TY - ELEC
AU - Sajin Koroth
PY - 2019
TI - Query-to-Communication lifting using low-discrepancy gadgets
LA - eng
M3 - Moving Image
AB - Lifting theorems are theorems that relate the query complexity of a function f : {0, 1}^n â {0, 1} to the communication complexity of the composed function f â ¦ g^n, for some â gadgetâ g : {0, 1}^b Ã {0, 1}^b â {0, 1}. Such theorems allow transferring lower bounds from query complexity to the communication complexity, and have seen numerous applications in the recent years. In addition, such theorems can be viewed as a strong generalization of a direct-sum theorem for the gadget g.
We prove a new lifting theorem that works for all gadgets g that have logarithmic length and exponentially-small discrepancy, for both deterministic and randomized communication complexity. Thus, we increase the range of gadgets for which such lifting theorems hold considerably.
Our result has two main motivations: First, allowing a larger variety of gadgets may support more applications. In particular, our work is the first to prove a randomized lifting theorem for logarithmic-size gadgets, thus improving some applications the theorem. Second, our result can be seen a strong generalization of a direct-sum theorem for functions with low discrepancy.
Joint work with Arkadev Chattopadhyay, Yuval Filmus, Or Meir, Toniann Pitassi
N2 - Lifting theorems are theorems that relate the query complexity of a function f : {0, 1}^n â {0, 1} to the communication complexity of the composed function f â ¦ g^n, for some â gadgetâ g : {0, 1}^b Ã {0, 1}^b â {0, 1}. Such theorems allow transferring lower bounds from query complexity to the communication complexity, and have seen numerous applications in the recent years. In addition, such theorems can be viewed as a strong generalization of a direct-sum theorem for the gadget g.
We prove a new lifting theorem that works for all gadgets g that have logarithmic length and exponentially-small discrepancy, for both deterministic and randomized communication complexity. Thus, we increase the range of gadgets for which such lifting theorems hold considerably.
Our result has two main motivations: First, allowing a larger variety of gadgets may support more applications. In particular, our work is the first to prove a randomized lifting theorem for logarithmic-size gadgets, thus improving some applications the theorem. Second, our result can be seen a strong generalization of a direct-sum theorem for functions with low discrepancy.
Joint work with Arkadev Chattopadhyay, Yuval Filmus, Or Meir, Toniann Pitassi
UR - https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/48630/items/1.0387521
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