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Kl i j {update row i of C) for h:=j-l down to 1 c lh := c ih - χ b i j Jh Let us consider that matrices C and X are of size mpxnq and decompose them into pxq blocks of size mxn. Matrix A is decomposed into blocks of size mxm and matrix Β into blocks of size nxn. end {for h} end {for i) end{for j). The arithmetic cost of the algorithm is C = pi pi The variable χ depends on variables χ with ij ^ in f h>j, and on variables x f c,j with k>i, so that the elements in the same row or column must be computed sequentially.

Furthermore, we can solve the Continuous-Time Linear-Quadratic Optimal Control Problem by using a Newton-type algorithm (Kleinman, 1968 and Sandell, 1974). In each step of this algorithm we need to solve a continuoustime algebraic Lyapunov equation. SYSTOLIC ALGORITHM FOR THE TRIANGULAR SYLVESTER EQUATION TRIANGULAR FORM OF SYLVESTER EQUATION In the following we will consider the Sylvester equation (1) with triangular coefficient matrices A and B. The special structure of matrices A and Β allows us to write this equation as a linear system • η = c (a +b )x + Τ a χ + Τ L χ b υ JJ U .

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