Complexity Issues and Randomization Strategies in Frank-Wolfe Algorithms for Machine Learning

15 Oct 2014  ·  Emanuele Frandi, Ricardo Nanculef, Johan Suykens ·

Frank-Wolfe algorithms for convex minimization have recently gained considerable attention from the Optimization and Machine Learning communities, as their properties make them a suitable choice in a variety of applications. However, as each iteration requires to optimize a linear model, a clever implementation is crucial to make such algorithms viable on large-scale datasets... For this purpose, approximation strategies based on a random sampling have been proposed by several researchers. In this work, we perform an experimental study on the effectiveness of these techniques, analyze possible alternatives and provide some guidelines based on our results. read more

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