By Rubin H. Landau, Manuel J P?ez, Cristian C. Bordeianu
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14 Let ∆(A) = AZ − ZA. If A is nonsingular then ∆(A−1 ) = −A−1 ∆(A)A−1 . Given matrices A, B, C such that A = BC then 42 STRUCTURED MATRIX ANALYSIS ∆(A) = B∆(C) + ∆(B)C. Moreover, if ∆(A) = V W T , where V and W are n×k block matrices with m×m blocks, then k T L(v i )U (wT i Z ) A = L(a) + i=1 where a is the ﬁrst block column of A, v i and wi denote the ith block column of V and W , respectively, for i = 1, . . , k. In particular, if A is nonsingular, then k A−1 = L(a ) − −1 T L(A−1 v i )U (wT Z ) i A i=1 where a is the ﬁrst block column of A−1 .
Q, and given the mi × nj matrices Ai,j , i = 1, . . , p, j = 1, . . , q, the matrix A1,1 A1,2 . . A1,q A2,1 A2,2 . . A2,q A= . .. .. . Ap,1 Ap,2 . . Ap,q p q of size m × n, m = i=1 mi , n = j=1 nj , is called a p × q block matrix with block elements Ai,j , i = 1, . . , p, j = 1, . . , q. If q = 1 the matrix A is called a block column vector of block size p, with block components Ai,1 , i = 1, . . , p. Similarly, if p = 1 the matrix A is called a block row vector of block size q, with block components A1,j , j = 1, .
Similarly, block Toeplitz matrices have the form A = (Aj−i )i,j∈E where Ak , k = 0, ±1, ±2, . . , are m × m matrices 1 . 3. An n×n Toeplitz matrix A = (aj−i )i,j=1,n , can be embedded into the 2n×2n circulant matrix B whose ﬁrst row is [a0 , a1 , . . , an−1 , ∗, a−n+1 , . . , a−1 ], where ∗ denotes any number. We observe that the leading n × n submatrix of B coincides with A. An example with n = 3 is shown below a0 a1 a2 ∗ a−2 a−1 a−1 a0 a1 a2 ∗ a−2 a−2 a−1 a0 a1 a2 ∗ B= ∗ a−2 a−1 a0 a1 a2 .
Computational Physics: Problem Solving With Computers by Rubin H. Landau, Manuel J P?ez, Cristian C. Bordeianu