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Prof. Dr. Peter Bürgisser

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Technische Universität Berlin
Institut für Mathematik
Sekretariat MA 3-2
Straße des 17. Juni 136
10623 Berlin

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Raum MA 317 (3. OG)
Institut für Mathematik

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Lower Bounds on the Bounded Coefficient Complexity of Bilinear Maps
Zitatschlüssel BL-Lower-Bounds-On-The-Bounded-Coefficient-Complexity-Of-Bilinear-Maps-1
Autor Peter Bürgisser and Martin Lotz
Buchtitel In Proceedings of 43rd FOCS
Seiten 658-668
Jahr 2002
Adresse Vancouver
Monat November 16-19
Zusammenfassung We prove lower bounds of order nłog n for both the problem of multiplying polynomials of degree n, and of dividing polynomials with remainder, in the model of bounded coefficient arithmetic circuits over the complex numbers. These lower bounds are optimal up to order of magnitude. The proof uses a recent idea of R. Raz [Proc.\ 34th STOC 2002] proposed for matrix multiplication. It reduces the linear problem of multiplying a random circulant matrix with a vector to the bilinear problem of cyclic convolution. We treat the arising linear problem by extending J. Morgenstern's bound [J.\ ACM 20, pp.\ 305-306, 1973] in a unitarily invariant way. This establishes a new lower bound on the bounded coefficient complexity of linear forms in terms of the singular values of the corresponding matrix. In addition, we extend these lower bounds for linear and bilinear maps to a model of circuits that allows a restricted number of unbounded scalar multiplications.
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