Two disciplines play a major role in this book. The first is linear algebra, which provides the setting for the derivation of efficient algorithms to do basic matrix calculations. The second is linear time-varying system theory, whose concepts we use to treat and analyze a large class of basic algorithms in a more general setting. In this introduction we explore important links between the two theories and show how linear time-varying system theory can be used to solve problems in linear algebra.
KeywordsTriangular Matrix Interpolation Problem Cholesky Factorization Computational Network Hankel Matrix
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