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EFFICIENT LATTICE REDUCTION UPDATING AND DOWNDATING METHODS AND ANALYSIS

  • PARK, JAEHYUN;PARK, YUNJU
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.171-188
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    • 2015
  • In this paper, the efficient column-wise/row-wise lattice reduction (LR) updating and downdating methods are developed and their complexities are analyzed. The well-known LLL algorithm, developed by Lenstra, Lenstra, and Lov${\acute{a}}$sz, is considered as a LR method. When the column or the row is appended/deleted in the given lattice basis matrix H, the proposed updating and downdating methods modify the preconditioning matrix that is primarily computed for the LR with H and provide the initial parameters to reduce the updated lattice basis matrix efficiently. Since the modified preconditioning matrix keeps the information of the original reduced lattice bases, the redundant computational complexities can be eliminated when reducing the lattice by using the proposed methods. In addition, the rounding error analysis of the proposed methods is studied. The numerical results demonstrate that the proposed methods drastically reduce the computational load without any performance loss in terms of the condition number of the reduced lattice basis matrix.

ANALYSIS OF THE UPPER BOUND ON THE COMPLEXITY OF LLL ALGORITHM

  • PARK, YUNJU;PARK, JAEHYUN
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.107-121
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    • 2016
  • We analyze the complexity of the LLL algorithm, invented by Lenstra, Lenstra, and $Lov{\acute{a}}sz$ as a a well-known lattice reduction (LR) algorithm which is previously known as having the complexity of $O(N^4{\log}B)$ multiplications (or, $O(N^5({\log}B)^2)$ bit operations) for a lattice basis matrix $H({\in}{\mathbb{R}}^{M{\times}N})$ where B is the maximum value among the squared norm of columns of H. This implies that the complexity of the lattice reduction algorithm depends only on the matrix size and the lattice basis norm. However, the matrix structures (i.e., the correlation among the columns) of a given lattice matrix, which is usually measured by its condition number or determinant, can affect the computational complexity of the LR algorithm. In this paper, to see how the matrix structures can affect the LLL algorithm's complexity, we derive a more tight upper bound on the complexity of LLL algorithm in terms of the condition number and determinant of a given lattice matrix. We also analyze the complexities of the LLL updating/downdating schemes using the proposed upper bound.

A Fast and Efficient Sliding Window based URV Decomposition Algorithm for Template Tracking (템플릿 추적 문제를 위한 효율적인 슬라이딩 윈도우 기반 URV Decomposition 알고리즘)

  • Lee, Geunseop
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.35-43
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    • 2019
  • Template tracking refers to the procedure of finding the most similar image patch corresponding to the given template through an image sequence. In order to obtain more accurate trajectory of the template, the template requires to be updated to reflect various appearance changes as it traverses through an image sequence. To do that, appearance images are used to model appearance variations and these are obtained by the computation of the principal components of the augmented image matrix at every iteration. Unfortunately, it is prohibitively expensive to compute the principal components at every iteration. Thus in this paper, we suggest a new Sliding Window based truncated URV Decomposition (TURVD) algorithm which enables updating their structure by recycling their previous decomposition instead of decomposing the image matrix from the beginning. Specifically, we show an efficient algorithm for updating and downdating the TURVD simultaneously, followed by the rank-one update to the TURVD while tracking the decomposition error accurately and adjusting the truncation level adaptively. Experiments show that the proposed algorithm produces no-meaningful differences but much faster execution speed compared to the typical algorithms in template tracking applications, thereby maintaining a good approximation for the principal components.