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By Raymond Hon-Fu Chan, Xiao-Qing Jin

ISBN-10: 0898716365

ISBN-13: 9780898716368

Toeplitz structures come up in a number of purposes in arithmetic, medical computing, and engineering, together with numerical partial and traditional differential equations, numerical options of convolution-type imperative equations, desk bound autoregressive time sequence in records, minimum cognizance difficulties up to speed idea, approach identity difficulties in sign processing, and snapshot recovery difficulties in snapshot processing. This useful booklet introduces present advancements in utilizing iterative tools for fixing Toeplitz structures in keeping with the preconditioned conjugate gradient approach. The authors specialise in the real features of iterative Toeplitz solvers and provides specific cognizance to the development of effective circulant preconditioners. functions of iterative Toeplitz solvers to useful difficulties are addressed, allowing readers to take advantage of the e-book s equipment and algorithms to resolve their very own difficulties. An appendix containing the MATLAB® courses used to generate the numerical effects is integrated. scholars and researchers in computational arithmetic and clinical computing will make the most of this e-book.

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1 0 ≤ j, k ≤ n − 1. 1). 3), we see that the eigenvalues of s(Tn (f )) are equal to m n−1 tk ζjk λj [s(Tn (f ))] = tk−n ζjk + k=0 m k=m+1 m t−k ζj−k tk ζjk + = k=0 k=1 −1 m tk ζjk + = k=0 tk ζjk k=−m 2πj , = sm [f ] n 0 ≤ j ≤ n − 1. Here we assume for simplicity that n = 2m + 1. If n = 2m, then we define the (m, 0)th entry in s(Tn (f )) to be zero, and the equality still holds. From Fourier analysis (see Zygmund [89, p. 6) sm [f ](x) = 2π −π where Dk (x) = sin(k + 12 )x = sin( x2 ) k eipx , k = 0, 1, .

Proof. Since f ∈ C2π , for any > 0, by the Weierstrass approximation theorem [58, p. 15], there is a trigonometric polynomial N bk eikx pN (x) = k=−N with b−k = ¯bk for |k| ≤ N such that f − pN 35 ∞ ≤ . 1) 36 Chapter 3. Unified treatment from kernels For all n > 2N , we have cF (Tn (f )) − Tn (f ) = cF (Tn (f − pN )) − Tn (f − pN ) + cF (Tn (pN )) − Tn (pN ). 1), cF (Tn (f − pN )) − Tn (f − pN ) 2 ≤ cF (Tn (f − pN )) 2 + Tn (f − pN ) 2 ≤ cF 2 · Tn (f − pN ) 2 + Tn (f − pN ) ≤ f − pN ∞ + f − pN ∞ ≤ 2 .

Before the end of this section, we remark that R. Chan, Yip, and Ng [32] proposed a new family of circulant preconditioners called the best circulant preconditioner to solve ill-conditioned Toeplitz systems in 2001. Unlike Bn or Pn , the best circulant preconditioner can be constructed by using only the entries of the given matrix and does not require the explicit knowledge of the generating function f ; see Chapter 4 for details. 1 , tk = 2,    t¯ , −k preconditioners s(Tn ), cF (Tn ), and k > 0, k = 0, k < 0.

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