Gradient Flow for Generalized Normal Equation with Applications to Linear Matrix Equations Draft


Solving a system of linear equations by its normal equation usually is highly unrecommended because this approach worsens the condition number and inflates the computational cost. For linear systems whose unknowns are matrices, such as the Sylvester equation, Lyapunov equation, Stein equation, and a variate of their generalizations, the formulation of the… (More)

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