The economical storage of plane rotations
Plane rotations, which have long been used in matrix computations to annihilate selected elements of a matrix, have the drawback that their definition requires two numbers. In this note it is shown how this information may be stably compacted into a single number.
KeywordsMathematical Method Matrix Computation Single Number Plane Rotation Selected Element
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