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Characterizing the SLOPE Trade-off: A Variational Perspective and the Donoho-Tanner Limit


May 27, 2021
Zhiqi Bu, Jason Klusowski, Cynthia Rush, Weijie J. Su


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A unifying tutorial on Approximate Message Passing


May 05, 2021
Oliver Y. Feng, Ramji Venkataramanan, Cynthia Rush, Richard J. Samworth

* 99 pages, 2 figures 

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On the Robustness to Misspecification of $α$-Posteriors and Their Variational Approximations


Apr 16, 2021
Marco Avella Medina, José Luis Montiel Olea, Cynthia Rush, Amilcar Velez


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All-or-nothing statistical and computational phase transitions in sparse spiked matrix estimation


Jun 14, 2020
Jean Barbier, Nicolas Macris, Cynthia Rush

* Part of this work (in particular the proof of Theorem 1) is already present in reference arXiv:1911.05030 

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Rigorous State Evolution Analysis for Approximate Message Passing with Side Information


Mar 25, 2020
Hangjin Liu, Cynthia Rush, Dror Baron

* arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1902.00150 

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Algorithmic Analysis and Statistical Estimation of SLOPE via Approximate Message Passing


Jul 17, 2019
Zhiqi Bu, Jason Klusowski, Cynthia Rush, Weijie Su


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Finite Sample Analysis of Approximate Message Passing Algorithms


Mar 16, 2018
Cynthia Rush, Ramji Venkataramanan

* IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 64, no. 11, pp. 7264-7286, November 2018 
* To appear in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 

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Capacity-achieving Sparse Superposition Codes via Approximate Message Passing Decoding


Mar 11, 2017
Cynthia Rush, Adam Greig, Ramji Venkataramanan

* IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 63, no.3, pp. 1476-1500, March 2017 
* 25 pages, 4 figures. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 

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