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Parameterized Algorithms for the Matrix Completion Problem



Year of publication 2018
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML)
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Faculty of Informatics

Keywords Matrix Completion; Parameterized Complexity
Description We consider two matrix completion problems, in which we are given a matrix with missing entries and the task is to complete the matrix in a way that (1) minimizes the rank, or (2) minimizes the number of distinct rows. We study the parameterized complexity of the two aforementioned problems with respect to several parameters of interest, including the minimum number of matrix rows, columns, and rows plus columns needed to cover all missing entries. We obtain new algorithmic results showing that, for the bounded domain case, both problems are fixed-parameter tractable with respect to all aforementioned parameters. We complement these results with a lower-bound result for the unbounded domain case that rules out fixed-parameter tractability w.r.t. some of the parameters under consideration.
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