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± sign pattern matrices that allow orthogonality

Yan Ling Shao, Liang Sun, Yubin Gao (2006)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

A sign pattern A is a ± sign pattern if A has no zero entries. A allows orthogonality if there exists a real orthogonal matrix B whose sign pattern equals A . Some sufficient conditions are given for a sign pattern matrix to allow orthogonality, and a complete characterization is given for ± sign patterns with n - 1 N - ( A ) n + 1 to allow orthogonality.

A new characterization of generalized complementary basic matrices

Miroslav Fiedler, Frank J. Hall (2014)

Special Matrices

In this paper, a new characterization of previously studied generalized complementary basic matrices is obtained. It is in terms of ranks and structure ranks of submatrices defined by certain diagonal positions. The results concern both the irreducible and general cases.

A New Characterization of Generalized Complementary Basic Matrices

Miroslav Fiedler, Frank J. Hall (2014)

Special Matrices

In this paper, a new characterization of previously studied generalized complementary basic matrices is obtained. It is in terms of ranks and structure ranks of submatrices defined by certain diagonal positions. The results concern both the irreducible and general cases

A note on the matrix Haffian.

Heinz Neudecker (2000)

Qüestiió

This note contains a transparent presentation of the matrix Haffian. A basic theorem links this matrix and the differential ofthe matrix function under investigation, viz ∇F(X) and dF(X).Frequent use is being made of matrix derivatives as developed by Magnus and Neudecker.

A note on the scalar Haffian.

Heinz Neudecker (2000)

Qüestiió

In this note a uniform transparent presentation of the scalar Haffian will be given. Some well-known results will be generalized. A link will be established between the scalar Haffian and the derivative matrix as developed by Magnus and Neudecker.

Aspects of non-commutative function theory

Jim Agler, John E. McCarthy (2016)

Concrete Operators

We discuss non commutative functions, which naturally arise when dealing with functions of more than one matrix variable.

Companion matrices and their relations to Toeplitz and Hankel matrices

Yousong Luo, Robin Hill (2015)

Special Matrices

In this paper we describe some properties of companion matrices and demonstrate some special patterns that arisewhen a Toeplitz or a Hankel matrix is multiplied by a related companion matrix.We present a necessary and sufficient condition, generalizing known results, for a matrix to be the transforming matrix for a similarity between a pair of companion matrices. A special case of our main result shows that a Toeplitz or a Hankel matrix can be extended using associated companion matrices, preserving...

Decomposing matrices with Jerzy K. Baksalary

Jarkko Isotalo, Simo Puntanen, George P.H. Styan (2008)

Discussiones Mathematicae Probability and Statistics

In this paper we comment on some papers written by Jerzy K. Baksalary. In particular, we draw attention to the development process of some specific research ideas and papers now that some time, more than 15 years, has gone after their publication.

Generalized Conley-Zehnder index

Jean Gutt (2014)

Annales de la faculté des sciences de Toulouse Mathématiques

The Conley-Zehnder index associates an integer to any continuous path of symplectic matrices starting from the identity and ending at a matrix which does not admit 1 as an eigenvalue. Robbin and Salamon define a generalization of the Conley-Zehnder index for any continuous path of symplectic matrices; this generalization is half integer valued. It is based on a Maslov-type index that they define for a continuous path of Lagrangians in a symplectic vector space ( W , Ω ¯ ) , having chosen a given reference...

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