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Books by Gene Golub
No notes for slide. Milestones in matrix computation the selected works of gene h golub with commentaries 1. Golub with commentaries 2. The text presents and discusses some of the most influential papers in Matrix Computation authored by Gene H.
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Golub, one of the founding fathers of the field. The collection of 21 papers in divided into five main areas: iterative methods for linear systems, solution of least squares problems, matrix factorizations and applications, orthogonal polynomials and quadrature, and eigenvalue problems an commentaries for each area are provided by leading experts: Anne Greenbaum, Ake Bjorkc, Nicholas Higham, Walter Gautschi, and G.
W Pete Stewart. Comments on each paper are also provided by the original authors, providing the reader with historical information on how the paper came to be written and under what circumstances the collaboration was undertaken.
He advised more than thirty doctoral students, many of whom have themselves achieved distinction. One of his best-known books is Matrix Computations ,  co-authored with Charles F. Van Loan. He was a major contributor to algorithms for matrix decompositions.
In particular he published an algorithm together with William Kahan in that made the computation of the singular value decomposition SVD feasible and that is still used today. Golub was awarded the B.
He is listed as an ISI highly cited researcher. The bulk of Gene Golub's research work was collaborative.
He had at least distinct co-authors  and the number may still increase as co-authored papers keep appearing posthumously. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gene H. Chicago , Illinois. Stanford, California.