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Learning nonlocal regularization operators

  • * Corresponding author: Gernot Holler

    * Corresponding author: Gernot Holler 
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  • A learning approach for determining which operator from a class of nonlocal operators is optimal for the regularization of an inverse problem is investigated. The considered class of nonlocal operators is motivated by the use of squared fractional order Sobolev seminorms as regularization operators. First fundamental results from the theory of regularization with local operators are extended to the nonlocal case. Then a framework based on a bilevel optimization strategy is developed which allows to choose nonlocal regularization operators from a given class which i) are optimal with respect to a suitable performance measure on a training set, and ii) enjoy particularly favorable properties. Results from numerical experiments are also provided.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 49J20, 49N45, 35R11; Secondary 35J05.

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  • Figure 1.  Optimal weights for linear state equation in case (A) (first row) and case (B) (second row) using $ \beta = 0 $. The training set consisted of 512 data vectors given in a single batch

    Figure 2.  Ground truth and reconstructed controls for one data vector from the validation set for the linear state equation in case (B) using $ \beta = 0 $. The training set consisted of 512 data vectors given in a single batch

    Figure 3.  Optimal weights for $ s = 0.1 $ and various $ L^1 $ regularization parameters $ \beta $ in case (B). The training and validation set both consisted of 512 data vectors given in a single batch. The average validation errors were $ 1.42 \times {10^{ - 2}} $ ($ \beta = 10^{-2} $), $ 1.18\times {10^{ - 2}} $ ($ \beta = 10^{-3} $), and $1.03\times {10^{ - 2}} $ ($ \beta = 10^{-4} $)

    Table 1.  Average training and validation error for optimal regularization parameter $ \nu^* $ (second and third column) and optimal weight $ \sigma^* $ (fourth and fifth column) in case (A) using $ \beta = 0 $. The training and validation set both consisted of 512 data vectors

    (a) s = 0:1
    batchsize train error reg val error reg train error weight val error weight
    8 1.81 × 10−2 2.19 × 10−2 1.42 × 10−2 2.04 × 10−2
    64 1.88 × 10−2 2.11 × 10−2 1.61 × 10−2 1.86 × 10−2
    512 1.90 × 10−2 2.09 × 10−2 1.65 × 10−2 1.82 × 10−2
    (b) s = 0:9
    8 1.53 × 10−2 1.98 × 10−2 1.51 × 10−2 1.97 × 10−2
    641.63 × 10−2 1.85 × 10−2 1.61 × 10−2 1.84 × 10−2
    5121.65 × 10−2 1.82 × 10−2 1.64 × 10−2 1.80 × 10−2
    (c) L2 and H1 regularization with optimal ν*
    batchsize train error L2 val error L2 train error H1 val error H1
    8 1.93 × 10−2 2.30 × 10−2 1.51 × 10−2 1.97 × 10−2
    641.99 × 10−2 2.22 × 10−2 1.61 × 10−2 1.84 × 10−2
    5122.01 × 10−2 2.20 × 10−2 1.64 × 10−2 1.80 × 10−2
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    Table 2.  Average training and validation error for optimal regularization parameter $ \nu^* $ (second and third column) and optimal weight $ \sigma^* $ (fourth and fifth column) in case (B) using $ \beta = 0 $. The training and validation set both consisted of 512 data vectors

    (a) s = 0.1
    batchsize train error reg val error reg train error weight val error weight
    8 2.03 × 10−2 2.12 × 10−2 1.02 × 10−2 1.09 × 10−2
    64 2.05 × 10−2 2.09 × 10−2 1.02 × 10−2 1.04 × 10−2
    512 2.06 × 10−2 2.08 × 10−2 1.14 × 10−2 1.15 × 10−2
    (b) s = 0.9
    8 1.37 × 10−2 1.44 × 10−2 1.33 × 10−2 1.41 × 10−2
    64 1.38 × 10−2 1.42 × 10−2 1.35 × 10−2 1.38 × 10−2
    512 1.39 × 10−2 1.41 × 10−2 1.35 × 10−2 1.38 × 10−2
    (c) L2 and H1 regularization with optimal ν*
    8 2.48 × 10−2 2.60 × 10−2 1.33 × 10−2 1.40 × 10−2
    64 2.51 × 10−2 2.56 × 10−2 1.35 × 10−2 1.38 × 10−2
    512 2.52 × 10−2 2.55 × 10−2 1.35 × 10−2 1.38 × 10−2
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