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2 Theory of the LU decomposition A square matrix A is called strongly regular if all its leading submatrices (A itself as well) are nonsingular. , triangular with units along the main diagonal) while U is a nonsingular upper triangular matrix. E. E.
4 Condition of a simple eigenvalue Assume that IIAlll2 = 1. Then (allow for qTPi = 1) The quantity S(Ai) == IIqTII211pTII2 IqTpil is called the eigenvalue condition number for Ai. (The vectors Pi and qi are the left (Api = AiPi) and right (qTA = Aiq[) eigenvectors of A, respectively; the eigenvalue condition number does not depend on how the vectors Pi are qi normalized). The condition number is correctly defined for a simple eigenvalue even in the case of a nondiagonalizable matrix. 1 is still valid for any simple eigenvalue provided that qTPi = 1.
3), we find that n a=L i=l XiYi (1 +e)nH-i. 4. 1) in different ways. 1) We assume above and from now on that if A = [aij] then IAI = [Iaijl]. In the spirit of the backward analysis, we are to represent a really computed answer as the result of exact computations with perturbed data and, then, to derive a bound on the corresponding (termed equivalent) perturbation: a = xTy, Ix- z] ~ ~n1]lxl + 0(1]2), Iy - yl ~ ~n1]lyl + 0(1]2) . 2) Clearly, the perturbations can be distributed between x and y in some other ways.