By John C. Nash
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62) There will be up to n eigensolutions (e, x) for any matrix (Wilkinson 1965) and finding them for various types of matrices has given rise to a rich literature. 63) are wanted, where B is another n by n matrix. 62) if this is possible. 63) itself for one or more eigensolutions. 63) with large matrices, A and B have fortunately been symmetric, which provides several convenient simplifications, both theoretical and computational. 5. Illustration of the matrix eigenvalue problem In quantum mechanics, the use of the variation method to determine approximate energy states of physical systems gives rise to matrix eigenvalue problems if the trial functions used are linear combinations of some basis functions (see, for instance, Pauling and Wilson 1935, p 180ff).
35) to compute the updated column norms after each rotation. There is a danger that nearly equal magnitudes may be subtracted, with the resultant column norm having a large relative error. However, if the application requires information from the largest singular values and vectors, this approach offers some saving of effort. 35). Note that in the present algorithm the quantities needed for these calculations have not been preserved. Alternatively, add at the end of STEP 8 (after the rotation) the statements Z[j] : = Z[j] + 0·5*q*(vt – r); Z[k] : = Z[k] – 0·5*q*(vt – r); if Z[k] < 0·0 then Z[k] : = 0·0; and at the end of STEP 9 the statements Z[j] := Z[j] + 0·5*r*(vt – q); Z[k] := Z[k] – 0·5*r*(vt – q); if Z[k] < 0·0 then Z[k] := 0·0; (3) the deletion of the assignments Z[j] := q; Z[k] := r; at the end of STEP 5.