By V. A. Barker, L. S. Blackford, J. Dongarra, J. Du Croz, S. Hammarling, M. Marinova, J. Waœniewski, P. Yalamov
LAPACK95 is a Fortran ninety five interface to the Fortran seventy seven LAPACK library. it truly is proper for someone who writes within the Fortran ninety five language and wishes trustworthy software program for uncomplicated numerical linear algebra. It improves upon the unique user-interface to the LAPACK package deal, making the most of the huge simplifications that Fortran ninety five permits. LAPACK95 clients' advisor offers an advent to the layout of the LAPACK95 package deal, an in depth description of its contents, reference manuals for the prime reviews of the exercises, and instance courses
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Thus, the first A; generalized singular values a\lfi\,... ,&k/l3k are infinite, and the remaining / generalized singular values are finite. Here are some important special cases of the generalized singular value decomposition. 2. 1). "Trivial" eigenvalues are those corresponding to the leading n — r columns of X, which span the common null space of ATA and BTB. The "trivial eigenvalues" are not well defined1. 6). The method is based on the method described in [33, 2, 3]. : If we tried to compute the trivial eigenvalues in the same way as the nontrivial ones, that is by taking ratios of the leading n — r diagonal entries of XT ATAX and XTBTBX, we would get 0/0.
The first four of these items are also in the leading comments of the driver source code. 2 Order of Arguments Arguments of an LAPACK95 driver routine appear in the following order: array or scalar arguments containing the input data; some of these may also be used for output data. array or scalar arguments used only for output data. optional arguments. :). On entry, the matrix A. On exit, the factors L and U from the factorization A = PLU; the unit diagonal elements of L are not stored. :) with size(B, 1) = szze(A, 1) or shape (:) with size(B) = size(A, I).
Sometimes the following, equivalent, notation is used to refer to the generalized eigenproblem for the pair (A, B}\ The object A — \B, where A is a complex scalar variable, is called a matrix pencil, or just pencil. So one can also refer to the generalized eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the pencil A — \B. If the determinant of A — \B is identically zero for all values of A, the eigenvalue problem is called singular; otherwise it is regular. Singularity of (A, B] is signaled by some a = /3 = 0 (in the presence of roundoff, a and j3 may be very small).