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- D. Steven Mackey, Niloufer Mackey, Christian Mehl, Volker Mehrmann
- SIAM J. Matrix Analysis Applications
- 2006

Many applications give rise to nonlinear eigenvalue problems with an underlying structured matrix polynomial. In this paper several useful classes of structured polynomial (e.g., palindromic, even, odd) are identified and the relationships between them explored. A special class of linearizations that reflect the structure of these polynomials, and therefore… (More)

We describe canonical forms for elements of a classical Lie group of matrices under similarity transformations in the group. Matrices in the associated Lie algebra and Jordan algebra of matrices inherit related forms under these similarity transformations. In general, one cannot achieve diagonal or Schur form, but the form that can be achieved displays the… (More)

- Christian Mehl
- SIAM J. Matrix Analysis Applications
- 2000

Abstract In this paper we consider real or complex skew-Hamiltonian/Hamiltonian pencils λS −H, i.e., pencils where S is a skew-Hamiltonian and H is a Hamiltonian matrix. These pencils occur for example in the theory of continuous time, linear quadratic optimal control problems. We reduce these pencils to canonical and Schur-type forms under… (More)

Vibration Analysis of Rails Excited by High-Speed Trains. This was the topic of talks by Volker Mehrmann and Christian Mehl from the Technical University of Berlin. In collaboration with the company SFE they study the resonances when rail tracks are excited by high speed trains, the goal being to reduce noise and vibrations in the trains. The new ICE trains… (More)

- Nicholas J. Higham, Christian Mehl, Françoise Tisseur
- SIAM J. Matrix Analysis Applications
- 2010

The polar decomposition of a square matrix has been generalized by several authors to scalar products on Rn or Cn given by a bilinear or sesquilinear form. Previous work has focused mainly on the case of square matrices, sometimes with the assumption of a Hermitian scalar product. We introduce the canonical generalized polar decomposition A = WS, defined… (More)

- Christian Mehl, Matthias Kern, Sandra Freitag-Wolf, Mona Wolfart, Simone Brunzel, Stefan Wolfart
- The International journal of prosthodontics
- 2009

PURPOSE
The aim of this study was to evaluate whether there is a need to develop a new questionnaire measuring dental appearance or if this is already covered by the Oral Health Impact Profile (OHIP-49).
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Based on internationally accepted guidelines about dental esthetics, a questionnaire was developed to measure dental appearance… (More)

It is shown that, for any given polynomially normal matrix with respect to an indefinite inner product, a nonnegative (with respect to the indefinite inner product) invariant subspace always admits an extension to an invariant maximal nonnegative subspace. Such an extension property is known to hold true for general normal matrices if the nonnegative… (More)

- D. Steven Mackey, Niloufer Mackey, Christian Mehl, Volker Mehrmann
- Numerical Lin. Alg. with Applic.
- 2009

We present structure-preserving numerical methods for the eigenvalue problem of complex palindromic pencils. Such problems arise in control theory, as well as from palindromic linearizations of higher degree palindromic matrix polynomials. A key ingredient of these methods is the development of an appropriate condensed form — the anti-triangular Schur form.… (More)

Many applications give rise to matrix polynomials whose coefficients have a kind of reversal symmetry, a structure we call palindromic. Several properties of scalar palindromic polynomials are derived, and together with properties of compound matrices, used to establish the Smith form of regular and singular T -palindromic matrix polynomials over arbitrary… (More)

Alternating matrix polynomials, that is, polynomials whose coefficients alternate between symmetric and skew-symmetric matrices, generalize the notions of even and odd scalar polynomials. We investigate the Smith forms of alternating matrix polynomials, showing that each invariant factor is an even or odd scalar polynomial. Necessary and sufficient… (More)