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Fundamentals of Matrix Computations

Olga Moreira

335 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Fundamentals of Matrix Computations deals with the concept of matrix computations, a technique of singular value homogenization and its application in medical therapy. It consists of modern iterative methods to generalize the issues associated with singular-value homogenization. It provides the reader with the understanding of matrix computations and preconditioning technique of singular value homogenization so as to analyze its potential applications in the field of medical therapy and the use of efficient numerical methods so as to solve the problems linked with nonlinear singular boundary value by using improved differential transform method. This book also discusses about blind distributed estimation algorithms for adaptive networks, a dft-based approximate eigenvalue and singular value decomposition of polynomial matrices, sparse signal subspace decomposition based on adaptive over-complete dictionary, lower bounds for the low-rank matrix approximation and a semi-smoothing augmented lagrange multiplier algorithm for low-rank toeplitz matrix completion.
Author Bio
Olga Moreira obtained her Ph.D. in Astrophysics from the University of Liege (Belgium) in 2010, her BSc. in Physics and Applied Mathematics from the University of Porto (Portugal). Her post-graduate travels and international collaborations with the European Space Agency (ESA) and European Southern Observatory (ESO) led to great personal and professional growth as a scientist. Currently, she is working as an independent researcher, technical writer, and editor in the fields of Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics.