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## Matrix Methods and Applications

by: Dr. Filomena Hegmann

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# Matrix Methods and Applications APPM 3310

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Dr. Filomena Hegmann

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APPM 3310 new material for the nal 1 Gram Schmidt and A QR factorization 0 Be able to perform the Gram Schmidt procedure to transform a collection of vectors into an orthonormal set of vectors with the same span 0 Know how to write the original vectors in terms of the new or thonormal vectors o If the original collection of vectors are columns of a matrix A7 know how to deduce the A QR factorization from this information 0 Know that if A has independent columns7 then A can be factored 0 Know what an orthonormal matrix is Know what an orthogonal matrix is Be able to provide examples of each 0 Know what it means for orthonormal matrices to preserve length 0 Understand how the normal equations for the least squares solu tion to A b simplify to R QTb if A is factored A QR 0 Understand why this formulation could be advantageous for nu merical computations 2 Eigenvalues7 eigenvectors7 and diagonalization 0 Know how to compute the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a square matrix 0 Know that the sum of eigenvalues is the trace of the matrix and the product of eigenvalues is the determinant 0 Know what the characteristic polynomial of a matrix is 0 Know the statement of the Cayley Hamilton theorem 0 Know the de nitions of algebraic and geometric multiplicity of an eigenvalue 0 Know that the algebraic multiplicity is always greater than or equal to the geometric multiplicity 0 Be able to give examples of eigenvalues with equal algebraic and geometric multiplicity7 and algebraic multiplicity strictly great than geometric multiplicity 0 Know that eigenvectors corresponding to di erent eigenvalues are independent 0 Know that if the algebraic multiplicity equals the geometric mul tiplicity for each eigenvalue7 then the matrix is diagonalizable In this case7 know that the matrix of eigenvectors S satis es A SDS l 0 Understand how the forumla for Ak simpli es upon diagonaliza tion of A 3 Linear di erence equations 0 Be able to write down an expression for the general solution of uk1 Auc7 where A is a square matrix Know how the expression simpli es if A is diagonalizable 0 Be able to compute limCHOO uh the steady state behavior of the system7 using the above expression 0 Understand why the only equilibrium solutions correspond to eigen vectors for the eigenvalue 1 4 Linear di erential equations 0 Be able to write down an expression for the general solution of u Au7 where A is a square matrix 0 Be able to write down a formula for the matrix exponential pltAtgt when A is diagonalizable 0 Understand why no 0 is the only equilibrium solution for the system Understand how its stability is determined by the real parts of the eigenvalues of A

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