive increase of ran in order to save computations and storage. Finally, theoretical convergence results are given. The rest of this paper is organized as follows. A tangent cone descent algorithm is given in Section 2. Some theoretical results are presented in Section without proofs. Finally, a performance study is provided on the weighted lowran problem [6] in Section 4. 2 A Tangent Cone Descent Algorithm The following assumptions are made to hold throughout this paper: (i) The closure of Mr := {X M ran(x) = r} is a subset of or equal to M r. (ii) Mr is a manifold. (iii) The extension of cost function f in (1) on M is welldefined and it is continuously differentiable. The basic idea of the new algorithm is applying Riemannian optimization methods on a fixedran manifold Mr while efficiently and effectively updating the ran r. For each fixedran manifold Mr, efficient and wellunderstood Riemannian optimization algorithms, see e.g., [7, 8, 9], can be used directly. The main issue is to move from one fixedran manifold to another efficiently and effectively. A ran adjustment decision considers the following two functions: one is an extension of f on M, i.e., ff : M R : X 7 ff (X), such that f = ff M, and the other is the restriction of f on a fixedran manifold Mr, i.e., fr : Mr R : X 7 fr (X), such that fr = f Mr. The ran is increased at x Mr if r < and the following two conditions hold simultaneously: Condition I (angle threshold ǫ1 ): tan( (gradff (X), gradfr (X))) > ǫ1 ; Condition II (difference threshold ǫ2 ): gradff (X) gradfr (X) ǫ2, where gradff (X) and gradfr (X) denote the Riemannian gradients of ff and fr at a point X Mr. The parameters ǫ1 and ǫ2 are important for finding the exact/approximate solutions and controlling the computational efficiency of the method. A smaller ǫ1 value maes it easier to increase ran per iteration. The smaller ǫ2 is the stricter the accuracy of the approximate local minimizer required. In particular, convergence to critical points of (1) is obtained if ǫ2 is set to 0. Next, we discuss the details about updating the ran. The tangent cone to M at a point X M, TX M, is equal to the set of all smooth admissible directions for M at X (see e.g., [10]). Note that TX M is a linear space 20
3 for X M but is not for any point X M 1. The tangent cone TX M contains the tangent space TX Mr and also the curves approaching X by points of ran T greater than r, but not beyond, i.e., TX M = TX Mr + {η r NX Mr TX M ran(η r ) r}. The characterization of TX M for M = Rm n has been given in [4]. To obtain the next iteration on M M, a general linesearch method is considered: Xn+1 = R Xn (tn ηxn,r ), where tn is a step size and R is a ranrelated retraction defined below in Definition 1. Definition 1 (Ranrelated retraction) Let X Mr. A mapping R X : TX M M is a ranrelated retraction if, ηx TX M, (i) R X (0) = X, (ii) δ > 0 such that [0, δ) t 7 R X (tηx ) is smooth and R X (tηx ) Mr for all t [0, δ), where r is the integer such that r r, ηx TX M r, and d ηx / TX Mr 1, (iii) dt R X (tηx ) t=0 = ηx. It can be shown that a ranrelated retraction always exists. Note R X is not necessarily S a retraction on M since it may not be smooth on the tangent bundle TM := X M TX M. The modified Riemannian optimization algorithm is setched as Alg. 1. Generally speaing, η in Step 7 in Alg. 1 is not unique and any one can be used to change to ran r. The ey to efficiency of the algorithm is to choose r correctly and then choose an appropriate η. In [4], a similar idea is developed for M = Rm n and r =. The authors define the search direction as the projection of the negative gradient onto the tangent cone. If M = Rm n and r =, the choice of η in Step 7 is equivalent to the definition in [4, Corollary.]. Main Theoretical Results Suppose the cost function f is continuously differentiable and the algorithm chosen in Step 2 of Alg. 1 has the property of global convergence to critical points of fr, we give the following main results. The proofs are omitted due to space constraints (see [1]). Theorem 1 (Global Result) The sequence q {Xn } generated by Alg. 1 satisfies 1 + ǫ12 ǫ2. lim inf n PTXn M (gradff (Xn )) 1 2 Theorem 2 (Local Result) Let ff be a C function and X be a nondegenerate minimizer of ff with ran r. Suppose ǫ2 > 0. Denote the sequence of iterates generated by Algorithm 1 by {Xn }. There exists a neighborhood of X, UX, such that if D = {X M f (X) f (X0 )} UX ; D is compact; fˆ : TM R : ξ 7 ff R (ξ) is a radially LC 1 function with sufficient large βrl defined in [, Definition 7.4.1] such that for 1 any X, Y D, R X (Y ) < βrl, then there exists N > 0 such that n > N ran(xn ) = r and Xn UX. 21
4 Algorithm 1 Modified Riemannian Optimization Algorithm 1: 2: : 4: : 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: 12: 1: 14: 1: 16: 17: 4 for n = 0, 1, 2,... do Apply a Riemannian algorithm (e.g. one of GenRTR [7], RBFGS [8, 9, 11], RTRSR1 [9, 12]) to approximately optimize f over Mr with initial point Xn and stop at X n Mr, where either gradfr (X n ) < ǫ (flag 1) or X n is close to M r 1 (flag 0); if flag = 1 then if Both Conditions I and II are satisfied then Set r and η to be r and gradfr (X n ) respectively; while gradff (X n ) η > ǫ21 η do Set r to be r + 1 and η argminη TX M r gradff (X n ) ηf ; end while Obtain Xn+1 by applying an Armijotype line search algorithm along η using a ranrelated retraction; else If ǫ is small enough, stop. Otherwise, ǫ τ ǫ, where τ (0, 1); end if else {flag = 0} If the ran has not been increased on any previous iteration, reduce the ran of X n based on truncation while eeping the function value decrease, update r, obtain next iterate Xn+1 ; Else reduce the ran of X n such that the next iterate Xn+1 satisfies f (Xn+1 ) f (Xi ) c(f (Xi+1 ) f (Xi )), where i is such that the latest ran increase was from Xi to Xi+1, 0 < c < 1. Set r to be the ran of Xn+1 ; end if end for Application We illustrate the effectiveness of Alg. 1 for the weighted lowran approximation problem: min A X2W, f (X) = A X2W = vec{a X}T W vec{a X} X M (2) where M = R80 10, A is given, W R is a positive definite symmetric weighting matrix and vec{a} denotes the vectorized form of A, i.e., a vector constructed by stacing the consecutive columns of A in one vector. The matrix A is generated by A1 AT2 Rm n, where A1 R80, A2 R10. W = U ΣU T, where U R is a random orthogonal matrix generated by Matlab s QR and RAND. The mn singular values of the weighting matrix are generated by Matlab function LOGSPACE with condition number 100 and multiplying, elementwise, by a uniform distribution matrix on the interval [0., 1.]. Three values of are considered, one less than the true ran, one equal to the 22
5 = = =7 method Alg. 1 DMM SULS APM Alg. 1 DMM SULS APM Alg. 1 DMM SULS APM ran.02(99/100) 7(0/100) 7(0/100) f W Rel Err( A X AW ) time(sec) Table 1: Method comparisons. The number in the parenthesis indicates the fraction of experiments where the numerical ran (number of singular values greater than 10 8 ) found by the algorithm equals the true ran. The subscript ± indicates a scale of 10±. Alg. 1 and SULS, are stopped when the norm of the final gradient on the fixedran manifold over the norm of initial full gradient is less than 10 8 while DMM and APM are stopped when the norm of final gradient over the norm of initial gradient is less than true ran and one greater than the true ran. Four algorithms are compared: Alg. 1, DMM [14], SULS [4] and APM [6]. The initial point of Alg. 1 and SULS is a randomly generated ran1 matrix and the initial points of DMM and APM are randomly generated nby(n ) and mby(m ) matrices respectively. Results shown in Table 1 are the average of 100 runs for different data matrices R, weighting matrices W and initial points. The results show that Alg. 1 with ǫ1 =, ǫ2 = 10 4 (GenRTR is used as the inner algorithm, when the sizes become larger, limitedmemory RBFGS [9, 11], for example, may be a better choice) has significant advantages compared with the other methods. It achieves good accuracy in the approximation with less computational time. Furthermore, for Alg. 1, all Riemannian objects, their updates and Xn are based on an efficient three factor, U, D, V, representation, and the singular values are immediately available while, for the other three methods, an additional SVD is required. References [1] B. Mishra, G. Meyer, F. Bach, and R. Sepulchre. Lowran optimization with trace norm penalty. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 2(4): , 201. [2] M. Journe e, F. Bach, P.A. Absil, and R. Sepulchre. Lowran optimization on the cone of positive semidefinite matrices. SIAM Journal on Optimiza 2
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