Phew, the last time I have posted an entry to my blog was a loong time ago.. Not that there was nothing interesting to blog about, just I always delayed things. (Btw, google changed the template which eliminated the rendering of the latex formulae, not happy.. Luckily, I could change back the template..) Now, as the actual contents:

I have just read the PAMI paper "Accuracy of Pseudo-Inverse Covariance Learning-A Random Matrix Theory Analysis" by D Hoyle (IEEE T. PAMI, 2011 vol. 33 (7) pp. 1470--1481).

The paper is about pseudo-inverse covariance matrices and their analysis based on random matrix theory analysis and I can say I enjoyed this paper quite a lot.

In short, the author's point is this:

Let \$d,n>0\$ be integers. Let $\hat{C}$ be the sample covariance matrix of some iid data $X_1,\ldots,X_n\in \mathbb{R}^d$ based on $n$ datapoints and let $C$ be the population covariance matrix (i.e., $\hat{C}=\mathbb{E}[X_1 X_1^\top]$). Assume that $d,n\rightarrow \infty$ …

I have just read the PAMI paper "Accuracy of Pseudo-Inverse Covariance Learning-A Random Matrix Theory Analysis" by D Hoyle (IEEE T. PAMI, 2011 vol. 33 (7) pp. 1470--1481).

The paper is about pseudo-inverse covariance matrices and their analysis based on random matrix theory analysis and I can say I enjoyed this paper quite a lot.

In short, the author's point is this:

Let \$d,n>0\$ be integers. Let $\hat{C}$ be the sample covariance matrix of some iid data $X_1,\ldots,X_n\in \mathbb{R}^d$ based on $n$ datapoints and let $C$ be the population covariance matrix (i.e., $\hat{C}=\mathbb{E}[X_1 X_1^\top]$). Assume that $d,n\rightarrow \infty$ …