In the last few years many numerical techniques for computing eigenvalues of structured rank matrices have been proposed. Most of them are based on QR iterations since, in the symmetric case, the rank structure is preserved and high accuracy is guaranteed. In the unsymmetric case, however, the QR algorithm destroys the rank structure, which is instead preserved if LR iterations are used. We consider a wide class of quasiseparable matrices which can be represented in terms of the same parameters involved in their Neville factorization. This class, if assumptions are made to prevent possible breakdowns, is closed under LR steps. Moreover, we propose an implicit shifted LR method with a linear cost per step, which resembles the qd method for tridiagonal matrices. We show that for totally nonnegative quasiseparable matrices the algorithm is stable and breakdowns cannot occur, if the Laguerre shift, or other shift strategy preserving nonnegativity, is used. Computational evidence shows that good accuracy is obtained also when applied to symmetric positive definite matrices.
|Autori interni:||BEVILACQUA, ROBERTO|
DEL CORSO, GIANNA MARIA
|Autori:||BEVILACQUA R; BOZZO E; DEL CORSO G.M|
|Titolo:||Qd-type methods for quasiseparable matrices|
|Anno del prodotto:||2011|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|