Minimization methods for approximating tensors and their comparison
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Application of various minimization methods to trilinear approximation of tensors is considered. These methods are compared based on numerical calculations. For the Gauss-Newton method, an efficient implementation is proposed, and the local rate of convergence is estimated for the case of completely symmetric tensors.
Keywordstrilinear approximation minimization methods nonlinear approximation
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