Let $A \in \mathrm{Mat}(m,n,\{0,1\})$ (i.e. $m \times n$ matrices with entries in $\{0,1\}$ ) and $x,y\in \{0,1\}^n$. We will denote the $i$-th row of $A$ as $\mathrm{row}_i(A)\in \{0,1\}^n$. Define, $$ z_i := \begin{cases} 1~: & (x-y)\cdot \mathrm{row}_i(A) = \sum_{j=1}^n x_j\\ 0~: & \text{otherwise}\\ \end{cases} $$ where $x_j$ is the $j$-th component of $x$ and $\cdot$ […]

Consider a full rank $n\times n$ symmetric matrix $A$ (coming from a set of physical measurements). I do an eigendecomposition of this matrix as $$A = E V E^T$$ Most of the eigenvalues are positive, while a few are negative but with much smaller magnitude compared to the maximum eigenvalue. I want to convert this […]

Let $\phi : M_k(\Bbb{C}) \to M_n(\Bbb{C})$ be a homomorphism of $C^*$-algebras. We know that $\phi$ decomposes as a direct sum of irreducible representations, each of them equivalent to the identity representation (because $M_k$ has no non-trivial invariant subpspaces) with some null part. So this means that $\phi(a)= u \begin{bmatrix}a&0&0&0&0…&0\\0&a&0&0&0…&0\\0&0&a&0&0…&0\\&&&…&&&\\\\\\0&0&0&0&0…&0\end{bmatrix} u^*$ where $u$ is some unitary. […]

Anyone can help describe any known specialized algorithm that finds (or quite accurately approximates) the largest eigenvalue and its eigenvectors of a symmetric tri-diagonal matrix in the form $\left( {\begin{array}{*{20}{c}} {{x_1}}&{{y_1}}&{}&{} \\ {{y_1}}&{{x_2}}& \ddots &{} \\ {}& \ddots & \ddots &{{y_{n – 1}}} \\ {}&{}&{{y_{n – 1}}}&{{x_n}} \end{array}} \right)$, where $y_1,…,y_{n-1}$ are positive numers? Is […]

I’m trying to understand dominant eigenvalues and I found this website that has a explanation of it (Definition 9.2). In the example, the power method is used to find the dominant eigenvector which correspondes to the eigenvalue of 1. When I calculate the eigenvalues and vectors of the matrix in the example, I got this […]

Could you confirm my proof? A fixed Proof (Confirm please): Let $A, B$ be two diagonal matrices of order $n$. Then, both $AB,BA$ are defined and are of the same order $n$ (i.e. sizes match). Also, $A_{ij},B_{ij}=0$ whenever $i\ne j$. Consider the case $i\ne j$: $$\eqalign{ & {\left( {AB} \right)_{ij}} = \sum\limits_{k = 1}^n {{A_{ik}}{B_{kj}}} […]

Given a function $f(x)$ of the form: $$f(x) = x/(a_0x^0+a_1x^1+a_2x^2+a_3x^3+a_4x^4+a_5x^5+…a_nx^n)$$ Let $A$ be an arbitrary (any) infinite lower triangular matrix with ones in the diagonal: $$A = \left(\begin{array}{cccc} 1 & 0 & 0 & 0 \\ 1 & 1 & 0 & 0 \\ 1 & 1 & 1 & 0 \\ 1 & 1 […]

Let us (again) consider the bilinear form $\beta(A,B)=\operatorname{Tr}(AB)$ for $A,B \in \mathbb{F}^{n,n}$ (quadratic matrices over a field $\mathbb{F}$). I am interested in finding the biggest subspace $U \subset \mathbb{F}^{n,n}$ such that for all $A \in U: \beta(A,A)=\operatorname{Tr}(A^2)=0$.

I’m studying Boyd & Vandenberghe’s “Convex Optimization” and encountered a problem in page 642. According to the definition, the derivative $Df(x)$ has the form: $$f(x)+Df(x)(z-x)$$ And when $f$ is real-valued($i.e., f: R^n\to R$),the gradient is $$\nabla{f(x)}=Df(x)^{T}$$ See the original text below: But when discussing the gradient of function $f(X)=\log{\det{X}}$, author said “we can identify $X^{-1}$ […]

How to show that the relationship $\left | \lambda_{min} \right | \geq \sigma_{min}$ holds between the minimum eigenvalue and singular value of a square matrix $A \in \mathbb{C}^{n \times n}$?

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