Parameter selection for nonnegative l1 matrix/tensor sparse decomposition
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For the nonnegative l1 matrix/tensor sparse decomposition problem, we derive a threshold bound for the parameters beyond which all the decomposition factors are zero. The obtained result provides a guideline on selection for l1 regularization parameters and extends the corresponding result on Lasso optimization problem.
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