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Accurate eigenvalues of a symmetric tri-diagonal matrix.

W. Kahan

# Accurate eigenvalues of a symmetric tri-diagonal matrix.

## by W. Kahan

Written in English

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Series Technical report ; CS 41 Contributions Stanford University. School of Humanities and Sciences. Computer Science Department. Pagination 53 p. Number of Pages 53 Open Library OL21033517M

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This paper presents and analyzes a new algorithm for computing eigenvectors of symmetric tridiagonal matrices factored as LDLt, with D diagonal and L unit bidiagonal. If an eigenpair is well behaved in a certain sense with respect to the factorization, the algorithm is shown to compute an approximate eigenvector which is accurate to working by: Abstract. An efficient parallel algorithm, which we dubbed farm-zeroinNR, for the eigenvalue problem of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix has been implemented in a distributed memory multiprocessor with nodes [].The basis of our parallel implementation is an improved version of the zeroinNR method [].It is consistently faster than simple bisection and produces more accurate eigenvalues than Author: Maria Antónia Forjaz, Rui Ralha.

In the case when the eigenvalues of the matrix in question are well separated, most of Suppose that Ais a symmetric tridiagonal matrix, whose non-zero oﬀ-diagonal elements are constant (and equal to one), and the diagonal elements constitute a monotonically in- then the evaluation of x3 from x1,x2 via (8) is stable (accurate File Size: 1MB. (Since you are not putting your matrix in the context of operators on Hilbert spaces, one could argue that the above computation actually allows you to find eigenvectors without the $\ell^2$ restriction; but then any complex number would be an eigenvalue and in particular you cannot expect to diagonalize your matrix).

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### Accurate eigenvalues of a symmetric tri-diagonal matrix by W. Kahan Download PDF EPUB FB2

ACCURATE EIGENVALUES OF A SYMMETRIC TRI-DIAGONAL MATRIX [W. Kahan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A typical result is that, on a computer using rounded floating point binary arithmetic, the biggest eigenvalue of J can be computed easily to within units in its last place, and the smaller eigenvalues will suffer absolute errors which are no larger.

ACCURATE EIGENVALUES OF A SYMMETRIC TRI-DIAGONAL MATRIX By W. Kahan-ABSTRACT Having established tight bounds for the quotient of two different lub-norms of the same tri-diagonal matrix J, the author observes that these bounds could be of use in an error-analysis provided a suitable algorithm were found.

ACCURATE EIGENVALUES OF A SYMMETRIC TRI-DIAGONAL MATRIX BY w. KahaJT-I ABSTRACT Having established tight bounds for the quotient of two different lub-norms of the same tri-diagonal matrix J, the author observes that these bounds could be of use in an error-analysis provided a suitable.

An algorithm is developed for obtaining eigenvalues of real, symmetric, tridiagonal matrices. It combines dynamically Given's method of bisection and the use of Sturm sequences with various acceleration devices.

A FORTRAN IV computer implementation of the algorithm Accurate eigenvalues of a symmetric tri-diagonal matrix. book used on ten test matrices found in the by: 5. Abstract. The computation of the eigenvalue decomposition of symmetric matrices is one of the most investigated problems in numerical linear algebra.

For a matrix of moderate size, the customary procedure is to reduce it to a symmetric tridiagonal one by means of an orthogonal similarity transformation and then compute the eigendecomposition of the tridiagonal : Nicola Mastronardi, Harold Taeter, Paul Van Dooren.

In this section we are concernedonlywith the case whereA is a real, symmetric, tridiagonal matrix. All the eigenvalues λi are thus real. According to the theorem, if any λi has a multiplicity p, then there must be at least p − 1 zeros on the sub- and superdiagonal.

Thus the matrix can be split into submatrices File Size: 84KB. Reliable Eigenvalues of Symmetric Tridiagonals Article (PDF Available) in SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications 32(4) October with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Rui Ralha.

eigenvalues of a symmetric matrix. Ask Question Asked 1 year, 1 month ago. Active 1 year, 1 month ago. Viewed times 5 $\begingroup$ I Eigenvalue density of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix.

Eigenvalues of tridiagonal symmetric matrix. Question feed Subscribe to RSS. Here a new proof is given. We show that solving this problem is equivalent to solving the eigenvalue problem for tridiagonal matrices with -1 on the 2 on the diagonal except for the (1, 1)-entry.

First note that these two matrices are in fact particular cases of a more general matrix: C = [min {ai-b, aj-b}] i, j = 1,n, with a > 0 and a ≠ by: Mathematical Method Tridiagonal Matrix Symmetric Tridiagonal Matrix These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: The rosser matrix is a small 8×8 classical test for matrix eigenvalue algorithms. The matrix, and thus also T, has a numerically zero eigenvalue. Random symmetric tridiagonal matrices T n ∈ R n × n with eigenvalues λ 1 = ϵ, λ i = 1 + (i − 2) ϵ, 2 ≤ i ≤ n.

The matrices are obtained by Householder tridiagonal reduction of random Author: L. Gemignani. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and ApplicationsAbstract | PDF ( KB) () Performance and Accuracy of LAPACK's Symmetric Tridiagonal by: Home Browse by Title Periodicals Computers & Mathematics with Applications Vol.

72, No. 4 Accurate polynomial root-finding methods for symmetric tridiagonal matrix eigenproblems research-article Accurate polynomial root-finding methods for symmetric tridiagonal matrix eigenproblemsAuthor: L.

Gemignani. TRIDEIG computes all the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix. BIDSVD computes all the singular values of a bidiagonal matrix. MAXEIG computes the largest eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix. The functions are implemented as MEX-file wrappers to the LAPACK functions DSTEQR, DBDSQR, and DSTEBZ.

We consider an infinite complex symmetric (not necessarily Hermitian) tridiagonal matrix T whose diagonal elements diverge to ∞ in modulus and whose off-diagonal elements are bounded. We regard T as a linear operator mapping a maximal domain in the Hilbert space l 2 into l ng the existence of T −1 we consider the problem of approximating a given simple eigenvalue λ of T by an Cited by: 9.

However, for matrices with eigenvalues of different magnitudes, the number of correct digits in the computed approximations for eigenvalues of size smaller than $\Vert T\Vert_{2}$ depends on how well such eigenvalues are defined by the : RalhaRui.

Introduction The eigenvalue problem [40, 27, 21] reads Hx = x: The scalar is the eigenvalue, and the vector x is the corresponding eigenvector of the matrix H. If H is symmetric or Hermitian Author: Ivan Slapnicar.

According to Parlett, "Vibrations are everywhere, and so too are the eigenvalues associated with them. As mathematical models invade more and more disciplines, we can anticipate a demand for eigenvalue calculations in an ever richer variety of contexts." Anyone who performs these calculations will welcome the reprinting of Parlett's book (originally published in ).

The highly accurate computation of the eigenvalues of a symmetric definite tridiagonal matrix, is an important building block for the development of very efficient methods for the calculation of Cited by: 5.

The algorithms are based on the eigenvalues of BB t, B t B, and the 2n x 2n zero--diagonal tridiagonal matrix which is permutationally equivalent to the Jordan--Wielandt form [{\scriptsize ${0 \atop B^t}{B \atop 0}$}], where B is an n x n bidiagonal matrix.

The two product matrices, which do not have to be formed explicitly, lead to the Cited by: Accurate ordering of eigenvectors and singular vectors without eigenvalues and singular values.

Author It is known that the singular value decomposition (SVD) of bidiagonal matrices are closely related to three tridiagonal eigenvalue problems. Accurate eigenvalues of a symmetric tri-diagonal matrix, Technical Report CS 41, Computer Cited by: 1.Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields.

It only takes a minute to sign up. The matrix in question is a symmetric tridiagonal matrix in the form of Looking for the eigenvalues of a tridiagonal symmetric matrix. 0.