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Chapter 9.1 = LU Decomposition. MATH 264 Linear Algebra. Introduction:. LU Decomposition is very usefu l when we have large matrices n x n and if we use gauss- jordan or the other methods, we can get errors.

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Chapter 9 1 lu decomposition

Chapter 9.1 =

LU Decomposition

MATH 264 Linear Algebra


Introduction

Introduction:

  • LU Decomposition is very useful when we have large matrices n x n and if we use gauss-jordan or the other methods, we can get errors.

  • Computers use this method because of roundoff errors, memory usage, and speed concerns


Method of lu decomposition

Method of LU Decomposition:

  • Rewrite the system Ax = b as LUx = b

  • Define a new n x 1 matrix y by Ux = y

  • Use Ux = y to rewrite LUx = b as Ly = b and solve the system for y

  • Substitute y in Ux = y and solve for x


Explanation on the method

Explanation on the method

This procedure replaces the single linear system ax = b by a pair of linear systems

that must be solved in succession.However, since each of these systems has a triangular coefficient matrix, it generally turns out to involve no more computation to solve the two systems than to solve the original system directly.


Finding lu decompositions

Finding LU Decompositions

  • The previous example shows that once an LU-decomposition of A is obtained, a linear system Ax = b can be solved by one forward substitution and one backward substitution.

  • The main advantage of this method over Gaussian and Gauss-Jordan elimination is that it “decouples” Afrom b so that for solveing a linear systems with same coefficient matrix A the work in factoring that matrix need only be performed once.


Finding lu decomposition continued

Finding LU Decomposition CONTINUED…

  • Such sequences occur in problems in which the matrix A remains fixed but the matrix b varies over time.

  • Not every square matrix has an LU-decomposition

  • However, if it is possible to reduce a square matrix A to REF by Gaussian elimination (without performing any row exchanges) then Awill have an LU-decomposition.


Chapter 9 1 lu decomposition

Solution To obtain an LU-decomposition A = LUwe will reduce A to REF form U using Gaussian elimination and then calculate L from it. Steps are shown below:

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Constructing lu decomposition

Constructing LU-Decomposition:

  • Reduce A to a REF form U by Gaussian elinmination without row exchanges, keeping track of the multipliers used to introduce the leading 1s and multipliers used to introduce the zeros below the leading 1s

  • In each position along the main diagonal of L place the reciprocal of the multiplier that introduced the leading 1 in that position in U

  • In each position below the main diagonal of L place negative of the multiplier used to introduce the zero in that position in U

  • Form the decomposition A = LU


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Lu decompositions are not unique

LU-Decompositions are not unique


Computer application plu decomposition

Computer Application: PLU-Decomposition


Questions to get done

Questions to Get Done

Suggested practice problems (11th edition)

  • Section 9.1 #1-7 odd questions


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