A Brief Introduction to Numerical Analysis by Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov

By Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov

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9. Is it true that, for any matrix A, there is a splitting A the convergent matrix M:" N? =M - N with 10. Let M be nonsingular, and let M* M - N* N be nonnegative-definite. ) is the spectral radius of a matrix). 11. + an -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 -1 "J 0 0 an 0 0 ~2. an an-l a n- 2 al 0 0 0 0 0 0 and the so-called 0 0 0 0 -1 0 Prove (easiest by induction) that p(x) is the characteristic polynomial both for .

In this case, the equality x = a * b does not necessarily entail that f l (a * b) = fl(x) . For example, suppose that p = 2, t = 2. 1011. 11 (the handling of numbers reduces to that of t-digit ones on a special device called a "summator"). For the cutting-off rule, 11 = p1-t. 3 Roundoff errors for the scalar product Exact equations for actually computed quantities include a good many different e1, e2, . . Not to overload the equations , let us designate all these e1,e2 , . " by the same letter e.

M(t) such that (a) (b) {>'1 (0), , >'m(On = G(O)j >'1 (t), , >'m(t) E >'(A(t)). Let ti == max{t : >'i(t) E G(tn . 1). Thus we conclude that G(ti) n O(ti) 1= 0, which is impossible. Therefore, ti = 1 for i = 1, ... , m. 1 If the Gerschgorin discs are pairwise disjoint, then each one captures exactly one eigenvalue. 3 Small perturbations of eigenvalues and vectors Assume that a matrix A has only simple (pairwise distinct) eigenvalues, and a perturbed matrix is of the form Let P be the eigenvector matrix for A j then A == p- 1 AP is the diagonal matrix of the eigenvalues of A.

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