# Questions tagged [matrix]

For questions about using and representing matrices on a computer in order to solve computational problems. Should generally also include a tag about the specific property/problem you are solving (e.g. [tag:linear-algebra], [tag:eigenvalues], [tag:inverse].

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### Is there a permutation used in sparse QR factorizations that better locates small elements on the diagonal of R?

Is there a permutation used in sparse QR factorizations that better locates small elements on the diagonal of R to the end of the diagonal? As an example, consider the following snippet of MATLAB ...
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### Using submatrices of matrix decomposition for solving a large number least-squares problems

I want to decrease the computational time for solving a large number (>1000) of least-squares problems. Given a matrix, the system matrix for each least-squares problem is a submatrix of the given ...
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### Algorithm for solving systems which are nearly symmetric/adjoint?

I am familiar with Cholesky decomposition and LU factorization for solving systems of linear equations. I have a problem where I have large sparse matrices (say, 1000x1000 or larger) where only one or ...
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### Computing Row-Wise Divergence of Matrix-Valued Functions by Automatic Differentiation

Suppose I have some matrix-valued function $B : \mathbf{R}^d \to \mathbf{R}^{d \times d}$, and I want to compute the row-wise divergence of $B$, given in vector form as \begin{align} \alpha &:= \...
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### Why do we usually not want the eigenvalues of non-symmetric matrices?

I came across this line in a class note I am reading where it discusses finding eigenvalues of matrices. In reality we don't go all the way with Arnoldi. We stop at a decent value of 𝑘. Then the 𝑘 ...
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### Efficiency of scipy.sparse.linalg.expm_multiply with sparse vs unsparse vectors

From the package scipy.sparse.linalg in Python, calling expm_multiply(X, v) allows you to compute the vector ...
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### 2-norm and infinty norm of a system in controls

How to compute 2-norm or infinity norm of following system? i am confused whether to calculate using simple matrix theory "where it don't regard for s domain" or H2 and H-infinty norm. ...
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### What is difference between L2 norm and H2 Norm?

When someone refers 2-norm of system,L2 and H2 are used interchangeably by author and is rather confusing. Even the matlab has different functions for H-infinity norm and L-infinity norm. as shown in ...
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### Matlab - Equality between 2 Fisher matrices constructed in a different way

I want to know if, on a Fisher matrix, the projection operation (with a Jacobian matrix) commutes with a matricial inversion operation. The 2 ways to build these 2 matrices are: 1) First method: 1.1) ...
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### Can a symmetric matrix be found using matrix-vector operation while maintaining matrix-vector operatin?

Consider $A\in\mathbb{R}^{n\times n}$ its not a special matrix and in the worst case all of its entries are non-zero. I am looking for a way to compute $AA^{T}$ using matrix-vector operation. The ...
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### Do the projection (with Jacobian) and marginalisation (inversion of matrix and remove a row/column and reinversion) commute?

I try to check the equality or the inequality between 2 Fisher matrices. The goal is too see if the projection (with Jacobian) and marginalisation (inversion of matrix and remove a row/column and ...
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