After probably reading the previous post on Interpretable Recurrent Neural Networks Using Sequential Sparse Recovery and me wondering about AMP, Phil just sent me the following:
Hi Igor,Awesome, thank you Phil ! Here is the paper: Onsager-Corrected Deep Networks for Sparse Linear Inverse Problems by Mark Borgerding, Philip Schniter
I wanted to mention that we have some recent work on interpretable feed-forward networks based on the vector approximate message passing (VAMP) algorithm:
Some slides can be found here:
and a tensorflow implementation can be found here:
Thanks for maintaining such a great blog.
Deep learning has gained great popularity due to its widespread success on many inference problems. We consider the application of deep learning to the sparse linear inverse problem encountered in compressive sensing, where one seeks to recover a sparse signal from a few noisy linear measurements. In this paper, we propose two novel neural-network architectures that decouple prediction errors across layers in the same way that the approximate message passing (AMP) algorithms decouple them across iterations: through Onsager correction. We show numerically that our "learned AMP" network significantly improves upon Gregor and LeCun's "learned ISTA" when both use soft-thresholding shrinkage. We then show that additional improvements result from jointly learning the shrinkage functions together with the linear transforms. Finally, we propose a network design inspired by an unfolding of the recently proposed "vector AMP" (VAMP) algorithm, and show that it outperforms all previously considered networks. Interestingly, the linear transforms and shrinkage functions prescribed by VAMP coincide with the values learned through backpropagation, yielding an intuitive explanation for the design of this deep network.
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