By Natália Bebiano

This quantity offers contemporary advances within the box of matrix research according to contributions on the MAT-TRIAD 2015 convention. themes coated contain period linear algebra and computational complexity, Birkhoff polynomial foundation, tensors, graphs, linear pencils, K-theory and statistic inference, displaying the ubiquity of matrices in numerous mathematical areas.

With a specific specialize in matrix and operator concept, statistical types and computation, the overseas convention on Matrix research and its functions 2015, held in Coimbra, Portugal, used to be the 6th in a chain of meetings.

*Applied and Computational Matrix Analysis* will entice graduate scholars and researchers in theoretical and utilized arithmetic, physics and engineering who're looking an outline of contemporary difficulties and strategies in matrix analysis.

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When we say that an algorithm is to process an m × n interval matrix A, we understand that the algorithm is given the pair (A ∈ Qm×n , A ∈ Qm×n ) and that the size of the input is L := size(A) + size(A). Whenever we speak about complexity of such algorithm, we mean a function φ(L) counting the number of steps of the corresponding Turing machine as a function of the bit-size L of the input (A, A). Although the literature focuses mainly on the Turing model (and here we also do so), it would be interesting to investigate the behavior of interval-theoretic problems in other computational models, such as the Blum–Shub–Smale (BSS) model for real-valued computing [2] or the quantum model [1].

Whenever we speak about complexity of such algorithm, we mean a function φ(L) counting the number of steps of the corresponding Turing machine as a function of the bit-size L of the input (A, A). Although the literature focuses mainly on the Turing model (and here we also do so), it would be interesting to investigate the behavior of interval-theoretic problems in other computational models, such as the Blum–Shub–Smale (BSS) model for real-valued computing [2] or the quantum model [1]. 2 Functional Problems and Decision Problems Formally, a functional problem F is a function F : {0, 1}∗ → {0, 1}∗ , where {0, 1}∗ is the set of all finite bit-strings.

Focus on Computational Neurobiology, pp. 115–132. Nova Science Publishers, Commack (2004) Interval Linear Algebra and Computational Complexity ˇ Jaroslav Horáˇcek, Milan Hladík and Michal Cerný Abstract This work connects two mathematical fields – computational complexity and interval linear algebra. It introduces the basic topics of interval linear algebra – regularity and singularity, full column rank, solving a linear system, deciding solvability of a linear system, computing inverse matrix, eigenvalues, checking positive (semi)definiteness or stability.