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Let L be a lattice in IR n and K a convex body disjoint from L. The classical Flatness Theorem asserts that w(K, L), the L-width of K, doesn't exceed then some bound, depending only on the dimension n; this fact was later found relevant to questions in integer programming. Kannan and Lovász (1988) showed that under the above assumptions w(K, L) ≤ C n 2 ,(More)
We prove sharp bounds for the expectation of the supremum of the Gaussian process indexed by the intersection of B n p with ρB n q for 1 ≤ p, q ≤ ∞ and ρ > 0, and by the intersection of B n p∞ with ρB n 2 for 0 < p ≤ 1 and ρ > 0. We present an application of this result to a statistical problem known as the approximate reconstruction problem.
  • A E Litvak, A Pajor, M Rudelson, N Tomczak-Jaegermann, R Vershynin
  • 2004
Let (R N , ·) be the space R N equipped with a norm · whose unit ball has a bounded volume ratio with respect to the Euclidean unit ball. Let Γ be any random N × n matrix with N > n, whose entries are independent random variables satisfying some moment assumptions. We show that with high probability Γ is a good isomor-phism from the n-dimensional Euclidean(More)
Let A be a matrix whose columns X 1 ,. .. , X N are independent random vectors in R n. Assume that the tails of the 1-dimensional marginals decay as P(| X i , a | ≥ t) ≤ t −p uniformly in a ∈ S n−1 and i ≤ N. Then for p > 4 we prove that with high probability A/ √ n has the Restricted Isometry Property (RIP) provided that Eu-clidean norms |X i | are(More)
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