# Conjugate Gradient Algorithm for the Symmetric Arrowhead Solution of Matrix Equation AXB=C

```@inproceedings{Wang2017ConjugateGA,
title={Conjugate Gradient Algorithm for the Symmetric Arrowhead Solution of Matrix Equation AXB=C},
author={Minghui Wang and Luping Xu and Juntao Zhang},
year={2017}
}```
• Published 2017
2 A denote the transpose, Moore-Penrose generalized inverse, Frobenius norm and Euclid norm, respectively. For any , m n A B  R ,   , 0 T A B trace B A   denotes the inner product of A and B . Therefore, m n R  is a complete inner product space endowed with 2 , A A A  . For any non-zero matrices 1 2 , , , m n k A A A  R  , if  , T j i i A A trace A     0 j A i j   , then it is easy to verify that 1 2 , , , k A A A  are linearly independent and orthogonal. Proposition 1. Let… CONTINUE READING

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