new approach to the solution of large, full matrix equations a two-dimensional potential flow feasibility study by R. M. James

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StatementR.M. James and R.W. Clark ; prepared for Langley Research Center under contract NAS1-14892.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 3173., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-3173.
ContributionsClark, R. W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch., Langley Research Center.
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Paginationv, 79 p. :
Number of Pages79
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A New Approach to the Solution of Large, Full Matrix Equations - A Two-Dimensional Potential Flow Feasibility Study R. James and R. Clark Doughs Aircraft Company Loq Beach, Culifori-zia Prepared for Langley Research Center under Contract NASl National New approach to the solution of large and Space Administration.

A new approach to the solution of large, full matrix equations: a two-dimensional potential flow feasibility study. [R M James; R W Clark; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. An approach full matrix equations book the solution of matrix problems resulting from integral equations of mathematical physics is presented.

Based on the inherent smoothness in such equations, the problem is reformulated using a set of orthogonal basis vectors, leading to an equivalent coefficient problem which can be of lower order without significantly impairing the accuracy of the : R. James and R.

Clark. The unique solution X of has the following representation: X = ∑ i = 1 l ∑ j = 1 q γ i, j A i-1 BB T (B) j-1 = K A (Γ ⊗ I s) K B T, where the l × q matrix Γ = [γ ij] is the solution of the Sylvester matrix equation () M A T Γ-Γ M B = e 1, l e 1, q T and e 1,l denotes the Cited by: The basic aim of this article is to present a novel efficient matrix approach for solving the second-order linear matrix partial differential equations (MPDEs) under given initial conditions.

For imposing the given initial conditions to the main MPDEs. matrix equation, denotes the matrix obtained by taking the complex conjugate of each element ly,in [ ] some explicit expressions of the solution to the matrix equation = were established by means of real representation of a complex matrix, and it is shown that there exists a unique solution if and only if and have.

In this paper we study coupled matrix equations, which are encountered in many systems and control applications. First, we extend the well-known Jacobi and Gauss--Seidel iterations and present a large family of iterative methods, which are then applied to develop iterative solutions to coupled Sylvester matrix by: We assume that the reader is familiar with elementarynumerical analysis, linear algebra, and the central ideas of direct methods for the numerical solution of dense linear systems as described in standard texts such as [7], [],or[].

Our approach is to focus on a small number of methods and treat them in Size: KB. Matrix equations can be used to solve systems of linear equations by using the left and right sides of the equations. Examples 3: Solve the system of equations using matrices: { 7 x + 5 y = 3 3 x − 2 y = Find the solution to the following system of equations.

Solution: The first step is to express the above system of equations as an augmented matrix. Next we label the rows: Now we start actually reducing the matrix to row echelon form. First we change the leading coefficient of the first row to 1.

We achieve this by multiplying R 1 by -1 ⁄ 3. As Anon mentions, linear least squares is the standard method for solving this problem.

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new approach, based on the reduction of the problem dimension prior to integration. We project the initial problem onto an extended block Krylov subspace and obtain a low-dimentional differential algebraic Riccati equation.

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In this problem, we avoid fractions by choosing the first equation and solving for y in terms of x: 5x + y = 4 Solve the first equation for y in terms of x. y = 4 - 5x Substitute into the second equation. Say you have a very dense matrix that is x elements.

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Let A be an m by n matrix, and consider the homogeneous system. Since A is m by n, the set of all vectors x which satisfy this equation forms a subset of R n. (This subset is nonempty, since it clearly contains the zero vector: x = 0 always satisfies.

In particular, finding a least-squares solution means solving a consistent system of linear equations. We can translate the above theorem into a recipe: Recipe 1: Compute a least-squares solution.

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