Yimin Wei

  • This book addresses selected topics in the theory of generalized inverses. Following a discussion of the "reverse order law" problem and certain problems involving completions of operator matrices, it subsequently presents a specific approach to solving the problem of the reverse order law for {1} -generalized inverses.Particular emphasis is placed on the existence of Drazin invertible completions of an upper triangular operator matrix; on the invertibility and different types of generalized invertibility of a linear combination of operators on Hilbert spaces and Banach algebra elements; on the problem of finding representations of the Drazin inverse of a 2x2 block matrix; and on selected additive results and algebraic properties for the Drazin inverse. In addition to the clarity of its content, the book discusses the relevant open problems for each topic discussed. Comments on the latest references on generalized inverses are also included. Accordingly, the book will be useful for graduate students, PhD students and researchers, but also for a broader readership interested in these topics.

  • This book begins with the fundamentals of the generalized inverses, then moves to more advanced topics.It presents a theoretical study of the generalization of Cramer's rule, determinant representations of the generalized inverses, reverse order law of the generalized inverses of a matrix product, structures of the generalized inverses of structured matrices, parallel computation of the generalized inverses, perturbation analysis of the generalized inverses, an algorithmic study of the computational methods for the full-rank factorization of a generalized inverse, generalized singular value decomposition, imbedding method, finite method, generalized inverses of polynomial matrices, and generalized inverses of linear operators. This book is intended for researchers, postdocs, and graduate students in the area of the generalized inverses with an undergraduate-level understanding of linear algebra.

  • The book provides an introduction of very recent results about the tensors and mainly focuses on the authors' work and perspective. A systematic description about how to extend the numerical linear algebra to the numerical multi-linear algebra is also delivered in this book. The authors design the neural network model for the computation of the rank-one approximation of real tensors, a normalization algorithm to convert some nonnegative tensors to plane stochastic tensors and a probabilistic algorithm for locating a positive diagonal in a nonnegative tensors, adaptive randomized algorithms for computing the approximate tensor decompositions, and the QR type method for computing U-eigenpairs of complex tensors.
    This book could be used for the Graduate course, such as Introduction to Tensor. Researchers may also find it helpful as a reference in tensor research.

  • This book addresses recent developments in sign patterns for generalized inverses. The fundamental importance of the fields is obvious, since they are related with qualitative analysis of linear systems and combinatorial matrix theory. The book provides both introductory materials and discussions to the areas in sign patterns for Moore-Penrose inverse, Drazin inverse and tensors. It is intended to convey results to the senior students and readers in pure and applied linear algebra, and combinatorial matrix theory. Changjiang BU is a Professor at the College of Mathematical Sciences, Harbin Engineering University, who works on the graph theory and generalized inverses. He is the author of more than 100 papers in the international journals and one monograph. Lizhu SUN is an Associate Professor at the College of Mathematical Sciences, Harbin Engineering University, who works on the graph theory and multilinear algebra. She is the author of 25 research papers. Yimin WEI is a Professor at the School of Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University, who works on the numerical linear algebra and multilinear algebra. He is the author of more than 150 papers in the international journals and six monographs published by Science Press, Elsevier, Springer and World Scientific., etc.

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