By Peter Bürgisser, Felipe Cucker
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Sin θ , 1), which implies that Jψpcs (en , θ ) = (sin θ )n−1 and completes the proof. 2 A Crash Course on Probability: I We develop here some basics of probability theory and show how to apply them in our cases of interest, which are mainly Gaussian distributions in Euclidean spaces, uniform distributions on spheres, and their products on data spaces. 1 Basic Facts Densities and Probabilities By a probability measure on a data space M one understands a measure μ on M such that μ(M) = 1. All the measures we are interested in can be defined in terms of a probability density, defined as follows.
This gives the standard chart Sn → Rn−1 , y → (y1 , . . , yn−1 , yn cos θ − yn+1 sin θ ), of Sn at y. 5). By composing ψpcs with these standard charts we obtain the map ψ˜ pcs given by (u1 , . . , un−1 , θ, ) 1/2 n−1 → u1 sin θ, . . , un−1 sin θ, 1 − u2i sin θ cos θ − cos θ sin θ . i=1 A calculation shows that D ψ˜ pcs (en , θ ) = diag(sin θ , . . , sin θ , 1), which implies that Jψpcs (en , θ ) = (sin θ )n−1 and completes the proof. 2 A Crash Course on Probability: I We develop here some basics of probability theory and show how to apply them in our cases of interest, which are mainly Gaussian distributions in Euclidean spaces, uniform distributions on spheres, and their products on data spaces.
Proof The claims are obvious for the diagonal matrix A = diagm,n (σ1 , . . , σp ) and easily extend to the general case by orthogonal invariance. The following is obvious from the definition of A† . 25 We have A† = 1 σmin (A) . Suppose we are given a matrix A ∈ Rm×n , with m > n and rank(A) = n, as well as b ∈ Rm . Since A, as a linear map, is not surjective, the system Ax = b may have no solutions. We might therefore attempt to find the point x ∈ Rn with Ax closest to b, that is, to solve the linear least squares problem min Ax − b 2 .
Condition: The Geometry of Numerical Algorithms (Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften) by Peter Bürgisser, Felipe Cucker