Volume 20, Issue 5
A Reverse Order Implicit Q-Theorem and the Arnoldi Process

J. Comp. Math., 20 (2002), pp. 519-524.

Published online: 2002-10

Cited by

Export citation
• Abstract

Let A be a real square matrix and $V^TAV = G$ be an upper Hessenberg matrix with positive subdiagonal entries, where $V$ is an orthogonal matrix. Then the implicit $Q$-theorem states that once the first column of $V$ is given then $V$ and $G$ are uniquely determined. In this paper, three results are established. First, it holds a reverse order implicit $Q$-theorem: once the last column of $V$ is given, then $V$ and $G$ are uniquely determined too. Second, it is proved that for a Krylov subspace two formulations of the Arnoldi process are equivalent and in one to one correspondence. Finally, by the equivalence relation and the reverse order implicit $Q$-theorem, it is proved that for the Krylov subspace, if the last vector of vector sequence generated by the Arnoldi process is given, then the vector sequence and resulting Hessenberg matrix are uniquely determined.

• BibTex
• RIS
• TXT
@Article{JCM-20-519, author = {Chen , Gui-Zhi and Jia , Zhong-Xiao}, title = {A Reverse Order Implicit Q-Theorem and the Arnoldi Process}, journal = {Journal of Computational Mathematics}, year = {2002}, volume = {20}, number = {5}, pages = {519--524}, abstract = {

Let A be a real square matrix and $V^TAV = G$ be an upper Hessenberg matrix with positive subdiagonal entries, where $V$ is an orthogonal matrix. Then the implicit $Q$-theorem states that once the first column of $V$ is given then $V$ and $G$ are uniquely determined. In this paper, three results are established. First, it holds a reverse order implicit $Q$-theorem: once the last column of $V$ is given, then $V$ and $G$ are uniquely determined too. Second, it is proved that for a Krylov subspace two formulations of the Arnoldi process are equivalent and in one to one correspondence. Finally, by the equivalence relation and the reverse order implicit $Q$-theorem, it is proved that for the Krylov subspace, if the last vector of vector sequence generated by the Arnoldi process is given, then the vector sequence and resulting Hessenberg matrix are uniquely determined.

}, issn = {1991-7139}, doi = {https://doi.org/}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jcm/8936.html} }
TY - JOUR T1 - A Reverse Order Implicit Q-Theorem and the Arnoldi Process AU - Chen , Gui-Zhi AU - Jia , Zhong-Xiao JO - Journal of Computational Mathematics VL - 5 SP - 519 EP - 524 PY - 2002 DA - 2002/10 SN - 20 DO - http://doi.org/ UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jcm/8936.html KW - Implicit Q-theorem, Reverse order implicit Q-theorem, Truncated version, Arnoldi process. AB -

Let A be a real square matrix and $V^TAV = G$ be an upper Hessenberg matrix with positive subdiagonal entries, where $V$ is an orthogonal matrix. Then the implicit $Q$-theorem states that once the first column of $V$ is given then $V$ and $G$ are uniquely determined. In this paper, three results are established. First, it holds a reverse order implicit $Q$-theorem: once the last column of $V$ is given, then $V$ and $G$ are uniquely determined too. Second, it is proved that for a Krylov subspace two formulations of the Arnoldi process are equivalent and in one to one correspondence. Finally, by the equivalence relation and the reverse order implicit $Q$-theorem, it is proved that for the Krylov subspace, if the last vector of vector sequence generated by the Arnoldi process is given, then the vector sequence and resulting Hessenberg matrix are uniquely determined.

Gui-Zhi Chen & Zhong-Xiao Jia. (1970). A Reverse Order Implicit Q-Theorem and the Arnoldi Process. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 20 (5). 519-524. doi:
Copy to clipboard
The citation has been copied to your clipboard