And, according to the statement of Lemma 6, under the
W
update rule in Algorithm 3,
J
(
W
) monotonically decreases. In order to prove the statement, we follow the approaches utilizing auxiliary functions [
13
,
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]. □
(, ) is an auxiliary function for the function () if (, )≥() for all and (,)=().
This proves that J ( W ^{ ( t ) } ) is monotonically decreasing.
Lemma 9
where,
Λ
,
B
,
W
are non-negative matrices, and
Λ
,
B
are symmetric matrices. And obviously the equality holds in Eq.
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when
W
=
W
^{
′
}
.
In Eq.
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, if we do the substitutions:
Λ
=
X
^{
T
}
D
X
,
B
=
H
^{
T
}
Y
^{
T
}
Y
H
,
W
=
W
,
W
^{
′
}
=
W
^{
′
}
, we see that the fifth term of Eq.
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is smaller than the fifth term of Eq.
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. However, the equality holds when
W
=
W
^{
′
}
. Thus
G
(
W
,
W
^{
′
}
) in Eq.
34
is an auxiliary function of
J
(
W
). □
What would you do if I sang out of tune? Would you stand up and walk out on me?
Joe Cocker’s broken, downbeat version of the Beatles’ song resounded through American living rooms in the late ’80s, a signal to gather around the TV and watch The Wonder Years, an offbeat show that championed the outsider.
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She was nominated for an Emmy, and the show gave her the financial freedom to start participating in the indie film circuit. Such is the backstory for IndieFlix, Andreen’s streaming service for independent films which challenges traditional distribution models by directly connecting artists with their audience and paying the filmmakers according to a unique revenue-per-minute model. It’s an artist-centered forum which can potentially change the game for indie filmmakers, allowing them to use their work to directly generate revenue for their next project.
Andreen is a CEO and an artist, and she pushes the boundaries of both roles. Her current project is called Angst: Breaking the Stigma Around Anxiety. It tells stories of anxiety and how it impacts individuals as well as society at large. The project will be released as a multimedia experience: a movie, a documentary series, app and virtual reality experience designed to simulate a panic attack. She wants to use art to break through the isolation of anxiety disorder and tell the larger story.
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