Linear Algebra ProceedingsWednesday, July 16MS7: Linear Algebra in Computational Biomedicine Random matrices in Magnetic Resonance signal processing
CP 1 Computing Smallest Singular Triplets with Implicitly
Restarted Lanczos Bidiagonalization CP 2 On the Skeel Condition Number, Growth Factors and
Pivoting Strategies for Gaussian Elimination Preconditioning Parallel Sparse Iterative Solvers
for Circuit Simulation CP 3 Irreducible Powerful Ray Patterns Reducible, Powerful Ray Patterns CP 4 Cache Efficient Householder Bidiagonalization
A Parallel Direct Linear Equation Solver for Nonsymmetric
Tridiagonal Matrices Latent Semantic Indexing for Image Retrieval Systems
Thursday, July 17MS9: Nonnormal Matrices and Matrix Analysis for Iterative Methods Continuation of Invariant Subspaces for Large
and Sparse Bifurcations Problems MS12: Indefinite Inner Products and Applications II Remarks on Numerical Ranges of Operators on an
Indefinite Inner Product Space MS14: Linear Algebra in Model Reduction of Dynamical Systems II Recursive Grammian and Hankel map approximation
of large dynamical systems Modeling for MEMS system design Fourier Model Reduction for LargeScale Applications
in Computational Fluid Dynamics CP 5 A Novel Technique for Simplifying Multiscale, Linear Fluid Dynamics Problems DStability from a Numerical Point of View
How To Find Matrix Modifications Keeping Essentially
Unaltered A Selected Set Of Eigenvalues CP 7 Using Godunov's TwoSided Sturm Sequences to Accurately
Compute Singular Vectors of Bidiagonal Matrices The Scaled Sturm Sequence Computation Application of Kronecker Products in Fusion
Applications Optimal scaling of companion pencils for the QZAlgorithm Friday, July 18CP 9 Limits of the Recursively Defined Matrix Sequences
Using Nonlinear Matrix Equations Rank of Sparse Integer Matrices CP 10 Utilizing the QuadruplePrecision FloatingPoint
Arithmetic Operation for the Krylov Subspace Methods Characteristic Polynomials and Pseudospectra
Transfer Functions and Path Following for Computing
Pseudospectra CP 11 Usage of Fuzzy a Priori Information for Modeling
Systems with Variated Parameters Minimal Sets of BiProduct Equalities Characterize
Separable Pure Quantum States Importance of Linear Algebra in Engineering
Design Methodology CP 12 Linearizing LOrder Dynamical Systems. Controllability
of Linearized System MS18: Inverse Eigenvalue Problems Inverse Eigenvalue Problems Involving Multiple
Spectra MS20: Recent Developments in Sparse Matrix Algorithms A Comparison between Three External Memory Algorithms
for Factoring Sparse Matrices Saturday, July 19MS21: Numerical Solution of Polynomial Eigenvalue Problems II An Arnoldi Method for Nonlinear Symmetric Eigenvalue
Problems MS22: Matrix Completion Problems Relationships between the Completion Problems for
Various Classes of Matrices CP 13 Stochastic Linear Solvers Schur Complements of Diagonally Dominant Matrices
CP 14 Efficient Algorithms for Direct Resolution of Large
Sparse System on Clusters of Smp Nodes CP 17 Parallel Bundle Method for Semidefinite Programming
CP 18 ExpansionContraction Matrices and Contractibility
Matrices in The Inclusion Principle for Linear TimeInvariant Systems
Motivating NonNegative Matrix Factorizations

