Solving Non-Convex Non-Differentiable Min-Max Games Using Proximal Gradient Method

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Solving Non-Convex Non-Differentiable Min-Max Games Using Proximal Gradient Method


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Solving Non-Convex Non-Differentiable Min-Max Games Using Proximal Gradient Method

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Min-max saddle point games appear in a wide range of applications in machine leaning and signal processing. Despite their wide applicability, theoretical studies are mostly limited to the special convex-concave structure. While some recent works generaliz
Min-max saddle point games appear in a wide range of applications in machine leaning and signal processing. Despite their wide applicability, theoretical studies are mostly limited to the special convex-concave structure. While some recent works generaliz