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How to calculate the inverse of the sum of two eigen-decomposed matrices
So we only need to inverse a matrix with the size = rank($B$), right? This is a good solution. Thank you very much! |
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How to calculate the inverse of the sum of two eigen-decomposed matrices
What if $A$ or $B$ have very low rank (but do not share a large eigenspace)? Any solution for this scenario? Thanks. |
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How to calculate the inverse of the sum of two eigen-decomposed matrices
You are right. x is a given vector. U1 and U2 are the unitary matrices, while V1 and V2 are diagonal matrices, formed by the eigen-vectors of A and B respectively. |
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