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Publications about 'Accelerated optimization algorithms'
Journal articles
  1. H. Mohammadi, S. Samuelson, and M. R. Jovanovic. Transient growth of accelerated optimization algorithms. IEEE Trans. Automat. Control, 2022. Note: Doi:10.1109/TAC.2022.3162154; also arXiv:2103.08017. Keyword(s): Accelerated first-order algorithms, Control for optimization, Convex optimization, Gradient descent, Heavy-ball method, Integral quadratic constraints, Nesterov's accelerated method, Nonnormal dynamics, Transient growth. [bibtex-entry]

Conference articles
  1. H. Mohammadi and M. R. Jovanovic. Tradeoffs between convergence rate and noise amplification for momentum-based accelerated optimization algorithms. In Proceedings of the 61th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Cancun, Mexico, 2022. Note: Submitted. Keyword(s): Accelerated first-order algorithms, Control for optimization, Convergence rate, Convex optimization, Noise amplification, Second-order moments, Triple momentum method. [bibtex-entry]

  2. H. Mohammadi, M. Razaviyayn, and M. R. Jovanovic. Variance amplification of accelerated first-order algorithms for strongly convex quadratic optimization problems. In Proceedings of the 57th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Miami, FL, pages 5753-5758, 2018. Keyword(s): Accelerated optimization algorithms, Control for optimization, Input-output analysis, Large-scale networks, Fundamental limitations, Robustness, Variance amplifications. [bibtex-entry]

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