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Linear Algebra Proceedings

Wednesday, July 16

MS7: Linear Algebra in Computational Biomedicine

Random matrices in Magnetic Resonance signal processing
Piero Barone, Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo "Mauro Picone", Italy

CP 1

Computing Smallest Singular Triplets with Implicitly Restarted Lanczos Bidiagonalization
Constantine Bekas, Efstratios Gallopoulos, and Effrosyni Kokiopoulou, University of Patras, Greece

CP 2

On the Skeel Condition Number, Growth Factors and Pivoting Strategies for Gaussian Elimination
Juan M. Pena, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

Preconditioning Parallel Sparse Iterative Solvers for Circuit Simulation
Achim Basermann, Uwe Jaekel, and Koutaro Hachiya, NEC Europe Ltd, Germany

CP 3

Irreducible Powerful Ray Patterns
Han H. Cho, Jongsam Jeon, and Hwakyung Kim, Seoul National University, Korea

Reducible, Powerful Ray Patterns
Jeffrey L. Stuart, Pacific Lutheran University

CP 4

Cache Efficient Householder Bidiagonalization
Gary W. Howell, Hewlett Packard Corporation; Charles T. Fulton, Florida Institute of Technology, USA

A Parallel Direct Linear Equation Solver for Nonsymmetric Tridiagonal Matrices
Yusaku Yamamoto, Mitsuyosi Igai, and Ken Naono, Hitachi Ltd.

Latent Semantic Indexing for Image Retrieval Systems
Jiri Dvorsky, Pavel Praks, and Vaclav Snasel, FEI TU Ostrava, Czech Republic

Thursday, July 17

MS9: Nonnormal Matrices and Matrix Analysis for Iterative Methods

Continuation of Invariant Subspaces for Large and Sparse Bifurcations Problems
Mark J. Friedman, University of Alabama; David Bindel, University of California, Berkeley; James W. Demmel, University of California, Berkeley

MS12: Indefinite Inner Products and Applications II

Remarks on Numerical Ranges of Operators on an Indefinite Inner Product Space
Natalia Bebiano, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal; Joao da Providencia, University of Coimbra, Portugal; G. Soares, University of Tras-os-Montes and Alto Douro; Rute Lemos, University of Aveiro, Portugal

MS14: Linear Algebra in Model Reduction of Dynamical Systems II

Recursive Grammian and Hankel map approximation of large dynamical systems
Paul M. Van Dooren, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium; Younes Chahlaoui, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

Modeling for MEMS system design
Ben Shapiro and Pramod Mathai, University of Maryland, College Park

Fourier Model Reduction for Large-Scale Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics
Karen E. Willcox, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Alex Megretski

CP 5

A Novel Technique for Simplifying Multiscale, Linear Fluid Dynamics Problems
Kumar M. Bobba, California Institute of Technology; John Doyle, California Institute of Technology; Mory Gharib, California Institute of Technology

D-Stability from a Numerical Point of View
Raffaella Pavani, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

How To Find Matrix Modifications Keeping Essentially Unaltered A Selected Set Of Eigenvalues
Silvia Noschese, Universita di Roma, Italy; Lionello Pasquini, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy

CP 7

Using Godunov's Two-Sided Sturm Sequences to Accurately Compute Singular Vectors of Bidiagonal Matrices
Anna Matsekh, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Los Alamos National Laboratory; Ella Shurina, Novosibirsk State Technical University

The Scaled Sturm Sequence Computation
Jingyu Zhang, University of Illinois, Springfield

Application of Kronecker Products in Fusion Applications
Ed F. D'Azevedo, Mark Carter, and Fred Jaeger, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Optimal scaling of companion pencils for the QZ-Algorithm
Damien Lemonnier and Paul M. Van Dooren, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Friday, July 18

CP 9

Limits of the Recursively Defined Matrix Sequences Using Nonlinear Matrix Equations
Xiquan Shi, Fengshan Liu, Hanson Umoh, and Frank Gibson, Delaware State University

Rank of Sparse Integer Matrices
Benjamin D. Saunders, Ahmet Duran, and Zhendong Wan, University of Delaware

CP 10

Utilizing the Quadruple-Precision Floating-Point Arithmetic Operation for the Krylov Subspace Methods
Hidehiko Hasegawa, University of Library and Information Science, Japan

Characteristic Polynomials and Pseudospectra
Laurence Grammont, Universite de Saint-etienne, France

Transfer Functions and Path Following for Computing Pseudospectra
Efstratios Gallopoulos and Constantine Bekas, University of Patras, Greece; Valeria Simoncini, Universita' di Bologna, Italy and IMATI, CNR, Pavia

CP 11

Usage of Fuzzy a Priori Information for Modeling Systems with Variated Parameters
Arnold Korkhin

Minimal Sets of Bi-Product Equalities Characterize Separable Pure Quantum States
Philippe Jorrand and Mehdi Mhalla, CNRS, France

Importance of Linear Algebra in Engineering Design Methodology
Mysore Narayanan, Miami University

CP 12

Linearizing L-Order Dynamical Systems. Controllability of Linearized System
Ma. Isabel Garcia-Planas, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain

MS18: Inverse Eigenvalue Problems

Inverse Eigenvalue Problems Involving Multiple Spectra
Graham M. Gladwell, University of Waterloo, Canada

MS20: Recent Developments in Sparse Matrix Algorithms

A Comparison between Three External Memory Algorithms for Factoring Sparse Matrices
Florin Dobrian, Old Dominion University; Alex Pothen, Old Dominion University and Sandia National Laboratories

Saturday, July 19

MS21: Numerical Solution of Polynomial Eigenvalue Problems II

An Arnoldi Method for Nonlinear Symmetric Eigenvalue Problems
Heinrich Voss, Technische Universität, Hamburg-Harburg, Germany

MS22: Matrix Completion Problems

Relationships between the Completion Problems for Various Classes of Matrices
Leslie Hogben, Iowa State University

CP 13

Stochastic Linear Solvers
Ashok Srinivasan, Florida State University; Vikram Aggarwal

Schur Complements of Diagonally Dominant Matrices
Fuzhen Zhang, Nova Southeastern University

CP 14

Efficient Algorithms for Direct Resolution of Large Sparse System on Clusters of Smp Nodes
Pascal Henon, INRIA ; Pierre Ramet, LABRI, Univ Bordeaux, France; Jean Roman, ENSEIRB & LaBRI

CP 17

Parallel Bundle Method for Semidefinite Programming
Madhu Nayakkankuppam and Yevgen Tymofyeyev, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

CP 18

Expansion-Contraction Matrices and Contractibility Matrices in The Inclusion Principle for Linear Time-Invariant Systems
Delin Chu, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore

Motivating Non-Negative Matrix Factorizations
Stefan M. Wild, University of Colorado, Boulder


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