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Fast Johnson-Lindenstrauss — Learning With Errors
May 27, 2016 The Johnson-Lindenstrauss (JL) Transform says that, informally, we can embed high-dimensional points into a much lower dimension, while still preserving their pairwise distances. In this post we'll start with the classical JL transform, then focus on the Fast JL Transform (FJLT) by Ailon and Chazelle [AC09]
Lecture 8: Fast Random Projections and FJLT 8 Fast Random
Today, we will discuss a particular form of random projections known as structured random pro- jections or the FJLT that are “fast” in that one can use fast Fourier methods to apply them quickly to arbitrary or worst case input. We will be able to use this to speed up both random projection as well as random sampling
The Fast Johnson-Lindenstrauss Transform and - cs.Princeton
(p = 1, 2) called the fast Johnson–Lindenstrauss transform (FJLT). The FJLT is faster than standard random projections and just as easy to implement. It is based upon the preconditioning of a sparse projection matrix with a randomized Fourier transform. Sparse random projections are unsuitable for low-distortion.