Algebraic Graph Theory Seminar - Daniel Ševčovič (10.11.2023)
Friday 10.11.2023 at 13:00, Lecture room M/VIII (online too)
By: Martin Mačaj
On the Moore-Penrose pseudo-inversion of block symmetric matrices and its application in the graph theory
In this talk we analyze the Moore-Penrose pseudo-inversion of symmetric real matrices with application in the graph theory. We introduce a novel concept of positively and negatively pseudo-inverse matrices and graphs. We also give sufficient conditions on the elements of a block symmetric matrix yielding an explicit form of its Moore-Penrose pseudo-inversion. Using the explicit form of the pseudo-inverse matrix we can construct pseudo-inverse graphs for a class of graphs which are constructed from the original graph by adding pendent vertices or pendant paths. This is a joint work with Soňa Pavlíková.
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