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An Introduction to Polynomial Optimization and Tensor Computation

Jiawang Nie
Department of Mathematics, UCSD

Abstract:

Polynomial optimization is a class of optimization programs whose objective and constraining functions are polynomials. The core task in polynomial optimization is to compute global optimizers when the optimization is nonconvex. Tensor computation is about optimization and decompositions of tensors, such as tensor norms, tensor eigenvalues and tensor decompositions. All these problems are connected to each other by the theory nonnegative polynomials and moment problems. This talk will give an introduction about classical backgrounds, currently existing results and remaining challenges for the research of these topics.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020
11:00AM Zoom Meeting ID: 926 7798 0955