Hot answers tagged

6 votes
Accepted

Calculate determinant of unitary matrices based on SVD implementation

If you are prepared to go digging around in the fortran code: The SVD algorithm consists of a few parts: Bidiagonalization (usually using Householder reflectors) Use QR shifts to reduce the ...
user avatar
  • 1,189
5 votes

Calculate determinant of unitary matrices based on SVD implementation

For part 1: To my knowledge, the answer is no. For part 2: This question had several good answers, all of which were negative (there isn't really a faster way). I don't believe there is meaningful new ...
user avatar
5 votes

My Complex Matrix SVD is Correct according to rule A = USV' but Wrong according to Matlab or any linear algebra library

This should not be possible. $U$ and $V$ may be non-unique in the case where there are repeated singular values, but $s$ must be unique, since it is the sorted list of eigenvalues of $A^*A$ and ...
user avatar
1 vote

My Complex Matrix SVD is Correct according to rule A = USV' but Wrong according to Matlab or any linear algebra library

I ran your code in MATLAB to reproduce your $U$,$S$,$V$. You stated "A = USV' is confirmed*", but that is not true. What is true is "...
user avatar
  • 11

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible