A Brief Introduction to Numerical Analysis by Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov

By Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov

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Assume that A n x n is a Hermitian nonnegatively definite matrix. Prove that 19. Let a subspace L E ce n be fixed, and consider matrices P such that p 2 = P and im P = L. Prove that the least value of the 2-norm over all such matrices P is attained at a Hermitian matrix. 1 Perturbation theory Suppose that we are to compute f(x) at some x. We know that algorithms sometimes do not produce very accurate answers. When thinking this over, we should comprehend that not only might an algorithm be "bad" but it might be a problem itself.

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.

This is the so-called simplest iteration method (sometimes it is referred to as Richardson's method). 1) that Xk -+ x for any initial vector Xo if and only if the matrix F is convergent. A good idea is to find a splitting A = M - N for which the matrix M- I N would be convergent while M is easily invertible (that is, there is an efficient way to solve systems with the coefficient matrix M). 5 + b) -+ x. 1 If IIFII < 1, then the matrix A the inverse enjoys the following properties: 00 (a) (I - F)-I =L - F is nonsingular, and II (I _ F)-III < 11111 - 1-11F1I ' (b) Fkj =I k=O Proof.

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