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*To*: eigen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx*Subject*: Re: [eigen] Eigenvalues of (lower) Hessenberg matrix*From*: Ian Bell <ian.h.bell@xxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Tue, 4 Apr 2017 16:07:21 -0600*Dkim-signature*: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=gmail.com; s=20161025; h=mime-version:in-reply-to:references:from:date:message-id:subject:to; bh=TUD0GDaAIb2IWq0SbhLANB4tlD2btIf/z8F5KdDUtOw=; b=HaPTGBVuSFVDqe0P7uDtS4A0ewXTTb3idTCOX6X2ZDkFGU8fXrttYz0ofKzH9tof/U aj0W4tHoansrsv3/H4A8Syw/TbWj1V3sdstgWbjcvUuHqwELyf4882qa3uiq5kSy5S3f Y2VNylccxNn+CGGD8WRwgN6yCqFoejGbCxaPuYODs9X7xCPEU0ltEdWnnZBmm+YXtEy+ cGfIcNj3MI1Yhy6wE1HBsIBxWbYvOctJ0XOZZfj+5Ndqm3IZG9lq2CSH4iXU7SPre2yV HgYLN0nhWpxx7SQ++5x4dk3OYWCuEmPwvI7GuVklCzf0JO2TLjHcV4PsteoaWy6G8TN1 EfnQ==

Yixuan,

That's certainly much better - on par at these sizes now with the naive eigenvalues() function in Eigen. I guess if you are focused on larger matrices (as most people seem to be), my matrices are rather tiny, and perhaps, less interesting.

For sure I took many replicates - the timings were actually carried out in a python library built with pybind11 on top of your code, Eigen, and some of my own code. The library is actually for working with Chebyshev expansions of continuous functions and doing rootfinding with them. I'm relatively familiar with the pitfalls of profiling, so I think this is a pretty fair test.That's certainly much better - on par at these sizes now with the naive eigenvalues() function in Eigen. I guess if you are focused on larger matrices (as most people seem to be), my matrices are rather tiny, and perhaps, less interesting.

Ian

On Tue, Apr 4, 2017 at 2:47 PM, Yixuan Qiu <yixuanq@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

YixuanHi Ian,Given that your matrices are at very small scale, I don't expect my class will have visible improvement. Actually you found it to be slower, which I think may be due to several reasons:1. My class does some basic scaling of matrix before factorization.2. Did you select "computeEigenvectors = false" in EigenSolver? My class assumes computing eigenvectors, so some calculations are unneeded in your case. You can try the reduced version attached.3. Did you randomize the order of execution? Did you have enough replications of experiment? Was the difference statistically significant relative to the standard error? Personally I don't fully trust benchmark results measured by elapsed time at the scale of microseconds. I would recommend Callgrind as the profiler for such tasks.Hope this helps.Best,2017-04-04 15:40 GMT-04:00 Ian Bell <ian.h.bell@xxxxxxxxx>:Sadly, it seems to be consistently slower than the naive eigenvalues method of the MatrixXd class (see attached). Any idea why? Have you done any performance benchmarking with the UpperHessenberg code?On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 8:16 PM, Ian Bell <ian.h.bell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Amazing! I'll try that tomorrow at work. From your testing, how long approximately would it take to find the eigenvalues of a 10x10 Hessenberg matrix?On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 8:00 PM, Yixuan Qiu <yixuanq@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:YixuanBest,Eigen implements the upper Hessenberg eigen solver internally in the EigenSolver class.

I have extracted the relevant code and created an independent class in my Spectra library, so probably this is what you want: https://github.com/yixuan/spectra/blob/master/include/LinAlg /UpperHessenbergEigen.h You can drop the namespace declaration if you want.The usage of this class is similar to other eigen solvers in Eigen: https://github..com/yixuan/spectra/blob/master/test/Eigen.cpp #L27-L29 2017-04-03 20:59 GMT-04:00 Ian Bell <ian.h.bell@xxxxxxxxx>:I have a matrix, that by its construction is known to be Hessenberg (rigorously, lower Hessenberg, but it doesn't matter because the transpose of a matrix has the same eigenvalues as the original matrix and all I care about is eigenvalues). Is there any magic trick in Eigen that allows for more efficient evaluation of eigenvalues? The standard method eigenvalues() doesn't seem to do anything too smart about checking for the Hessenberg-ness of the matrix. Lapack has the function dhseqr, is there anything similar in Eigen?Ian

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