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Reports tagged with non-negative rank:
TR17-185 | 28th November 2017
Makrand Sinha

Lower Bounds for Approximating the Matching Polytope

We prove that any extended formulation that approximates the matching polytope on $n$-vertex graphs up to a factor of $(1+\varepsilon)$ for any $\frac2n \le \varepsilon \le 1$ must have at least ${n}\choose{{\alpha}/{\varepsilon}}$ defining inequalities where $0<\alpha<1$ is an absolute constant. This is tight as exhibited by the $(1+\varepsilon)$ approximating linear ... more >>>

TR19-034 | 5th March 2019
Pavel Hrubes

On $\epsilon$-sensitive monotone computations

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We show that strong-enough lower bounds on monotone arithmetic circuits or the non-negative rank of a matrix imply unconditional lower bounds in arithmetic or Boolean circuit complexity. First, we show that if a polynomial $f\in {\mathbb {R}}[x_1,\dots, x_n]$ of degree $d$ has an arithmetic circuit of size $s$ then $(x_1+\dots+x_n+1)^d+\epsilon ... more >>>

TR24-008 | 17th January 2024
Pavel Hrubes

Hard submatrices for non-negative rank and communication complexity }

Given a non-negative real matrix $M$ of non-negative rank at least $r$, can we witness this fact by a small submatrix of $M$? While Moitra (SIAM J. Comput. 2013) proved that this cannot be achieved exactly, we show that such a witnessing is possible approximately: an $m\times n$ matrix always ... more >>>

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