## The Lanczos algorithm and Hankel matrix factorization (1992)

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### BibTeX

@MISC{Boley92thelanczos,

author = {Daniel L. Boley and Tong J. Lee and Franklin T. Luk},

title = {The Lanczos algorithm and Hankel matrix factorization},

year = {1992}

}

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### Abstract

We explore the connections between the Lanczos algorithm for matrix tridiagonalization and two fast algorithms for Hankel matrix factorization. We show how the asymmetric Lanczos process is related to the Berlekamp-Massey algorithm, and how the symmetrized Lanczos process is related to the Phillips algorithm. We also discuss conditions under which the analysis of Phillips applies. 1

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Citation Context ...impulse response of a dynamical system [23]. The relation between the asymmetric Lanczos process and fast Hankel factorization and/or inversion algorithms has been explored more recently in [3], [4], =-=[16]-=-, [17], [21]. In the next two subsections, we apply the Lanczos process to define two procedures for decomposing an n × n strongly nonsingular Hankel matrix ⎛ ⎜ H = ⎜ ⎝ η0 η1 η2 · · · ⎞ ηn−1 η1 η2 η2 ... |

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Citation Context ...onse of a dynamical system [23]. The relation between the asymmetric Lanczos process and fast Hankel factorization and/or inversion algorithms has been explored more recently in [3], [4], [16], [17], =-=[21]-=-. In the next two subsections, we apply the Lanczos process to define two procedures for decomposing an n × n strongly nonsingular Hankel matrix ⎛ ⎜ H = ⎜ ⎝ η0 η1 η2 · · · ⎞ ηn−1 η1 η2 η2 η3 η3 η4 · ·... |

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Citation Context ...quations, and remarked that their algorithm is related to the Lanczos process. There still exists strong interest in a simple exposition of the BM algorithm; see, e.g., [19] in 1989. In 1971 Phillips =-=[28]-=- proposed a Hankel triangularization scheme, and presented a derivation of his method using a special symmetrized Lanczos process with a weighted and possibly indefinite inner product. In this paper, ... |

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3 |
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Citation Context ...e response of a dynamical system [23]. The relation between the asymmetric Lanczos process and fast Hankel factorization and/or inversion algorithms has been explored more recently in [3], [4], [16], =-=[17]-=-, [21]. In the next two subsections, we apply the Lanczos process to define two procedures for decomposing an n × n strongly nonsingular Hankel matrix ⎛ ⎜ H = ⎜ ⎝ η0 η1 η2 · · · ⎞ ηn−1 η1 η2 η2 η3 η3 ... |

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Citation Context ... from the impulse response of a dynamical system [23]. The relation between the asymmetric Lanczos process and fast Hankel factorization and/or inversion algorithms has been explored more recently in =-=[3]-=-, [4], [16], [17], [21]. In the next two subsections, we apply the Lanczos process to define two procedures for decomposing an n × n strongly nonsingular Hankel matrix ⎛ ⎜ H = ⎜ ⎝ η0 η1 η2 · · · ⎞ ηn−... |

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Citation Context ...0], [28]. When the permuted Yule-Walker equations (a Hankel system with a special right hand side) are solved, the resulting method essentially computes the LU factors of the Hankel matrix [1], [24], =-=[25]-=-. The same sets of equations arise in identification problems, where we would like to construct the transfer function from the impulse response of a dynamical system [23]. The relation between the asy... |