October 24 – 28, 2016
Numerical Linear Algebra has been an active research area for several decades and continues to receive considerable attention. The last few years have seen the development of new techniques and robust algorithms that are designed for the solution of large-scale problems on modern computers.
This event focuses on two major applications of numerical linear algebra in large-scale computations. The first application is methods and techniques of linear algebra for image restoration (e.g. medical and astronomical imaging, image restoration, etc.). The problems to be solved are special inverse and ill-posed problems. The second focus is on matrix problems such as preconditioning techniques for large linear systems, eigenvalue problems, matrix equations coming from optimal control, model reduction techniques and other applications. Researchers will present and discuss the state-of-the-art in numerical linear algebra and applications, with a particular emphasis on new advances in focus areas of the conference. |
Scientific Committee
Jocelyne Erhel (Inria Rennes Bretagne Atlantique) Organizing Committee Mohammed Bellalij (Université de Valenciennes) |
Speakers
Accelerating convergence in sparse least squares iterative solvers using LU factorization
On the numerical rank of positive definite Hankel matrices
Generalized matrix functions: properties, algorithms, and applications
Computing matrix functions of infinite quasi- Toeplitz matrices
Anderson Acceleration and the Reduced Rank Extrapolation
Point-spread function reconstruction in ground-based astronomy
Stabilized Time Marching Schemes for High Accurate Finite Differences Solutions of Nonlinear Parabolic Equations
Uniqueness of solution of systems of generalized Sylvester and *Sylvester equations
Spectral analysis and numerical methods for fractional diffusion equations
Strong linearizations of rational matrices: theory and explicit constructions
Direct nonlinear imaging via data-driven discrete- time ROMs of large-scale wave propagation
Block Lanczos Algorithm for Digital Colour Images
Varying the s in s-step GMRES
Iterative regularization in variable exponent Lebesgue spaces
Block Matrix Formulations for Evolving Networks
Fast nonnegative least squares through flexible Krylov subspaces
Column-Action Methods in CT
An Alternating Modulus Nonnegative Least- Squares Method for Nonnegative Matrix Factorization
On applying the block Arnoldi process to the solution of a particular Sylvester-observer equation
Fast computation of the matrix exponential for a Toeplitz matrix
Bidiagonalization with Parallel Tiled Algorithms
Doubling Algorithms, General Theory and Applications |
Computing the Jordan structure of an eigenvalue
An optimal Q-OR Krylov subspace method for solving linear systems
Computing the Least Common Multiple of Polynomial Sets
Identification of hydraulic conductivity for salt- water intrusion problem in free aquifers
Approximated structured pseudospectra
Gauss quadrature for quasi-definite linear functionals
Applications of the simplified topological epsilon–algorithms
Generalized Krylov subspace methods for `lp-lq ‘ minimization
Fast and backward stable computation of the eigenvalues of matrix polynomials
Vector estimates for the action of matrix functions on vectors
Divide and conquer algorithms and software for large Hermitian eigenvalue problems
Analysis of the rational Krylov subspace method for large-scale algebraic Riccati equations
Stagnation of block GMRES and its relationship to block FOM
Block Krylov subspace methods for matrix functions
The roots of GMRES polynomials need not influence GMRES residual norms
Tropical scaling of a Lagrange-type linearization for matrix polynomial eigenvalue problems
Block Kronecker Linearizations of Matrix Polynomials and their Backward Errors
A Framework for Structured Linearizations of Matrix Polynomials in Various Bases
A fast contour-integral eigensolver for non- Hermitian matrices and the approximation accuracy
Weighted Golub-Kahan-Lanczos Algorithms
Multi-scale S-fraction reduced-order models for massive wavefield simulations
Phase-preconditioned Rational Krylov Subspaces for model reduction of large-scale wave propagation |