By Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov

ISBN-10: 0817681361

ISBN-13: 9780817681364

ISBN-10: 1461264138

ISBN-13: 9781461264132

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How small is the residual? Xn 1 1/3 To what accuracy is the solution? 4. 1 Direct methods for linear systems We build up algorithms using some set of elementary operations. If a problem is solved with a finite number of elementary operations (in exact arithmetic), then the corresponding method is said to be direct. Not every problem can be given a direct method. For instance , it is impossible to solve the equation x 2 = 2 using a finite number of arithmetic operations. For all this, a direct method exists as soon as the square root is relegated to an elementary operation.

Since Z(e:) is not quite unique (it is such only up to normalizations of the columns) , we can require that diag Z(e:) = I, diag Zl = 0 =} diag Z(e:) = o. Consider the key equation First of all, rewrite (*) as follows: and determine Al and Zl from the equation Obviously Gust look at explicit expressions for the elements of Zd, Now, let Al and Zl satisfy (**). Consider (*) as an equation for Then (a) A= 0 (e: 2 ) , (b) Z = 0 (e: 2 ) . Aand Z. First, prove (a). To do this, note that For small e, II (I + Zle:)-lll = 0 (1).

1 (Sun-Zhang) Assume that A and Bare diagonalizable and P and Q are the corresponding eigenvector matrices. Then where Proof. IIA - = IIPDAP- l - QDBQ-11IF liP [DA(P-lQ) - (P-1Q)DBl Q-111F > IIP-11~21IQI12I1DAZ - B IIF = ZDBIIF , Consider the singular value decomposition Z = where the matrices M = V* DAV and N By the Hoffman- Wielandt theorem , V~U* . where Z == P-1Q . Then = U*DBU are, obviously, normal. Therefore, it is sufficient to make certain that IIM~ - ~NIIF ~ Set n = ~ - CTmin I . Then IIM~ - ~NII~ CTminl M - NIIF.

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