# Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and ComputingScientific computing, math & more

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# What is A\A?

The answer: A\A is always I, except when it isn't.... 更多内容 >>

# CR and CAB, Rank Revealing Matrix Factorizations5

The rank of a linear transformation is a fundamental concept in linear algebra and matrix factorizations are fundamental concepts in numerical linear algebra. Gil Strang's 2020 Vision of Linear Algebra seeks to introduce these notions early in an introductory linear algebra course.... 更多内容 >>

# Holiday Greetings 2020

I want to share some colorful images featuring the seven colors in the MATLAB axes color order.... 更多内容 >>

# Quadruple Precision, 128-bit Floating Point Arithmetic9

The floating point arithmetic format that occupies 128 bits of storage is known as binary128 or quadruple precision. This blog post describes an implementation of quadruple precision programmed entirely in the MATLAB language.... 更多内容 >>

# Apologies to Gram-Schmidt

This is a follow-up to my previous follow-up, posted several days ago. A very careful reader, Bruno Bazzano, contributed a comment pointing out what he called "a small typo" in my code for the classic Gram-Schmidt algorithm. It is more than a small typo, it is a serious blunder. I must correct the code, then do more careful experiments and reword my conclusions.... 更多内容 >>

# Compare Gram-Schmidt and Householder Orthogonalization Algorithms4

This is a follow-up to my previous post. Classical Gram-Schmidt and Modified Gram-Schmidt are two algorithms for orthogonalizing a set of vectors. Householder elementary reflectors can be used for the same task. The three algorithms have very different roundoff error properties.... 更多内容 >>

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