## Principles of numerical analysis by Alston S. Householder

By Alston S. Householder

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And on the other hand, , gn]- Hence = \FE\ \F\\E\. and Orthogonality. 04. Length vector by the projection of the other upon it. It is clear geometrically that the projection of a broken line upon a given line is the sum of the projections of the separate segments and is equal also to the projection of the single segment which joins the two ends of the broken line. 1), segments ,e, its upon projection y. 1) upon y xy = = (2fcei)y. 2) known once the = e

Hence [a, Hence for b] = any b] [a, scalars [a, If 61, 62 are any + a and b] = [a, a] = + b] [a, a] [a, = b [a, + a]. /3, b [a, + a] = + [a 0b, b]. 2) is b\ = <*i/3 2 - <* 2 i called the determinant of the numerical vectors a tion is and b. The evalua- immediate: [a, b] = [a, /Sid + /3 2 2 = e 2] e2 , ei] -f- j9 2 i[ei, i)[ei, The determinant is a number, and + + [aiei + ej fr[a, 2 2 [a, 2 e 2] e 2 e 2] , e 2] e 2 ]. its relation to the outer product is similar to that of the coordinates to a vector.

Symmetric, AB*A = J5AU, A This is BA^A. the desired result. 3) where the columns = of A l AO is r t are contravariant vectors. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem; Canonical Form of a Matrix. 06. 1) as, = T*x (i = 0, 1, 2, . 2) . . ), n vectors of the sequence XQ, x\, Xz, will be pendent. Hence for some r < n there exist scalars 70, 7i, at most all null repre- 0. linearly inde. . 3) is = TO/ + + - y r T' a polynomial in T, and since t(T)x x + ViT = 0, in the null space of $(T). If both x and y are in the null space of $(T}, then ax py is also in this null space for any scalars a and The null space consists of the null vector only, unless $(T) is a 0.