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Arnoldi(x0 , b, A, k, V ) 1. Deﬁne r0 = b − Ax0 and v1 = r0 / r0 2 . 2. For i = 1, . . , k − 1 vi+1 = Avi − Avi − i T j=1 ((Avi ) vj )vj i T j=1 ((Avi ) vj )vj 2 If there is never a division by zero in step 2 of Algorithm arnoldi, then the columns of the matrix Vk are an orthonormal basis for Kk . A division by zero is referred to as breakdown and happens only if the solution to Ax = b is in x0 + Kk−1 . html. Copyright ©1995 by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. This electronic version is for personal use and may not be duplicated or distributed.

In the remainder of this section we must use complex arithmetic to analyze the convergence. Hence we will switch to complex matrices and vectors. Recall that the scalar product in C N , the space of complex N -vectors, is xH y. In particular, we will use the l2 norm in C N . Our use of complex arithmetic will be implicit for the most part and is needed only so that we may admit the possibility of complex eigenvalues of A. We can use the structure of a diagonalizable matrix to prove the following result.

16) where Kk = span(ˆ r0 , AT rˆ0 , . . , (AT )k−1 rˆ0 ) is the Krylov space for AT and the vector rˆ0 . rˆ0 is a user-supplied vector and is often set to r0 . The algorithm gets its name because it produces sequences of residuals {rk }, {ˆ rk } and search directions {pk }, {ˆ pk } such that bi-orthogonality holds, i. e. rˆkT rl = 0 if k = l and the search directions {pk } and {ˆ pk } satisfy the bi-conjugacy property pˆTk Apl = 0 if k = l. 2) for CG [89]. Using the notation of Chapter 2 and [191] we give an implementation of BiCG making the choice rˆ0 = r0 .