SQUINT
Algorithm 598: An algorithm to compute solvents of the matrix equation AX2+BX+C=0.
This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.
This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.
Keywords for this software
References in zbMATH (referenced in 10 articles )
Showing results 1 to 10 of 10.
Sorted by year (- Seo, Jong-Hyeon; Kim, Hyun-Min: Convergence of pure and relaxed Newton methods for solving a matrix polynomial equation arising in stochastic models (2014)
- Han, Yin-Huan; Kim, Hyun-Min: Finding the skew-symmetric solvent to a quadratic matrix equation (2012)
- Hashemi, Behnam; Dehghan, Mehdi: Efficient computation of enclosures for the exact solvents of a quadratic matrix equation (2010)
- Long, Jian-Hui; Hu, Xi-Yan; Zhang, Lei: Improved Newton’s method with exact line searches to solve quadratic matrix equation (2008)
- Tsachouridis, Vassilios A.; Karcanias, Nicos; Postlethwaite, Ian: A unified framework for the numerical solution of general quadratic matrix equations (2007)
- Gao, Yong-Hua: Newton’s method for the quadratic matrix equation (2006)
- Tsachouridis, Vassilios A.; Kouvaritakis, Basil: The homogeneous projective transformation of general quadratic matrix equations (2005)
- Higham, Nicholas J.; Kim, Hyun-Min: Solving a quadratic matrix equation by newton’s method with exact line searches (2001)
- Higham, Nicholas J.; Kim, Hyun-Min: Numerical analysis of a quadratic matrix equation (2000)
- Chen, D.; Argyros, I.K.; Qian, Q.: A local convergence theorem for the super-Halley method in a Banach space (1994)