Differential Equations Solutions 61

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71 To prove the second fact, note that trace( CD )= m X k =1 ( n X i =1 ( c ki d ik )) , while trace( DC )= n X i =1 ( m X k =1 ( d ik c ki )) , which is the same. (b) Note that ± B QA ± 2 F =trace(( B QA ) T ( B QA )) = trace( B T B + A T A ) 2 trace( A T Q T B ) , so we can minimize the left-hand side by maximizing trace( A T Q T B ). (c) We compute trace( Q T BA T ) = trace( Q T U Σ V T ) = trace( V T Q T U Σ) = trace( Z Σ) = m X i =1 σ i z ii m X i =1 σ i , (12.1) where the inequality follows from the fact that elements of an orthogonal matrix lie between 1and1 . (d) Since Z = V T Q T U ,wehave Z = I if Q = UV T . CHALLENGE 12.4.
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Unformatted text preview: results are much better than those of Challenge 2, with errors at most 10 14 and no trouble when the pitch is close to vertical. CHALLENGE 12.5. We compute B QA te T 2 F = m X i =1 n X j =1 ( B QA ) 2 ij 2 t i ( B QA ) ij + nt 2 i , and setting the partial derivative with respect to t i to zero yields t i = 1 n n X j =1 ( B QA ) ij ....
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