Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.10093

Sept. 22, 2022, 1:11 a.m. | Zhaoqiang Liu, Jun Han

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In this paper, we propose projected gradient descent (PGD) algorithms for
signal estimation from noisy nonlinear measurements. We assume that the unknown
$p$-dimensional signal lies near the range of an $L$-Lipschitz continuous
generative model with bounded $k$-dimensional inputs. In particular, we
consider two cases when the nonlinear link function is either unknown or known.
For unknown nonlinearity, similarly to \cite{liu2020generalized}, we make the
assumption of sub-Gaussian observations and propose a linear least-squares
estimator. We show that when there is no …

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