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Astérisque - Titles - 390 (2017) 409-426

Titles < 2017 < 390

Séminaire Bourbaki, volume 2015/2016, exposés 1104-1119
Astérisque 390 (2017), xi+533 pages
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Exposé 1117 : Parcimonie et systèmes linéaires sous-determinés
Francis BACH
Astérisque 390 (2017), 409-426
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Résumé :
Les systèmes linéaires sous-déterminés, avec plus d'inconnues que d'équations, sont très courants dans de nombreux domaines d'applications des mathématiques. Pour pallier l'absence de solutions uniques, certaines structures, dites de parcimonie, peuvent être imposées sur les solutions, comme le fait d'avoir un nombre maximal de composantes non nulles. Cette simple hypothèse donne lieu à une théorie riche mettant en jeu des concepts de convexité et de matrices aléatoires. Dans cet exposé, je présenterai les travaux d'Emmanuel Candès sur l'échantillonnage compressé et la complétion de matrices, qui sont deux instantiations marquantes de ces systèmes sous-déterminés.

Mots-clefs : Systèmes linéaires sous-déterminés, parcimonie, matrices aléatoires.

Exposé 1117 : Sparsity and undetermined linear systems
Undetermined linear systems, with more unknowns than equations, are very common in many application areas of mathematics. To remedy the lack of unique solutions, certain sparse structures can be imposed on the solutions, such as having a bounded number of non-zero components. This simple assumption leads to a rich theory mixing concepts from convex optimization and random matrices. In this seminar, I will present some of the contributions of Emmanuel Candès on compressed sensing and matrix completion, which are two remarkable instances of these underdetermined systems.

Keywords: Undetermined linear systems, sparcity, random matrices.

Class. math. : 52B55, 62H12, 42B05.

ISSN : 0303-1179
Publié avec le concours de : Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique


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