Given a square matrix A, a decomposition A = QR, where Q is unitary and R is upper triangular, is said to be the QR decomposition of A. In contrast to the LU decomposition, one does not fear a growth of entries in the case of the QR decomposition. (Why?)
KeywordsArithmetic Operation Rectangular Matrix Hessenberg Matrix Reflection Matrix Hessenberg Form
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