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The Matrix Computation Toolbox

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11 Sep 2002 (Updated )

A collection of M-files for carrying out various numerical linear algebra tasks.

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The Matrix Computation Toolbox is a collection of MATLAB M-files containing functions for constructing test matrices, computing matrix factorizations, visualizing matrices, and carrying out direct search optimization. Various other
miscellaneous functions are also included. This toolbox supersedes the author's earlier Test Matrix Toolbox (final release 1995).

The toolbox was developed in conjunction with the book Accuracy and Stability of Numerical Algorithms (SIAM, Second edition, August 2002, xxx+680 pp.).

A demonstration of the toolbox is provided by the script mctdemo. More details on the toolbox can be found at

http://www.ma.man.ac.uk/~higham/mctoolbox

MATLAB release MATLAB 6.5 (R13)
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Comments and Ratings (21)
05 Nov 2013 ted p teng  
10 Dec 2012 Charles Nelatury  
03 Dec 2007 Michalis Neo  
29 Nov 2007 George Tapas

good job

26 Nov 2007 Evripides Karseras

As commented, excelent !

20 Nov 2007 john spy

very good job

06 Sep 2006 kiran patel  
06 Sep 2006 kiran patel  
05 Aug 2006 Tim Davis

A comment regarding Bakshi's comment (above), asking for dmperm: see the "CSparse" package, also on MATLAB Central. That package also includes various sparse factorization (LU, Cholesky, and QR). They're written in C, and not provided as M-files, however.

13 May 2006 alex orlov

exc

07 Feb 2006 Jean Kim

it's definately beneficial for a beginner to apply matlab to creat some programs!!

19 Dec 2005 Hrundi V. Bakshi

So far, I've only used the Visualization .m's. They're most useful and complement some of the features of EigTool which isn't accessible to those without Matlab.

On a purely selfish basis, I'd like to see the inclusion in the Factorizations and Decompositions .m's, the Dulmage - Mendelsohn decomposition for sparse arrays, mainly because the Matlab built-in dmperm is rather opaque and the FORTRAN 77 code on which it's based is not readily available.

Many thanks, a useful contribution.

09 Feb 2005 Bob Bedford

My rating says it all

10 Jan 2005 VVSK CHAKRAVRTHI CHAKRAVARTHI

VERY GOOD BLOCK SET

21 Jun 2004 Ashim Dhakal

more or less handy!

07 Mar 2004 omotosho oluwaseun

please i want materials on matrices,can you help me write a programme on gaussian elimination method using matlab

11 Feb 2004 Georage Bush  
20 Dec 2003 laith abdulrida

it goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood

07 Sep 2003 heine Borel  
01 May 2003 Mario Bracamonte  
17 Sep 2002  

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