I am trying to find the top
k leading eigenvalues of a NumPy matrix (using python dot product notation)
L@L + a*[email protected], where $L$ and $X$ are a symmetric $n \times n$ and an $n \times d$ matrix, respectively, and $a$ is a scalar.
According to the below text from this paper, I should be able to calculate these leading eigenvalues with
L@(L@v) + a*X@(X.T@v), where I guess
v is an arbitrary vector. The Lanczos paper they cite is here.
I'm not quite sure where to start. I know that scipy has
scipy.sparse.linalg.eigsh here, and from the notes it looks like it uses the Lanczos algorithm - but I am at a loss as to whether it's possible to use
sparse.linalg.eigsh for my specific use case. I googled around and didn't find a Python implementation for this very quickly -- does anybody know if I can use
sparse.linalg.eigsh to calculate this somehow? I definitely don't want to write this algorithm out myself if I can avoid it.