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Matrix Operations

Matrix addition/subtraction

Matrices must be of same size.

Matrix multiplication

mxn qxp mxp

Condition: n = q

Identity Matrix

Matrix Transpose

Symmetric Matrices

Example:

Determinants

2x2

3x3

nxn

Determinants (contd)

diagonal matrix:

Matrix Inverse

The inverse A-1 of a matrix A has the property: AA-1=A-1A=I A-1 exists only if Terminology

Singular matrix: A-1 does not exist Ill-conditioned matrix: A is close to being singular

Properties of the inverse:

Pseudo-inverse

The pseudo-inverse A+ of a matrix A (could be nonsquare, e.g., m x n) is given by:

Matrix trace

properties:

Rank of matrix

Equal to the dimension of the largest square submatrix of A that has a non-zero determinant. Example:

has rank 3

Alternative definition: the maximum number of linearly independent columns (or rows) of A.

Example:

Orthogonal matrices

Notation:

A is orthogonal if:

Example:

Orthonormal matrices

A is orthonormal if:

Property:

The vector v is an eigenvector of matrix A and is an eigenvalue of A if:

(assume non-zero v)

Interpretation: the linear transformation implied by A cannot change the direction of the eigenvectors v, only their magnitude.

Computing and v

To find the eigenvalues of a matrix A, find the roots of the characteristic polynomial:

Example:

Properties

Eigenvalues and eigenvectors are only defined for square matrices (i.e., m = n) Eigenvectors are not unique (e.g., if v is an eigenvector, so is kv) Suppose 1, 2, ..., n are the eigenvalues of A, then:

Properties (contd)

Matrix diagonalization

Given A, find P such that P-1AP is diagonal (i.e., P diagonalizes A)

Take P = [v1 v2 . . . vn], where v1,v2 ,. . . vn are the eigenvectors of A:

Example:

Only if P-1 exists (i.e., A must have n linearly independent eigenvectors, that is, rank(A)=n)

If A has n distinct eigenvalues 1, 2, ..., n , then the corresponding eigevectors v1,v2 ,. . . vn form a basis: (1) linearly independent (2) span Rn

Diagonalization Decomposition

Let us assume that A is diagonalizable, then:

The eigenvalues of symmetric matrices are all real.

The eigenvectors corresponding to distinct eigenvalues are orthogonal.

P-1=PT

A=PDPT=

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