The rational Arnoldi process is a popular method for the computation of a few eigenvalues of a large non-Hermitian matrix A∈Cn×n and for the approximation of matrix functions. The method is particularly attractive when the rational functions that determine the process have only few distinct poles zj∈C, because then few factorizations of matrices of the form A - zjI have to be computed. We discuss recursion relations for orthogonal bases of rational Krylov subspaces determined by rational functions with few distinct poles. These recursion formulas yield a new implementation of the rational Arnoldi process. Applications of the rational Arnoldi process to the approximation of matrix functions as well as to the computation of eigenvalues and pseudospectra of A are described. The new implementation is compared to several available implementations.
|Titolo:||A rational Arnoldi process with applications|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|