What is the Gram Schmidt Procedure? Explanation and Example

gram schmidt procedure demonstration

Since, by applying head to tail rule on the vectors components, we can generate the original vector A. After that we need to find the projections of one vector to another vector. This projection is subtracted from the other vector and hence these two vectors become orthogonal.

So, for two vectors A and B lets say we want to generate a new set of vectors W and Y that will be orthogonal to each other. We will assume

The fast Fourier transform method and ill-conditioned matrices

FFT and Ill-conditioned Systems

Introduction The fast Fourier transform method and ill-conditioned matrices. We have studied the problem of calculating numerical solutions of the linear algebra equation, a*x=b, where a denotes an N*N ill-conditioned coefficient matrix. It is known that Gaussian elimination methods linked Read More …

Power Method and Inverse Power Method for Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors

power method and inverse power method

Introduction Power Method and Inverse Power Method for Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors. When looking for the greatest Eigen-pair, the power approach is usually used. The Inverse Power approach, on the other hand, is used to determine the smallest Eigen-pair. Read More …

Define Matrix Theory and Different Types of Matrixes

matrix theory and types of matrices

Matrix theory is important in a variety of scientific researches. It have been used in different areas of Physics, including classical mechanics, optics and quantum mechanics. The study of matrices also been used to investigate few physical phenomena, such as motion of rigid bodies. Also, in computers graphics have been used for developing 3-D models and projecting them on onto 2-D surfaces.