# Dong Xia

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## Pub CategoriesStatistics - Machine Learning (7) Mathematics - Information Theory (2) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2) Mathematics - Statistics (2) Computer Science - Information Theory (2) Statistics - Theory (2) Computer Science - Learning (2) Mathematics - Probability (1) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (1) General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (1) Statistics - Methodology (1) |

## Publications Authored By Dong Xia

Tensors, or high-order arrays, attract much attention in recent research. In this paper, we propose a general framework for tensor principal component analysis (tensor PCA), which focuses on the methodology and theory for extracting the hidden low-rank structure from the high-dimensional tensor data. A unified solution is provided for tensor PCA with considerations in both statistical limits and computational costs. Read More

In this paper, we investigate the sample size requirement for exact recovery of a high order tensor of low rank from a subset of its entries. We show that a gradient descent algorithm with initial value obtained from a spectral method can, in particular, reconstruct a ${d\times d\times d}$ tensor of multilinear ranks $(r,r,r)$ with high probability from as few as $O(r^{7/2}d^{3/2}\log^{7/2}d+r^7d\log^6d)$ entries. In the case when the ranks $r=O(1)$, our sample size requirement matches those for nuclear norm minimization (Yuan and Zhang, 2016a), or alternating least squares assuming orthogonal decomposability (Jain and Oh, 2014). Read More

Density matrices are positively semi-definite Hermitian matrices with unit trace that describe the states of quantum systems. Many quantum systems of physical interest can be represented as high-dimensional low rank density matrices. A popular problem in {\it quantum state tomography} (QST) is to estimate the unknown low rank density matrix of a quantum system by conducting Pauli measurements. Read More

The local measurement of $H_0$ is in tension with the prediction of $\Lambda$CDM model based on the Planck data. This tension may imply that dark energy is strengthened in the late-time Universe. We employ the latest cosmological observations on CMB, BAO, LSS, SNe, $H(z)$ and $H_0$ to constrain several interacting dark energy models. Read More

Taking into account the mass splittings between three active neutrinos, we investigate impacts of dark energy on constraining the total neutrino mass $\sum m_{\nu}$ by using recent cosmological observations. We consider two typical dark energy models, namely, the $w$CDM model and the holographic dark energy (HDE) model, which both have an additional free parameter compared with the $\Lambda$CDM model. We employ the Planck 2015 data of CMB temperature and polarization anisotropies, combined with low-redshift measurements on BAO distance scales, type Ia supernovae, Hubble constant, and Planck lensing. Read More

Let ${\mathcal S}_m$ be the set of all $m\times m$ density matrices (Hermitian positively semi-definite matrices of unit trace). Consider a problem of estimation of an unknown density matrix $\rho\in {\mathcal S}_m$ based on outcomes of $n$ measurements of observables $X_1,\dots, X_n\in {\mathbb H}_m$ (${\mathbb H}_m$ being the space of $m\times m$ Hermitian matrices) for a quantum system identically prepared $n$ times in state $\rho.$ Outcomes $Y_1,\dots, Y_n$ of such measurements could be described by a trace regression model in which ${\mathbb E}_{\rho}(Y_j|X_j)={\rm tr}(\rho X_j), j=1,\dots, n. Read More

The density matrices are positively semi-definite Hermitian matrices of unit trace that describe the state of a quantum system. The goal of the paper is to develop minimax lower bounds on error rates of estimation of low rank density matrices in trace regression models used in quantum state tomography (in particular, in the case of Pauli measurements) with explicit dependence of the bounds on the rank and other complexity parameters. Such bounds are established for several statistically relevant distances, including quantum versions of Kullback-Leibler divergence (relative entropy distance) and of Hellinger distance (so called Bures distance), and Schatten $p$-norm distances. Read More

Let $A\in\mathbb{R}^{m\times n}$ be a matrix of rank $r$ with singular value decomposition (SVD) $A=\sum_{k=1}^r\sigma_k (u_k\otimes v_k),$ where $\{\sigma_k, k=1,\ldots,r\}$ are singular values of $A$ (arranged in a non-increasing order) and $u_k\in {\mathbb R}^m, v_k\in {\mathbb R}^n, k=1,\ldots, r$ are the corresponding left and right orthonormal singular vectors. Let $\tilde{A}=A+X$ be a noisy observation of $A,$ where $X\in\mathbb{R}^{m\times n}$ is a random matrix with i.i. Read More

Recent studies in the literature have paid much attention to the sparsity in linear classification tasks. One motivation of imposing sparsity assumption on the linear discriminant direction is to rule out the noninformative features, making hardly contribution to the classification problem. Most of those work were focused on the scenarios of binary classification. Read More

In this paper, we consider low rank matrix estimation using either matrix-version Dantzig Selector $\hat{A}_{\lambda}^d$ or matrix-version LASSO estimator $\hat{A}_{\lambda}^L$. We consider sub-Gaussian measurements, $i.e. Read More

In this paper, a novel concept called a \textit{uniquely factorable constellation pair} (UFCP) is proposed for the systematic design of a noncoherent full diversity collaborative unitary space-time block code by normalizing two Alamouti codes for a wireless communication system having two transmitter antennas and a single receiver antenna. It is proved that such a unitary UFCP code assures the unique identification of both channel coefficients and transmitted signals in a noise-free case as well as full diversity for the noncoherent maximum likelihood (ML) receiver in a noise case. To further improve error performance, an optimal unitary UFCP code is designed by appropriately and uniquely factorizing a pair of energy-efficient cross quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) constellations to maximize the coding gain subject to a transmission bit rate constraint. Read More