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Complex moment-based method with nonlinear transformation for computing large and sparse interior singular triplets

by   Akira Imakura, et al.

This paper considers computing interior singular triplets corresponding to the singular values in some interval. Based on the concept of the complex moment-based parallel eigensolvers, in this paper, we propose a novel complex moment-based method with a nonlinear transformation. We also analyse the error bounds of the proposed method and provide some practical techniques. Numerical experiments indicate that the proposed complex moment-based method with the nonlinear transformation computes accurate singular triplets for both exterior and interior problems within small computation time compared with existing methods.


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