July 2009
Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics;2009, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p221
Academic Journal
Real positive definite Hankel matrices arise in many important applications. They have spectral condition numbers which exponentially increase with their orders. We give a structural algorithm for finding positive definite Hankel matrices using the Cholesky factorization, compute it for orders less than or equal to 30, and compare our result with earlier results.


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