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Ehemalige Mitarbeiter

Dr. Christian Ikenmeyer

Lupe [1]

University of Liverpool
Department of Computer Science
Ashton Building, Office 311
Ashton Street, Liverpool, L69 3BX
United Kingdom
Persönliche Homepage
http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~iken/ [2]

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Geometric Complexity Theory and Tensor Rank
Citation key BI-Geometric-Complexity-Theory-And-Tensor-Rank
Author Peter Bürgisser and Christian Ikenmeyer
Title of Book Proceedings 43rd Annual ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing 2011
Pages 509-518
Year 2011
Abstract Abstract: Mulmuley and Sohoni (GCT1 in SICOMP 2001, GCT2 in SICOMP 2008) proposed to view the permanent versus determinant problem as a specific orbit closure problem and to attack it by methods from geometric invariant and representation theory. We adopt these ideas towards the goal of showing lower bounds on the border rank of specific tensors, in particular for matrix multiplication. We thus study specific orbit closure problems for the group $G = GL(W_1)× GL(W_2)× GL(W_3)$ acting on the tensor product $W=W_1øtimes W_2øtimes W_3$ of complex finite dimensional vector spaces. Let $G_s = SL(W_1)× SL(W_2)× SL(W_3)$. A key idea from GCT2 is that the irreducible $G_s$-representations occurring in the coordinate ring of the $G$-orbit closure of a stable tensor $win W$ are exactly those having a nonzero invariant with respect to the stabilizer group of $w$. However, we prove that by considering $G_s$-representations, as suggested in GCT1-2, only trivial lower bounds on border rank can be shown. It is thus necessary to study $G$-representations, which leads to geometric extension problems that are beyond the scope of the subgroup restriction problems emphasized in GCT1-2. We prove a very modest lower bound on the border rank of matrix multiplication tensors using $G$-representations. This shows at least that the barrier for $G_s$-representations can be overcome. To advance, we suggest the coarser approach to replace the semigroup of representations of a tensor by its moment polytope. We prove first results towards determining the moment polytopes of matrix multiplication and unit tensors.
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