In this paper, we show that, in vector-to-vector regression utilizing deep neural networks (DNNs), a generalized loss of mean absolute error (MAE) between the predicted and expected feature vectors is upper bounded by the sum of an approximation error, an estimation error, and an optimization error. Leveraging upon error decomposition techniques in statistical learning theory and non-convex optimization theory, we derive upper bounds for each of the three aforementioned errors and impose necessary constraints on DNN models. Moreover, we assess our theoretical results through a set of image de-noising and speech enhancement experiments. Our proposed upper bounds of MAE for DNN based vector-to-vect
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