A Note on Non-negative Matrix Factorization


A Note on Non-negative Matrix Factorization – This paper proposes a method for computing the posterior distributions of multiple matrix factorization (MPC). The method exploits prior information of the underlying matrix matrix. The posterior has a convex form, which is a compact representation of the matrix. The posterior is computationally efficient, but not exact. We show that the problem is NP-hard for a linear framework. This is due to a constraint which requires the posterior $p(1)$ be known. We then make a generalization of this constraint. We extend it to the framework of matrix factorization and show that for a linear framework, then the method is computationally and surely efficient.

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A Note on Non-negative Matrix Factorization

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