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Matthias Boehm resolved SYSTEMML1761.

Resolution: Fixed
Assignee: Matthias Boehm
Fix Version/s: SystemML 1.0
> Sparsityexploiting weighted squared loss w/o weights
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> Key: SYSTEMML1761
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SYSTEMML1761
> Project: SystemML
> Issue Type: Task
> Reporter: Matthias Boehm
> Assignee: Matthias Boehm
> Fix For: SystemML 1.0
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> There are existing rewrites and fused operators for weighted squared loss (wsloss). However,
for the wsloss type {{NONE}}, i.e., without weights {{sum((X(U%*%t(V)))^2)}}, the implementation
is not sparsityexploiting leading to huge (unnecessary) computation overhead for the outerproductlike
multiply of factors. As it turns out, this expression can be rewritten into a sparsityexploiting
form as follows:
> {code}
> sum ((X  U %*% t(V)) ^ 2)
> > sum(X^2)  sum(2 * (X * (U%*%t(V)))) + sum((U%*%t(V))^2)
> > sum(X^2)  sum(2 * (X * (U%*%t(V)))) + sum ((t(U) %*% U) * (t(V) %*% V))
> {code}
> This task aims to change the blocklevel wsloss NONE implementation to exploit this logical
rewrite by computing {{sum(X^2)  sum(2 * (X * (U%*%t(V))))}} in a sparsityexploiting pass
over nonzeros in X and a subsequent correction for {{+ sum ((t(U) %*% U) * (t(V) %*% V))}}
via two tsmm operations.

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