## A list of matrix flows with applications (1994)

Venue: | in Hamiltonian and Gradients Flows, Algorithms and Control |

Citations: | 15 - 1 self |

### BibTeX

@INPROCEEDINGS{Chu94alist,

author = {Moody T. Chu},

title = {A list of matrix flows with applications},

booktitle = {in Hamiltonian and Gradients Flows, Algorithms and Control},

year = {1994},

pages = {87--97}

}

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### Abstract

Many mathematical problems, such as existence questions, are studied by using an appropriate realization process, either iteratively or continuously. This article is a collection of di erential equations that have been proposed as special continuous realization processes. In some cases, there are remarkable connections betweensmooth ows and discrete numerical algorithms. In other cases, the ow approach seems advantageous in tackling very di cult problems. The ow approach has potential applications ranging from new development ofnumerical algorithms to the theoretical solution of open problems. Various aspects of the recent development and applications of the ow approach are reviewed in this article. 1