 LAPACK  3.4.2 LAPACK: Linear Algebra PACKage
Other Auxiliary Routines
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## Functions/Subroutines

DOUBLE PRECISION function dlamch (CMACH)
DLAMCH
DOUBLE PRECISION function dlamc3 (A, B)
DLAMC3
subroutine dlamc1 (BETA, T, RND, IEEE1)
DLAMC1
subroutine dlamc2 (BETA, T, RND, EPS, EMIN, RMIN, EMAX, RMAX)
DLAMC2
program __dlamchtst.f__
DLAMCHTST
DOUBLE PRECISION function dsecnd ()
DSECND Using ETIME
program __dsecndtst.f__
DSECNDTST
subroutine ilaver (VERS_MAJOR, VERS_MINOR, VERS_PATCH)
ILAVER returns the LAPACK version.
program __lapack_version.f__
LAPACK_VERSION
LOGICAL function lsame (CA, CB)
LSAME
program __lsametst.f__
LSAMETST
REAL function second ()
SECOND Using ETIME
REAL function slamch (CMACH)
SLAMCH
REAL function slamc3 (A, B)
SLAMC3
subroutine slamc1 (BETA, T, RND, IEEE1)
SLAMC1
subroutine slamc2 (BETA, T, RND, EPS, EMIN, RMIN, EMAX, RMAX)
SLAMC2
program tstiee
TSTIEE
LOGICAL function disnan (DIN)
DISNAN tests input for NaN.
subroutine dlacpy (UPLO, M, N, A, LDA, B, LDB)
DLACPY copies all or part of one two-dimensional array to another.
subroutine dladiv (A, B, C, D, P, Q)
DLADIV performs complex division in real arithmetic, avoiding unnecessary overflow.
subroutine dlae2 (A, B, C, RT1, RT2)
DLAE2 computes the eigenvalues of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix.
subroutine dlaebz (IJOB, NITMAX, N, MMAX, MINP, NBMIN, ABSTOL, RELTOL, PIVMIN, D, E, E2, NVAL, AB, C, MOUT, NAB, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
DLAEBZ computes the number of eigenvalues of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix which are less than or equal to a given value, and performs other tasks required by the routine sstebz.
subroutine dlaev2 (A, B, C, RT1, RT2, CS1, SN1)
DLAEV2 computes the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a 2-by-2 symmetric/Hermitian matrix.
subroutine dlagts (JOB, N, A, B, C, D, IN, Y, TOL, INFO)
DLAGTS solves the system of equations (T-λI)x = y or (T-λI)Tx = y,where T is a general tridiagonal matrix and λ a scalar, using the LU factorization computed by slagtf.
LOGICAL function dlaisnan (DIN1, DIN2)
DLAISNAN tests input for NaN by comparing two arguments for inequality.
INTEGER function dlaneg (N, D, LLD, SIGMA, PIVMIN, R)
DLANEG computes the Sturm count.
DOUBLE PRECISION function dlanst (NORM, N, D, E)
DLANST returns the value of the 1-norm, or the Frobenius norm, or the infinity norm, or the element of largest absolute value of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix.
DOUBLE PRECISION function dlapy2 (X, Y)
DLAPY2 returns sqrt(x2+y2).
DOUBLE PRECISION function dlapy3 (X, Y, Z)
DLAPY3 returns sqrt(x2+y2+z2).
subroutine dlarnv (IDIST, ISEED, N, X)
DLARNV returns a vector of random numbers from a uniform or normal distribution.
subroutine dlarra (N, D, E, E2, SPLTOL, TNRM, NSPLIT, ISPLIT, INFO)
DLARRA computes the splitting points with the specified threshold.
subroutine dlarrb (N, D, LLD, IFIRST, ILAST, RTOL1, RTOL2, OFFSET, W, WGAP, WERR, WORK, IWORK, PIVMIN, SPDIAM, TWIST, INFO)
DLARRB provides limited bisection to locate eigenvalues for more accuracy.
subroutine dlarrc (JOBT, N, VL, VU, D, E, PIVMIN, EIGCNT, LCNT, RCNT, INFO)
DLARRC computes the number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix.
subroutine dlarrd (RANGE, ORDER, N, VL, VU, IL, IU, GERS, RELTOL, D, E, E2, PIVMIN, NSPLIT, ISPLIT, M, W, WERR, WL, WU, IBLOCK, INDEXW, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
DLARRD computes the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix to suitable accuracy.
subroutine dlarre (RANGE, N, VL, VU, IL, IU, D, E, E2, RTOL1, RTOL2, SPLTOL, NSPLIT, ISPLIT, M, W, WERR, WGAP, IBLOCK, INDEXW, GERS, PIVMIN, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
DLARRE given the tridiagonal matrix T, sets small off-diagonal elements to zero and for each unreduced block Ti, finds base representations and eigenvalues.
subroutine dlarrf (N, D, L, LD, CLSTRT, CLEND, W, WGAP, WERR, SPDIAM, CLGAPL, CLGAPR, PIVMIN, SIGMA, DPLUS, LPLUS, WORK, INFO)
DLARRF finds a new relatively robust representation such that at least one of the eigenvalues is relatively isolated.
subroutine dlarrj (N, D, E2, IFIRST, ILAST, RTOL, OFFSET, W, WERR, WORK, IWORK, PIVMIN, SPDIAM, INFO)
DLARRJ performs refinement of the initial estimates of the eigenvalues of the matrix T.
subroutine dlarrk (N, IW, GL, GU, D, E2, PIVMIN, RELTOL, W, WERR, INFO)
DLARRK computes one eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix T to suitable accuracy.
subroutine dlarrr (N, D, E, INFO)
DLARRR performs tests to decide whether the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T warrants expensive computations which guarantee high relative accuracy in the eigenvalues.
subroutine dlartg (F, G, CS, SN, R)
DLARTG generates a plane rotation with real cosine and real sine.
subroutine dlartgp (F, G, CS, SN, R)
DLARTGP generates a plane rotation so that the diagonal is nonnegative.
subroutine dlaruv (ISEED, N, X)
DLARUV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform distribution.
subroutine dlas2 (F, G, H, SSMIN, SSMAX)
DLAS2 computes singular values of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.
subroutine dlascl (TYPE, KL, KU, CFROM, CTO, M, N, A, LDA, INFO)
DLASCL multiplies a general rectangular matrix by a real scalar defined as cto/cfrom.
subroutine dlasd0 (N, SQRE, D, E, U, LDU, VT, LDVT, SMLSIZ, IWORK, WORK, INFO)
DLASD0 computes the singular values of a real upper bidiagonal n-by-m matrix B with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd1 (NL, NR, SQRE, D, ALPHA, BETA, U, LDU, VT, LDVT, IDXQ, IWORK, WORK, INFO)
DLASD1 computes the SVD of an upper bidiagonal matrix B of the specified size. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd2 (NL, NR, SQRE, K, D, Z, ALPHA, BETA, U, LDU, VT, LDVT, DSIGMA, U2, LDU2, VT2, LDVT2, IDXP, IDX, IDXC, IDXQ, COLTYP, INFO)
DLASD2 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd3 (NL, NR, SQRE, K, D, Q, LDQ, DSIGMA, U, LDU, U2, LDU2, VT, LDVT, VT2, LDVT2, IDXC, CTOT, Z, INFO)
DLASD3 finds all square roots of the roots of the secular equation, as defined by the values in D and Z, and then updates the singular vectors by matrix multiplication. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd4 (N, I, D, Z, DELTA, RHO, SIGMA, WORK, INFO)
DLASD4 computes the square root of the i-th updated eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification to a positive diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd5 (I, D, Z, DELTA, RHO, DSIGMA, WORK)
DLASD5 computes the square root of the i-th eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification of a 2-by-2 diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd6 (ICOMPQ, NL, NR, SQRE, D, VF, VL, ALPHA, BETA, IDXQ, PERM, GIVPTR, GIVCOL, LDGCOL, GIVNUM, LDGNUM, POLES, DIFL, DIFR, Z, K, C, S, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
DLASD6 computes the SVD of an updated upper bidiagonal matrix obtained by merging two smaller ones by appending a row. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd7 (ICOMPQ, NL, NR, SQRE, K, D, Z, ZW, VF, VFW, VL, VLW, ALPHA, BETA, DSIGMA, IDX, IDXP, IDXQ, PERM, GIVPTR, GIVCOL, LDGCOL, GIVNUM, LDGNUM, C, S, INFO)
DLASD7 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasd8 (ICOMPQ, K, D, Z, VF, VL, DIFL, DIFR, LDDIFR, DSIGMA, WORK, INFO)
DLASD8 finds the square roots of the roots of the secular equation, and stores, for each element in D, the distance to its two nearest poles. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasda (ICOMPQ, SMLSIZ, N, SQRE, D, E, U, LDU, VT, K, DIFL, DIFR, Z, POLES, GIVPTR, GIVCOL, LDGCOL, PERM, GIVNUM, C, S, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
DLASDA computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasdq (UPLO, SQRE, N, NCVT, NRU, NCC, D, E, VT, LDVT, U, LDU, C, LDC, WORK, INFO)
DLASDQ computes the SVD of a real bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlasdt (N, LVL, ND, INODE, NDIML, NDIMR, MSUB)
DLASDT creates a tree of subproblems for bidiagonal divide and conquer. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine dlaset (UPLO, M, N, ALPHA, BETA, A, LDA)
DLASET initializes the off-diagonal elements and the diagonal elements of a matrix to given values.
subroutine dlasr (SIDE, PIVOT, DIRECT, M, N, C, S, A, LDA)
DLASR applies a sequence of plane rotations to a general rectangular matrix.
subroutine dlassq (N, X, INCX, SCALE, SUMSQ)
DLASSQ updates a sum of squares represented in scaled form.
subroutine dlasv2 (F, G, H, SSMIN, SSMAX, SNR, CSR, SNL, CSL)
DLASV2 computes the singular value decomposition of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.
INTEGER function ieeeck (ISPEC, ZERO, ONE)
IEEECK
INTEGER function iladlc (M, N, A, LDA)
ILADLC scans a matrix for its last non-zero column.
INTEGER function iladlr (M, N, A, LDA)
ILADLR scans a matrix for its last non-zero row.
INTEGER function ilaenv (ISPEC, NAME, OPTS, N1, N2, N3, N4)
ILAENV
INTEGER function iparmq (ISPEC, NAME, OPTS, N, ILO, IHI, LWORK)
IPARMQ
LOGICAL function lsamen (N, CA, CB)
LSAMEN
LOGICAL function sisnan (SIN)
SISNAN tests input for NaN.
subroutine slacpy (UPLO, M, N, A, LDA, B, LDB)
SLACPY copies all or part of one two-dimensional array to another.
subroutine sladiv (A, B, C, D, P, Q)
SLADIV performs complex division in real arithmetic, avoiding unnecessary overflow.
subroutine slae2 (A, B, C, RT1, RT2)
SLAE2 computes the eigenvalues of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix.
subroutine slaebz (IJOB, NITMAX, N, MMAX, MINP, NBMIN, ABSTOL, RELTOL, PIVMIN, D, E, E2, NVAL, AB, C, MOUT, NAB, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
SLAEBZ computes the number of eigenvalues of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix which are less than or equal to a given value, and performs other tasks required by the routine sstebz.
subroutine slaev2 (A, B, C, RT1, RT2, CS1, SN1)
SLAEV2 computes the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a 2-by-2 symmetric/Hermitian matrix.
subroutine slag2d (M, N, SA, LDSA, A, LDA, INFO)
SLAG2D converts a single precision matrix to a double precision matrix.
subroutine slagts (JOB, N, A, B, C, D, IN, Y, TOL, INFO)
SLAGTS solves the system of equations (T-λI)x = y or (T-λI)Tx = y,where T is a general tridiagonal matrix and λ a scalar, using the LU factorization computed by slagtf.
LOGICAL function slaisnan (SIN1, SIN2)
SLAISNAN tests input for NaN by comparing two arguments for inequality.
INTEGER function slaneg (N, D, LLD, SIGMA, PIVMIN, R)
SLANEG computes the Sturm count.
REAL function slanst (NORM, N, D, E)
SLANST returns the value of the 1-norm, or the Frobenius norm, or the infinity norm, or the element of largest absolute value of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix.
REAL function slapy2 (X, Y)
SLAPY2 returns sqrt(x2+y2).
REAL function slapy3 (X, Y, Z)
SLAPY3 returns sqrt(x2+y2+z2).
subroutine slarnv (IDIST, ISEED, N, X)
SLARNV returns a vector of random numbers from a uniform or normal distribution.
subroutine slarra (N, D, E, E2, SPLTOL, TNRM, NSPLIT, ISPLIT, INFO)
SLARRA computes the splitting points with the specified threshold.
subroutine slarrb (N, D, LLD, IFIRST, ILAST, RTOL1, RTOL2, OFFSET, W, WGAP, WERR, WORK, IWORK, PIVMIN, SPDIAM, TWIST, INFO)
SLARRB provides limited bisection to locate eigenvalues for more accuracy.
subroutine slarrc (JOBT, N, VL, VU, D, E, PIVMIN, EIGCNT, LCNT, RCNT, INFO)
SLARRC computes the number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix.
subroutine slarrd (RANGE, ORDER, N, VL, VU, IL, IU, GERS, RELTOL, D, E, E2, PIVMIN, NSPLIT, ISPLIT, M, W, WERR, WL, WU, IBLOCK, INDEXW, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
SLARRD computes the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix to suitable accuracy.
subroutine slarre (RANGE, N, VL, VU, IL, IU, D, E, E2, RTOL1, RTOL2, SPLTOL, NSPLIT, ISPLIT, M, W, WERR, WGAP, IBLOCK, INDEXW, GERS, PIVMIN, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
SLARRE given the tridiagonal matrix T, sets small off-diagonal elements to zero and for each unreduced block Ti, finds base representations and eigenvalues.
subroutine slarrf (N, D, L, LD, CLSTRT, CLEND, W, WGAP, WERR, SPDIAM, CLGAPL, CLGAPR, PIVMIN, SIGMA, DPLUS, LPLUS, WORK, INFO)
SLARRF finds a new relatively robust representation such that at least one of the eigenvalues is relatively isolated.
subroutine slarrj (N, D, E2, IFIRST, ILAST, RTOL, OFFSET, W, WERR, WORK, IWORK, PIVMIN, SPDIAM, INFO)
SLARRJ performs refinement of the initial estimates of the eigenvalues of the matrix T.
subroutine slarrk (N, IW, GL, GU, D, E2, PIVMIN, RELTOL, W, WERR, INFO)
SLARRK computes one eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix T to suitable accuracy.
subroutine slarrr (N, D, E, INFO)
SLARRR performs tests to decide whether the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T warrants expensive computations which guarantee high relative accuracy in the eigenvalues.
subroutine slartg (F, G, CS, SN, R)
SLARTG generates a plane rotation with real cosine and real sine.
subroutine slartgp (F, G, CS, SN, R)
SLARTGP generates a plane rotation so that the diagonal is nonnegative.
subroutine slaruv (ISEED, N, X)
SLARUV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform distribution.
subroutine slas2 (F, G, H, SSMIN, SSMAX)
SLAS2 computes singular values of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.
subroutine slascl (TYPE, KL, KU, CFROM, CTO, M, N, A, LDA, INFO)
SLASCL multiplies a general rectangular matrix by a real scalar defined as cto/cfrom.
subroutine slasd0 (N, SQRE, D, E, U, LDU, VT, LDVT, SMLSIZ, IWORK, WORK, INFO)
SLASD0 computes the singular values of a real upper bidiagonal n-by-m matrix B with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd1 (NL, NR, SQRE, D, ALPHA, BETA, U, LDU, VT, LDVT, IDXQ, IWORK, WORK, INFO)
SLASD1 computes the SVD of an upper bidiagonal matrix B of the specified size. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd2 (NL, NR, SQRE, K, D, Z, ALPHA, BETA, U, LDU, VT, LDVT, DSIGMA, U2, LDU2, VT2, LDVT2, IDXP, IDX, IDXC, IDXQ, COLTYP, INFO)
SLASD2 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd3 (NL, NR, SQRE, K, D, Q, LDQ, DSIGMA, U, LDU, U2, LDU2, VT, LDVT, VT2, LDVT2, IDXC, CTOT, Z, INFO)
SLASD3 finds all square roots of the roots of the secular equation, as defined by the values in D and Z, and then updates the singular vectors by matrix multiplication. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd4 (N, I, D, Z, DELTA, RHO, SIGMA, WORK, INFO)
SLASD4 computes the square root of the i-th updated eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification to a positive diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd5 (I, D, Z, DELTA, RHO, DSIGMA, WORK)
SLASD5 computes the square root of the i-th eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification of a 2-by-2 diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd6 (ICOMPQ, NL, NR, SQRE, D, VF, VL, ALPHA, BETA, IDXQ, PERM, GIVPTR, GIVCOL, LDGCOL, GIVNUM, LDGNUM, POLES, DIFL, DIFR, Z, K, C, S, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
SLASD6 computes the SVD of an updated upper bidiagonal matrix obtained by merging two smaller ones by appending a row. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd7 (ICOMPQ, NL, NR, SQRE, K, D, Z, ZW, VF, VFW, VL, VLW, ALPHA, BETA, DSIGMA, IDX, IDXP, IDXQ, PERM, GIVPTR, GIVCOL, LDGCOL, GIVNUM, LDGNUM, C, S, INFO)
SLASD7 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasd8 (ICOMPQ, K, D, Z, VF, VL, DIFL, DIFR, LDDIFR, DSIGMA, WORK, INFO)
SLASD8 finds the square roots of the roots of the secular equation, and stores, for each element in D, the distance to its two nearest poles. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasda (ICOMPQ, SMLSIZ, N, SQRE, D, E, U, LDU, VT, K, DIFL, DIFR, Z, POLES, GIVPTR, GIVCOL, LDGCOL, PERM, GIVNUM, C, S, WORK, IWORK, INFO)
SLASDA computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasdq (UPLO, SQRE, N, NCVT, NRU, NCC, D, E, VT, LDVT, U, LDU, C, LDC, WORK, INFO)
SLASDQ computes the SVD of a real bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slasdt (N, LVL, ND, INODE, NDIML, NDIMR, MSUB)
SLASDT creates a tree of subproblems for bidiagonal divide and conquer. Used by sbdsdc.
subroutine slaset (UPLO, M, N, ALPHA, BETA, A, LDA)
SLASET initializes the off-diagonal elements and the diagonal elements of a matrix to given values.
subroutine slasr (SIDE, PIVOT, DIRECT, M, N, C, S, A, LDA)
SLASR applies a sequence of plane rotations to a general rectangular matrix.
subroutine slassq (N, X, INCX, SCALE, SUMSQ)
SLASSQ updates a sum of squares represented in scaled form.
subroutine slasv2 (F, G, H, SSMIN, SSMAX, SNR, CSR, SNL, CSL)
SLASV2 computes the singular value decomposition of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.
subroutine xerbla (SRNAME, INFO)
XERBLA
subroutine xerbla_array (SRNAME_ARRAY, SRNAME_LEN, INFO)
XERBLA_ARRAY

## Detailed Description

This is the group of Other Auxiliary routines

## Function/Subroutine Documentation

 program __dlamchtst.f__ ( )

DLAMCHTST

Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 35 of file dlamchtst.f.

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 program __dsecndtst.f__ ( )

DSECNDTST

Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 37 of file dsecndtst.f.

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 program __lapack_version.f__ ( )

LAPACK_VERSION

Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 32 of file LAPACK_version.f.

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 program __lsametst.f__ ( )

LSAMETST

Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 36 of file lsametst.f.

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 LOGICAL function disnan ( double precision DIN )

DISNAN tests input for NaN.

Purpose:
``` DISNAN returns .TRUE. if its argument is NaN, and .FALSE.
otherwise.  To be replaced by the Fortran 2003 intrinsic in the
future.```
Parameters:
 [in] DIN ``` DIN is DOUBLE PRECISION Input to test for NaN.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 60 of file disnan.f.

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 subroutine dlabad ( double precision SMALL, double precision LARGE )

Purpose:
``` DLABAD takes as input the values computed by DLAMCH for underflow and
overflow, and returns the square root of each of these values if the
log of LARGE is sufficiently large.  This subroutine is intended to
identify machines with a large exponent range, such as the Crays, and
redefine the underflow and overflow limits to be the square roots of
the values computed by DLAMCH.  This subroutine is needed because
DLAMCH does not compensate for poor arithmetic in the upper half of
the exponent range, as is found on a Cray.```
Parameters:
 [in,out] SMALL ``` SMALL is DOUBLE PRECISION On entry, the underflow threshold as computed by DLAMCH. On exit, if LOG10(LARGE) is sufficiently large, the square root of SMALL, otherwise unchanged.``` [in,out] LARGE ``` LARGE is DOUBLE PRECISION On entry, the overflow threshold as computed by DLAMCH. On exit, if LOG10(LARGE) is sufficiently large, the square root of LARGE, otherwise unchanged.```
Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 75 of file dlabad.f.

 subroutine dlacpy ( character UPLO, integer M, integer N, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA, double precision, dimension( ldb, * ) B, integer LDB )

DLACPY copies all or part of one two-dimensional array to another.

Purpose:
``` DLACPY copies all or part of a two-dimensional matrix A to another
matrix B.```
Parameters:
 [in] UPLO ``` UPLO is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the part of the matrix A to be copied to B. = 'U': Upper triangular part = 'L': Lower triangular part Otherwise: All of the matrix A``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) The m by n matrix A. If UPLO = 'U', only the upper triangle or trapezoid is accessed; if UPLO = 'L', only the lower triangle or trapezoid is accessed.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).``` [out] B ``` B is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDB,N) On exit, B = A in the locations specified by UPLO.``` [in] LDB ``` LDB is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array B. LDB >= max(1,M).```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 104 of file dlacpy.f.

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 subroutine dladiv ( double precision A, double precision B, double precision C, double precision D, double precision P, double precision Q )

DLADIV performs complex division in real arithmetic, avoiding unnecessary overflow.

Purpose:
``` DLADIV performs complex division in  real arithmetic

a + i*b
p + i*q = ---------
c + i*d

The algorithm is due to Robert L. Smith and can be found
in D. Knuth, The art of Computer Programming, Vol.2, p.195```
Parameters:
 [in] A ` A is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] B ` B is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] C ` C is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION The scalars a, b, c, and d in the above expression.``` [out] P ` P is DOUBLE PRECISION` [out] Q ``` Q is DOUBLE PRECISION The scalars p and q in the above expression.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 91 of file dladiv.f.

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 subroutine dlae2 ( double precision A, double precision B, double precision C, double precision RT1, double precision RT2 )

DLAE2 computes the eigenvalues of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix.

Purpose:
``` DLAE2  computes the eigenvalues of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix
[  A   B  ]
[  B   C  ].
On return, RT1 is the eigenvalue of larger absolute value, and RT2
is the eigenvalue of smaller absolute value.```
Parameters:
 [in] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] B ``` B is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,2) and (2,1) elements of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] RT1 ``` RT1 is DOUBLE PRECISION The eigenvalue of larger absolute value.``` [out] RT2 ``` RT2 is DOUBLE PRECISION The eigenvalue of smaller absolute value.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  RT1 is accurate to a few ulps barring over/underflow.

RT2 may be inaccurate if there is massive cancellation in the
determinant A*C-B*B; higher precision or correctly rounded or
correctly truncated arithmetic would be needed to compute RT2
accurately in all cases.

Overflow is possible only if RT1 is within a factor of 5 of overflow.
Underflow is harmless if the input data is 0 or exceeds
underflow_threshold / macheps.```

Definition at line 103 of file dlae2.f.

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 subroutine dlaebz ( integer IJOB, integer NITMAX, integer N, integer MMAX, integer MINP, integer NBMIN, double precision ABSTOL, double precision RELTOL, double precision PIVMIN, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( * ) E2, integer, dimension( * ) NVAL, double precision, dimension( mmax, * ) AB, double precision, dimension( * ) C, integer MOUT, integer, dimension( mmax, * ) NAB, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

DLAEBZ computes the number of eigenvalues of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix which are less than or equal to a given value, and performs other tasks required by the routine sstebz.

Purpose:
``` DLAEBZ contains the iteration loops which compute and use the
function N(w), which is the count of eigenvalues of a symmetric
tridiagonal matrix T less than or equal to its argument  w.  It
performs a choice of two types of loops:

IJOB=1, followed by
IJOB=2: It takes as input a list of intervals and returns a list of
sufficiently small intervals whose union contains the same
eigenvalues as the union of the original intervals.
The input intervals are (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)], j=1,...,MINP.
The output interval (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] will contain
eigenvalues NAB(j,1)+1,...,NAB(j,2), where 1 <= j <= MOUT.

IJOB=3: It performs a binary search in each input interval
(AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] for a point  w(j)  such that
N(w(j))=NVAL(j), and uses  C(j)  as the starting point of
the search.  If such a w(j) is found, then on output
AB(j,1)=AB(j,2)=w.  If no such w(j) is found, then on output
(AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] will be a small interval containing the
point where N(w) jumps through NVAL(j), unless that point
lies outside the initial interval.

Note that the intervals are in all cases half-open intervals,
i.e., of the form  (a,b] , which includes  b  but not  a .

To avoid underflow, the matrix should be scaled so that its largest
element is no greater than  overflow**(1/2) * underflow**(1/4)
in absolute value.  To assure the most accurate computation
of small eigenvalues, the matrix should be scaled to be
not much smaller than that, either.

See W. Kahan "Accurate Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Tridiagonal
Matrix", Report CS41, Computer Science Dept., Stanford
University, July 21, 1966

Note: the arguments are, in general, *not* checked for unreasonable
values.```
Parameters:
 [in] IJOB ``` IJOB is INTEGER Specifies what is to be done: = 1: Compute NAB for the initial intervals. = 2: Perform bisection iteration to find eigenvalues of T. = 3: Perform bisection iteration to invert N(w), i.e., to find a point which has a specified number of eigenvalues of T to its left. Other values will cause DLAEBZ to return with INFO=-1.``` [in] NITMAX ``` NITMAX is INTEGER The maximum number of "levels" of bisection to be performed, i.e., an interval of width W will not be made smaller than 2^(-NITMAX) * W. If not all intervals have converged after NITMAX iterations, then INFO is set to the number of non-converged intervals.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The dimension n of the tridiagonal matrix T. It must be at least 1.``` [in] MMAX ``` MMAX is INTEGER The maximum number of intervals. If more than MMAX intervals are generated, then DLAEBZ will quit with INFO=MMAX+1.``` [in] MINP ``` MINP is INTEGER The initial number of intervals. It may not be greater than MMAX.``` [in] NBMIN ``` NBMIN is INTEGER The smallest number of intervals that should be processed using a vector loop. If zero, then only the scalar loop will be used.``` [in] ABSTOL ``` ABSTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum (absolute) width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than ABSTOL, or than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. This must be at least zero.``` [in] RELTOL ``` RELTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum relative width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than ABSTOL, or than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. Note: this should always be at least radix*machine epsilon.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum absolute value of a "pivot" in the Sturm sequence loop. This must be at least max |e(j)**2|*safe_min and at least safe_min, where safe_min is at least the smallest number that can divide one without overflow.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The offdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T in positions 1 through N-1. E(N) is arbitrary.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The squares of the offdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T. E2(N) is ignored.``` [in,out] NVAL ``` NVAL is INTEGER array, dimension (MINP) If IJOB=1 or 2, not referenced. If IJOB=3, the desired values of N(w). The elements of NVAL will be reordered to correspond with the intervals in AB. Thus, NVAL(j) on output will not, in general be the same as NVAL(j) on input, but it will correspond with the interval (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] on output.``` [in,out] AB ``` AB is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (MMAX,2) The endpoints of the intervals. AB(j,1) is a(j), the left endpoint of the j-th interval, and AB(j,2) is b(j), the right endpoint of the j-th interval. The input intervals will, in general, be modified, split, and reordered by the calculation.``` [in,out] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (MMAX) If IJOB=1, ignored. If IJOB=2, workspace. If IJOB=3, then on input C(j) should be initialized to the first search point in the binary search.``` [out] MOUT ``` MOUT is INTEGER If IJOB=1, the number of eigenvalues in the intervals. If IJOB=2 or 3, the number of intervals output. If IJOB=3, MOUT will equal MINP.``` [in,out] NAB ``` NAB is INTEGER array, dimension (MMAX,2) If IJOB=1, then on output NAB(i,j) will be set to N(AB(i,j)). If IJOB=2, then on input, NAB(i,j) should be set. It must satisfy the condition: N(AB(i,1)) <= NAB(i,1) <= NAB(i,2) <= N(AB(i,2)), which means that in interval i only eigenvalues NAB(i,1)+1,...,NAB(i,2) will be considered. Usually, NAB(i,j)=N(AB(i,j)), from a previous call to DLAEBZ with IJOB=1. On output, NAB(i,j) will contain max(na(k),min(nb(k),N(AB(i,j)))), where k is the index of the input interval that the output interval (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] came from, and na(k) and nb(k) are the the input values of NAB(k,1) and NAB(k,2). If IJOB=3, then on output, NAB(i,j) contains N(AB(i,j)), unless N(w) > NVAL(i) for all search points w , in which case NAB(i,1) will not be modified, i.e., the output value will be the same as the input value (modulo reorderings -- see NVAL and AB), or unless N(w) < NVAL(i) for all search points w , in which case NAB(i,2) will not be modified. Normally, NAB should be set to some distinctive value(s) before DLAEBZ is called.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (MMAX) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (MMAX) Workspace.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: All intervals converged. = 1--MMAX: The last INFO intervals did not converge. = MMAX+1: More than MMAX intervals were generated.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```      This routine is intended to be called only by other LAPACK
routines, thus the interface is less user-friendly.  It is intended
for two purposes:

(a) finding eigenvalues.  In this case, DLAEBZ should have one or
more initial intervals set up in AB, and DLAEBZ should be called
with IJOB=1.  This sets up NAB, and also counts the eigenvalues.
Intervals with no eigenvalues would usually be thrown out at
this point.  Also, if not all the eigenvalues in an interval i
are desired, NAB(i,1) can be increased or NAB(i,2) decreased.
For example, set NAB(i,1)=NAB(i,2)-1 to get the largest
eigenvalue.  DLAEBZ is then called with IJOB=2 and MMAX
no smaller than the value of MOUT returned by the call with
IJOB=1.  After this (IJOB=2) call, eigenvalues NAB(i,1)+1
through NAB(i,2) are approximately AB(i,1) (or AB(i,2)) to the
tolerance specified by ABSTOL and RELTOL.

(b) finding an interval (a',b'] containing eigenvalues w(f),...,w(l).
AB to contain 2 search intervals, both initially (a,b).  One
NVAL element should contain  f-1  and the other should contain  l
, while C should contain a and b, resp.  NAB(i,1) should be -1
and NAB(i,2) should be N+1, to flag an error if the desired
interval does not lie in (a,b).  DLAEBZ is then called with
IJOB=3.  On exit, if w(f-1) < w(f), then one of the intervals --
j -- will have AB(j,1)=AB(j,2) and NAB(j,1)=NAB(j,2)=f-1, while
if, to the specified tolerance, w(f-k)=...=w(f+r), k > 0 and r
>= 0, then the interval will have  N(AB(j,1))=NAB(j,1)=f-k and
N(AB(j,2))=NAB(j,2)=f+r.  The cases w(l) < w(l+1) and
w(l-r)=...=w(l+k) are handled similarly.```

Definition at line 318 of file dlaebz.f.

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 subroutine dlaev2 ( double precision A, double precision B, double precision C, double precision RT1, double precision RT2, double precision CS1, double precision SN1 )

DLAEV2 computes the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a 2-by-2 symmetric/Hermitian matrix.

Purpose:
``` DLAEV2 computes the eigendecomposition of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix
[  A   B  ]
[  B   C  ].
On return, RT1 is the eigenvalue of larger absolute value, RT2 is the
eigenvalue of smaller absolute value, and (CS1,SN1) is the unit right
eigenvector for RT1, giving the decomposition

[ CS1  SN1 ] [  A   B  ] [ CS1 -SN1 ]  =  [ RT1  0  ]
[-SN1  CS1 ] [  B   C  ] [ SN1  CS1 ]     [  0  RT2 ].```
Parameters:
 [in] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] B ``` B is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,2) element and the conjugate of the (2,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] RT1 ``` RT1 is DOUBLE PRECISION The eigenvalue of larger absolute value.``` [out] RT2 ``` RT2 is DOUBLE PRECISION The eigenvalue of smaller absolute value.``` [out] CS1 ` CS1 is DOUBLE PRECISION` [out] SN1 ``` SN1 is DOUBLE PRECISION The vector (CS1, SN1) is a unit right eigenvector for RT1.```
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September 2012
Further Details:
```  RT1 is accurate to a few ulps barring over/underflow.

RT2 may be inaccurate if there is massive cancellation in the
determinant A*C-B*B; higher precision or correctly rounded or
correctly truncated arithmetic would be needed to compute RT2
accurately in all cases.

CS1 and SN1 are accurate to a few ulps barring over/underflow.

Overflow is possible only if RT1 is within a factor of 5 of overflow.
Underflow is harmless if the input data is 0 or exceeds
underflow_threshold / macheps.```

Definition at line 121 of file dlaev2.f.

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 subroutine dlagts ( integer JOB, integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) A, double precision, dimension( * ) B, double precision, dimension( * ) C, double precision, dimension( * ) D, integer, dimension( * ) IN, double precision, dimension( * ) Y, double precision TOL, integer INFO )

DLAGTS solves the system of equations (T-λI)x = y or (T-λI)Tx = y,where T is a general tridiagonal matrix and λ a scalar, using the LU factorization computed by slagtf.

Purpose:
``` DLAGTS may be used to solve one of the systems of equations

(T - lambda*I)*x = y   or   (T - lambda*I)**T*x = y,

where T is an n by n tridiagonal matrix, for x, following the
factorization of (T - lambda*I) as

(T - lambda*I) = P*L*U ,

by routine DLAGTF. The choice of equation to be solved is
controlled by the argument JOB, and in each case there is an option
to perturb zero or very small diagonal elements of U, this option
being intended for use in applications such as inverse iteration.```
Parameters:
 [in] JOB ``` JOB is INTEGER Specifies the job to be performed by DLAGTS as follows: = 1: The equations (T - lambda*I)x = y are to be solved, but diagonal elements of U are not to be perturbed. = -1: The equations (T - lambda*I)x = y are to be solved and, if overflow would otherwise occur, the diagonal elements of U are to be perturbed. See argument TOL below. = 2: The equations (T - lambda*I)**Tx = y are to be solved, but diagonal elements of U are not to be perturbed. = -2: The equations (T - lambda*I)**Tx = y are to be solved and, if overflow would otherwise occur, the diagonal elements of U are to be perturbed. See argument TOL below.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix T.``` [in] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, A must contain the diagonal elements of U as returned from DLAGTF.``` [in] B ``` B is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) On entry, B must contain the first super-diagonal elements of U as returned from DLAGTF.``` [in] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) On entry, C must contain the sub-diagonal elements of L as returned from DLAGTF.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-2) On entry, D must contain the second super-diagonal elements of U as returned from DLAGTF.``` [in] IN ``` IN is INTEGER array, dimension (N) On entry, IN must contain details of the matrix P as returned from DLAGTF.``` [in,out] Y ``` Y is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the right hand side vector y. On exit, Y is overwritten by the solution vector x.``` [in,out] TOL ``` TOL is DOUBLE PRECISION On entry, with JOB .lt. 0, TOL should be the minimum perturbation to be made to very small diagonal elements of U. TOL should normally be chosen as about eps*norm(U), where eps is the relative machine precision, but if TOL is supplied as non-positive, then it is reset to eps*max( abs( u(i,j) ) ). If JOB .gt. 0 then TOL is not referenced. On exit, TOL is changed as described above, only if TOL is non-positive on entry. Otherwise TOL is unchanged.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0 : successful exit .lt. 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value .gt. 0: overflow would occur when computing the INFO(th) element of the solution vector x. This can only occur when JOB is supplied as positive and either means that a diagonal element of U is very small, or that the elements of the right-hand side vector y are very large.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 162 of file dlagts.f.

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 LOGICAL function dlaisnan ( double precision DIN1, double precision DIN2 )

DLAISNAN tests input for NaN by comparing two arguments for inequality.

Purpose:
``` This routine is not for general use.  It exists solely to avoid
over-optimization in DISNAN.

DLAISNAN checks for NaNs by comparing its two arguments for
inequality.  NaN is the only floating-point value where NaN != NaN
returns .TRUE.  To check for NaNs, pass the same variable as both
arguments.

A compiler must assume that the two arguments are
not the same variable, and the test will not be optimized away.
Interprocedural or whole-program optimization may delete this
test.  The ISNAN functions will be replaced by the correct
Fortran 03 intrinsic once the intrinsic is widely available.```
Parameters:
 [in] DIN1 ` DIN1 is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] DIN2 ``` DIN2 is DOUBLE PRECISION Two numbers to compare for inequality.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 75 of file dlaisnan.f.

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 subroutine dlamc1 ( integer BETA, integer T, logical RND, logical IEEE1 )

DLAMC1

Purpose:

``` DLAMC1 determines the machine parameters given by BETA, T, RND, and
IEEE1.```
Parameters:
 [out] BETA ` The base of the machine.` [out] T ` The number of ( BETA ) digits in the mantissa.` [out] RND ``` Specifies whether proper rounding ( RND = .TRUE. ) or chopping ( RND = .FALSE. ) occurs in addition. This may not be a reliable guide to the way in which the machine performs its arithmetic.``` [out] IEEE1 ``` Specifies whether rounding appears to be done in the IEEE 'round to nearest' style.```
Date:
April 2012

Further Details

```  The routine is based on the routine  ENVRON  by Malcolm and
incorporates suggestions by Gentleman and Marovich. See

Malcolm M. A. (1972) Algorithms to reveal properties of
floating-point arithmetic. Comms. of the ACM, 15, 949-951.

Gentleman W. M. and Marovich S. B. (1974) More on algorithms
that reveal properties of floating point arithmetic units.
Comms. of the ACM, 17, 276-277.```

Definition at line 206 of file dlamchf77.f.

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 subroutine dlamc2 ( integer BETA, integer T, logical RND, double precision EPS, integer EMIN, double precision RMIN, integer EMAX, double precision RMAX )

DLAMC2

Purpose:

``` DLAMC2 determines the machine parameters specified in its argument
list.```
Date:
April 2012
Parameters:
 [out] BETA ` The base of the machine.` [out] T ` The number of ( BETA ) digits in the mantissa.` [out] RND ``` Specifies whether proper rounding ( RND = .TRUE. ) or chopping ( RND = .FALSE. ) occurs in addition. This may not be a reliable guide to the way in which the machine performs its arithmetic.``` [out] EPS ``` The smallest positive number such that fl( 1.0 - EPS ) .LT. 1.0, where fl denotes the computed value.``` [out] EMIN ` The minimum exponent before (gradual) underflow occurs.` [out] RMIN ``` The smallest normalized number for the machine, given by BASE**( EMIN - 1 ), where BASE is the floating point value of BETA.``` [out] EMAX ` The maximum exponent before overflow occurs.` [out] RMAX ``` The largest positive number for the machine, given by BASE**EMAX * ( 1 - EPS ), where BASE is the floating point value of BETA.```

Further Details

```  The computation of  EPS  is based on a routine PARANOIA by
W. Kahan of the University of California at Berkeley.```

Definition at line 419 of file dlamchf77.f.

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 DOUBLE PRECISION function dlamc3 ( double precision A, double precision B )

DLAMC3

Purpose:

``` DLAMC3  is intended to force  A  and  B  to be stored prior to doing
the addition of  A  and  B ,  for use in situations where optimizers
might hold one of these in a register.```
Date:
November 2011
Parameters:
 [in] A ` A is a DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] B ``` B is a DOUBLE PRECISION The values A and B.```

Definition at line 168 of file dlamch.f.

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 DOUBLE PRECISION function dlamch ( character CMACH )

DLAMCH

DLAMCHF77 deprecated

Purpose:
` DLAMCH determines double precision machine parameters.`
Parameters:
 [in] CMACH ``` Specifies the value to be returned by DLAMCH: = 'E' or 'e', DLAMCH := eps = 'S' or 's , DLAMCH := sfmin = 'B' or 'b', DLAMCH := base = 'P' or 'p', DLAMCH := eps*base = 'N' or 'n', DLAMCH := t = 'R' or 'r', DLAMCH := rnd = 'M' or 'm', DLAMCH := emin = 'U' or 'u', DLAMCH := rmin = 'L' or 'l', DLAMCH := emax = 'O' or 'o', DLAMCH := rmax where eps = relative machine precision sfmin = safe minimum, such that 1/sfmin does not overflow base = base of the machine prec = eps*base t = number of (base) digits in the mantissa rnd = 1.0 when rounding occurs in addition, 0.0 otherwise emin = minimum exponent before (gradual) underflow rmin = underflow threshold - base**(emin-1) emax = largest exponent before overflow rmax = overflow threshold - (base**emax)*(1-eps)```
Date:
November 2011
Purpose:
` DLAMCHF77 determines double precision machine parameters.`
Parameters:
 [in] CMACH ``` Specifies the value to be returned by DLAMCH: = 'E' or 'e', DLAMCH := eps = 'S' or 's , DLAMCH := sfmin = 'B' or 'b', DLAMCH := base = 'P' or 'p', DLAMCH := eps*base = 'N' or 'n', DLAMCH := t = 'R' or 'r', DLAMCH := rnd = 'M' or 'm', DLAMCH := emin = 'U' or 'u', DLAMCH := rmin = 'L' or 'l', DLAMCH := emax = 'O' or 'o', DLAMCH := rmax where eps = relative machine precision sfmin = safe minimum, such that 1/sfmin does not overflow base = base of the machine prec = eps*base t = number of (base) digits in the mantissa rnd = 1.0 when rounding occurs in addition, 0.0 otherwise emin = minimum exponent before (gradual) underflow rmin = underflow threshold - base**(emin-1) emax = largest exponent before overflow rmax = overflow threshold - (base**emax)*(1-eps)```
Date:
April 2012

Definition at line 64 of file dlamch.f.

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 INTEGER function dlaneg ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) LLD, double precision SIGMA, double precision PIVMIN, integer R )

DLANEG computes the Sturm count.

Purpose:
``` DLANEG computes the Sturm count, the number of negative pivots
encountered while factoring tridiagonal T - sigma I = L D L^T.
This implementation works directly on the factors without forming
the tridiagonal matrix T.  The Sturm count is also the number of
eigenvalues of T less than sigma.

This routine is called from DLARRB.

The current routine does not use the PIVMIN parameter but rather
requires IEEE-754 propagation of Infinities and NaNs.  This
routine also has no input range restrictions but does require
default exception handling such that x/0 produces Inf when x is

Marques, Riedy, and Voemel, "Benefits of IEEE-754 Features in
Modern Symmetric Tridiagonal Eigensolvers," SIAM Journal on
Scientific Computing, v28, n5, 2006.  DOI 10.1137/050641624
(Tech report version in LAWN 172 with the same title.)```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] LLD ``` LLD is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) elements L(i)*L(i)*D(i).``` [in] SIGMA ``` SIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION Shift amount in T - sigma I = L D L^T.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence. May be used when zero pivots are encountered on non-IEEE-754 architectures.``` [in] R ``` R is INTEGER The twist index for the twisted factorization that is used for the negcount.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jason Riedy, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 119 of file dlaneg.f.

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 DOUBLE PRECISION function dlanst ( character NORM, integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E )

DLANST returns the value of the 1-norm, or the Frobenius norm, or the infinity norm, or the element of largest absolute value of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix.

Purpose:
``` DLANST  returns the value of the one norm,  or the Frobenius norm, or
the  infinity norm,  or the  element of  largest absolute value  of a
real symmetric tridiagonal matrix A.```
Returns:
DLANST
```    DLANST = ( max(abs(A(i,j))), NORM = 'M' or 'm'
(
( norm1(A),         NORM = '1', 'O' or 'o'
(
( normI(A),         NORM = 'I' or 'i'
(
( normF(A),         NORM = 'F', 'f', 'E' or 'e'

where  norm1  denotes the  one norm of a matrix (maximum column sum),
normI  denotes the  infinity norm  of a matrix  (maximum row sum) and
normF  denotes the  Frobenius norm of a matrix (square root of sum of
squares).  Note that  max(abs(A(i,j)))  is not a consistent matrix norm.```
Parameters:
 [in] NORM ``` NORM is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the value to be returned in DLANST as described above.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix A. N >= 0. When N = 0, DLANST is set to zero.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The diagonal elements of A.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) sub-diagonal or super-diagonal elements of A.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 101 of file dlanst.f.

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 DOUBLE PRECISION function dlapy2 ( double precision X, double precision Y )

DLAPY2 returns sqrt(x2+y2).

Purpose:
``` DLAPY2 returns sqrt(x**2+y**2), taking care not to cause unnecessary
overflow.```
Parameters:
 [in] X ` X is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] Y ``` Y is DOUBLE PRECISION X and Y specify the values x and y.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 64 of file dlapy2.f.

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 DOUBLE PRECISION function dlapy3 ( double precision X, double precision Y, double precision Z )

DLAPY3 returns sqrt(x2+y2+z2).

Purpose:
``` DLAPY3 returns sqrt(x**2+y**2+z**2), taking care not to cause
unnecessary overflow.```
Parameters:
 [in] X ` X is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] Y ` Y is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION X, Y and Z specify the values x, y and z.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 69 of file dlapy3.f.

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 subroutine dlarnv ( integer IDIST, integer, dimension( 4 ) ISEED, integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) X )

DLARNV returns a vector of random numbers from a uniform or normal distribution.

Purpose:
``` DLARNV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform or
normal distribution.```
Parameters:
 [in] IDIST ``` IDIST is INTEGER Specifies the distribution of the random numbers: = 1: uniform (0,1) = 2: uniform (-1,1) = 3: normal (0,1)``` [in,out] ISEED ``` ISEED is INTEGER array, dimension (4) On entry, the seed of the random number generator; the array elements must be between 0 and 4095, and ISEED(4) must be odd. On exit, the seed is updated.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of random numbers to be generated.``` [out] X ``` X is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The generated random numbers.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  This routine calls the auxiliary routine DLARUV to generate random
real numbers from a uniform (0,1) distribution, in batches of up to
128 using vectorisable code. The Box-Muller method is used to
transform numbers from a uniform to a normal distribution.```

Definition at line 98 of file dlarnv.f.

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 subroutine dlarra ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( * ) E2, double precision SPLTOL, double precision TNRM, integer NSPLIT, integer, dimension( * ) ISPLIT, integer INFO )

DLARRA computes the splitting points with the specified threshold.

Purpose:
``` Compute the splitting points with threshold SPLTOL.
DLARRA sets any "small" off-diagonal elements to zero.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in,out] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E(N) need not be set. On exit, the entries E( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, are set to zero, the other entries of E are untouched.``` [in,out] E2 ``` E2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the SQUARES of the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E2(N) need not be set. On exit, the entries E2( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, have been set to zero``` [in] SPLTOL ``` SPLTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION The threshold for splitting. Two criteria can be used: SPLTOL<0 : criterion based on absolute off-diagonal value SPLTOL>0 : criterion that preserves relative accuracy``` [in] TNRM ``` TNRM is DOUBLE PRECISION The norm of the matrix.``` [out] NSPLIT ``` NSPLIT is INTEGER The number of blocks T splits into. 1 <= NSPLIT <= N.``` [out] ISPLIT ``` ISPLIT is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The splitting points, at which T breaks up into blocks. The first block consists of rows/columns 1 to ISPLIT(1), the second of rows/columns ISPLIT(1)+1 through ISPLIT(2), etc., and the NSPLIT-th consists of rows/columns ISPLIT(NSPLIT-1)+1 through ISPLIT(NSPLIT)=N.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 136 of file dlarra.f.

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 subroutine dlarrb ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) LLD, integer IFIRST, integer ILAST, double precision RTOL1, double precision RTOL2, integer OFFSET, double precision, dimension( * ) W, double precision, dimension( * ) WGAP, double precision, dimension( * ) WERR, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, double precision PIVMIN, double precision SPDIAM, integer TWIST, integer INFO )

DLARRB provides limited bisection to locate eigenvalues for more accuracy.

Purpose:
``` Given the relatively robust representation(RRR) L D L^T, DLARRB
does "limited" bisection to refine the eigenvalues of L D L^T,
W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ), to more accuracy. Initial
guesses for these eigenvalues are input in W, the corresponding estimate
of the error in these guesses and their gaps are input in WERR
and WGAP, respectively. During bisection, intervals
[left, right] are maintained by storing their mid-points and
semi-widths in the arrays W and WERR respectively.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] LLD ``` LLD is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) elements L(i)*L(i)*D(i).``` [in] IFIRST ``` IFIRST is INTEGER The index of the first eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] ILAST ``` ILAST is INTEGER The index of the last eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] RTOL1 ` RTOL1 is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] RTOL2 ``` RTOL2 is DOUBLE PRECISION Tolerance for the convergence of the bisection intervals. An interval [LEFT,RIGHT] has converged if RIGHT-LEFT.LT.MAX( RTOL1*GAP, RTOL2*MAX(|LEFT|,|RIGHT|) ) where GAP is the (estimated) distance to the nearest eigenvalue.``` [in] OFFSET ``` OFFSET is INTEGER Offset for the arrays W, WGAP and WERR, i.e., the IFIRST-OFFSET through ILAST-OFFSET elements of these arrays are to be used.``` [in,out] W ``` W is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On input, W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ) are estimates of the eigenvalues of L D L^T indexed IFIRST throug ILAST. On output, these estimates are refined.``` [in,out] WGAP ``` WGAP is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) On input, the (estimated) gaps between consecutive eigenvalues of L D L^T, i.e., WGAP(I-OFFSET) is the gap between eigenvalues I and I+1. Note that if IFIRST.EQ.ILAST then WGAP(IFIRST-OFFSET) must be set to ZERO. On output, these gaps are refined.``` [in,out] WERR ``` WERR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On input, WERR( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through WERR( ILAST-OFFSET ) are the errors in the estimates of the corresponding elements in W. On output, these errors are refined.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence.``` [in] SPDIAM ``` SPDIAM is DOUBLE PRECISION The spectral diameter of the matrix.``` [in] TWIST ``` TWIST is INTEGER The twist index for the twisted factorization that is used for the negcount. TWIST = N: Compute negcount from L D L^T - LAMBDA I = L+ D+ L+^T TWIST = 1: Compute negcount from L D L^T - LAMBDA I = U- D- U-^T TWIST = R: Compute negcount from L D L^T - LAMBDA I = N(r) D(r) N(r)``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER Error flag.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 195 of file dlarrb.f.

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 subroutine dlarrc ( character JOBT, integer N, double precision VL, double precision VU, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision PIVMIN, integer EIGCNT, integer LCNT, integer RCNT, integer INFO )

DLARRC computes the number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix.

Purpose:
``` Find the number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T
that are in the interval (VL,VU] if JOBT = 'T', and of L D L^T
if JOBT = 'L'.```
Parameters:
 [in] JOBT ``` JOBT is CHARACTER*1 = 'T': Compute Sturm count for matrix T. = 'L': Compute Sturm count for matrix L D L^T.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in] VL ` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] VU ``` VU is DOUBLE PRECISION The lower and upper bounds for the eigenvalues.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) JOBT = 'T': The N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T. JOBT = 'L': The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) JOBT = 'T': The N-1 offdiagonal elements of the matrix T. JOBT = 'L': The N-1 offdiagonal elements of the matrix L.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [out] EIGCNT ``` EIGCNT is INTEGER The number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T that are in the interval (VL,VU]``` [out] LCNT ` LCNT is INTEGER` [out] RCNT ``` RCNT is INTEGER The left and right negcounts of the interval.``` [out] INFO ` INFO is INTEGER`
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 136 of file dlarrc.f.

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 subroutine dlarrd ( character RANGE, character ORDER, integer N, double precision VL, double precision VU, integer IL, integer IU, double precision, dimension( * ) GERS, double precision RELTOL, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( * ) E2, double precision PIVMIN, integer NSPLIT, integer, dimension( * ) ISPLIT, integer M, double precision, dimension( * ) W, double precision, dimension( * ) WERR, double precision WL, double precision WU, integer, dimension( * ) IBLOCK, integer, dimension( * ) INDEXW, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

DLARRD computes the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix to suitable accuracy.

Purpose:
``` DLARRD computes the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal
matrix T to suitable accuracy. This is an auxiliary code to be
called from DSTEMR.
The user may ask for all eigenvalues, all eigenvalues
in the half-open interval (VL, VU], or the IL-th through IU-th
eigenvalues.

To avoid overflow, the matrix must be scaled so that its
largest element is no greater than overflow**(1/2) * underflow**(1/4) in absolute value, and for greatest
accuracy, it should not be much smaller than that.

See W. Kahan "Accurate Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Tridiagonal
Matrix", Report CS41, Computer Science Dept., Stanford
University, July 21, 1966.```
Parameters:
 [in] RANGE ``` RANGE is CHARACTER*1 = 'A': ("All") all eigenvalues will be found. = 'V': ("Value") all eigenvalues in the half-open interval (VL, VU] will be found. = 'I': ("Index") the IL-th through IU-th eigenvalues (of the entire matrix) will be found.``` [in] ORDER ``` ORDER is CHARACTER*1 = 'B': ("By Block") the eigenvalues will be grouped by split-off block (see IBLOCK, ISPLIT) and ordered from smallest to largest within the block. = 'E': ("Entire matrix") the eigenvalues for the entire matrix will be ordered from smallest to largest.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the tridiagonal matrix T. N >= 0.``` [in] VL ` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] VU ``` VU is DOUBLE PRECISION If RANGE='V', the lower and upper bounds of the interval to be searched for eigenvalues. Eigenvalues less than or equal to VL, or greater than VU, will not be returned. VL < VU. Not referenced if RANGE = 'A' or 'I'.``` [in] IL ` IL is INTEGER` [in] IU ``` IU is INTEGER If RANGE='I', the indices (in ascending order) of the smallest and largest eigenvalues to be returned. 1 <= IL <= IU <= N, if N > 0; IL = 1 and IU = 0 if N = 0. Not referenced if RANGE = 'A' or 'V'.``` [in] GERS ``` GERS is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (2*N) The N Gerschgorin intervals (the i-th Gerschgorin interval is (GERS(2*i-1), GERS(2*i)).``` [in] RELTOL ``` RELTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum relative width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. Note: this should always be at least radix*machine epsilon.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The n diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) off-diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) squared off-diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot allowed in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [in] NSPLIT ``` NSPLIT is INTEGER The number of diagonal blocks in the matrix T. 1 <= NSPLIT <= N.``` [in] ISPLIT ``` ISPLIT is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The splitting points, at which T breaks up into submatrices. The first submatrix consists of rows/columns 1 to ISPLIT(1), the second of rows/columns ISPLIT(1)+1 through ISPLIT(2), etc., and the NSPLIT-th consists of rows/columns ISPLIT(NSPLIT-1)+1 through ISPLIT(NSPLIT)=N. (Only the first NSPLIT elements will actually be used, but since the user cannot know a priori what value NSPLIT will have, N words must be reserved for ISPLIT.)``` [out] M ``` M is INTEGER The actual number of eigenvalues found. 0 <= M <= N. (See also the description of INFO=2,3.)``` [out] W ``` W is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On exit, the first M elements of W will contain the eigenvalue approximations. DLARRD computes an interval I_j = (a_j, b_j] that includes eigenvalue j. The eigenvalue approximation is given as the interval midpoint W(j)= ( a_j + b_j)/2. The corresponding error is bounded by WERR(j) = abs( a_j - b_j)/2``` [out] WERR ``` WERR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The error bound on the corresponding eigenvalue approximation in W.``` [out] WL ` WL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [out] WU ``` WU is DOUBLE PRECISION The interval (WL, WU] contains all the wanted eigenvalues. If RANGE='V', then WL=VL and WU=VU. If RANGE='A', then WL and WU are the global Gerschgorin bounds on the spectrum. If RANGE='I', then WL and WU are computed by DLAEBZ from the index range specified.``` [out] IBLOCK ``` IBLOCK is INTEGER array, dimension (N) At each row/column j where E(j) is zero or small, the matrix T is considered to split into a block diagonal matrix. On exit, if INFO = 0, IBLOCK(i) specifies to which block (from 1 to the number of blocks) the eigenvalue W(i) belongs. (DLARRD may use the remaining N-M elements as workspace.)``` [out] INDEXW ``` INDEXW is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The indices of the eigenvalues within each block (submatrix); for example, INDEXW(i)= j and IBLOCK(i)=k imply that the i-th eigenvalue W(i) is the j-th eigenvalue in block k.``` [out] WORK ` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (4*N)` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (3*N)` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value > 0: some or all of the eigenvalues failed to converge or were not computed: =1 or 3: Bisection failed to converge for some eigenvalues; these eigenvalues are flagged by a negative block number. The effect is that the eigenvalues may not be as accurate as the absolute and relative tolerances. This is generally caused by unexpectedly inaccurate arithmetic. =2 or 3: RANGE='I' only: Not all of the eigenvalues IL:IU were found. Effect: M < IU+1-IL Cause: non-monotonic arithmetic, causing the Sturm sequence to be non-monotonic. Cure: recalculate, using RANGE='A', and pick out eigenvalues IL:IU. In some cases, increasing the PARAMETER "FUDGE" may make things work. = 4: RANGE='I', and the Gershgorin interval initially used was too small. No eigenvalues were computed. Probable cause: your machine has sloppy floating-point arithmetic. Cure: Increase the PARAMETER "FUDGE", recompile, and try again.```
Internal Parameters:
```  FUDGE   DOUBLE PRECISION, default = 2
A "fudge factor" to widen the Gershgorin intervals.  Ideally,
a value of 1 should work, but on machines with sloppy
arithmetic, this needs to be larger.  The default for
publicly released versions should be large enough to handle
the worst machine around.  Note that this has no effect
on accuracy of the solution.```
Contributors:
W. Kahan, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 319 of file dlarrd.f.

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 subroutine dlarre ( character RANGE, integer N, double precision VL, double precision VU, integer IL, integer IU, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( * ) E2, double precision RTOL1, double precision RTOL2, double precision SPLTOL, integer NSPLIT, integer, dimension( * ) ISPLIT, integer M, double precision, dimension( * ) W, double precision, dimension( * ) WERR, double precision, dimension( * ) WGAP, integer, dimension( * ) IBLOCK, integer, dimension( * ) INDEXW, double precision, dimension( * ) GERS, double precision PIVMIN, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

DLARRE given the tridiagonal matrix T, sets small off-diagonal elements to zero and for each unreduced block Ti, finds base representations and eigenvalues.

Purpose:
``` To find the desired eigenvalues of a given real symmetric
tridiagonal matrix T, DLARRE sets any "small" off-diagonal
elements to zero, and for each unreduced block T_i, it finds
(a) a suitable shift at one end of the block's spectrum,
(b) the base representation, T_i - sigma_i I = L_i D_i L_i^T, and
(c) eigenvalues of each L_i D_i L_i^T.
The representations and eigenvalues found are then used by
DSTEMR to compute the eigenvectors of T.
The accuracy varies depending on whether bisection is used to
find a few eigenvalues or the dqds algorithm (subroutine DLASQ2) to
conpute all and then discard any unwanted one.
As an added benefit, DLARRE also outputs the n
Gerschgorin intervals for the matrices L_i D_i L_i^T.```
Parameters:
 [in] RANGE ``` RANGE is CHARACTER*1 = 'A': ("All") all eigenvalues will be found. = 'V': ("Value") all eigenvalues in the half-open interval (VL, VU] will be found. = 'I': ("Index") the IL-th through IU-th eigenvalues (of the entire matrix) will be found.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in,out] VL ` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in,out] VU ``` VU is DOUBLE PRECISION If RANGE='V', the lower and upper bounds for the eigenvalues. Eigenvalues less than or equal to VL, or greater than VU, will not be returned. VL < VU. If RANGE='I' or ='A', DLARRE computes bounds on the desired part of the spectrum.``` [in] IL ` IL is INTEGER` [in] IU ``` IU is INTEGER If RANGE='I', the indices (in ascending order) of the smallest and largest eigenvalues to be returned. 1 <= IL <= IU <= N.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T. On exit, the N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrices D_i.``` [in,out] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E(N) need not be set. On exit, E contains the subdiagonal elements of the unit bidiagonal matrices L_i. The entries E( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, contain the base points sigma_i on output.``` [in,out] E2 ``` E2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the SQUARES of the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E2(N) need not be set. On exit, the entries E2( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, have been set to zero``` [in] RTOL1 ` RTOL1 is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] RTOL2 ``` RTOL2 is DOUBLE PRECISION Parameters for bisection. An interval [LEFT,RIGHT] has converged if RIGHT-LEFT.LT.MAX( RTOL1*GAP, RTOL2*MAX(|LEFT|,|RIGHT|) )``` [in] SPLTOL ``` SPLTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION The threshold for splitting.``` [out] NSPLIT ``` NSPLIT is INTEGER The number of blocks T splits into. 1 <= NSPLIT <= N.``` [out] ISPLIT ``` ISPLIT is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The splitting points, at which T breaks up into blocks. The first block consists of rows/columns 1 to ISPLIT(1), the second of rows/columns ISPLIT(1)+1 through ISPLIT(2), etc., and the NSPLIT-th consists of rows/columns ISPLIT(NSPLIT-1)+1 through ISPLIT(NSPLIT)=N.``` [out] M ``` M is INTEGER The total number of eigenvalues (of all L_i D_i L_i^T) found.``` [out] W ``` W is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The first M elements contain the eigenvalues. The eigenvalues of each of the blocks, L_i D_i L_i^T, are sorted in ascending order ( DLARRE may use the remaining N-M elements as workspace).``` [out] WERR ``` WERR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The error bound on the corresponding eigenvalue in W.``` [out] WGAP ``` WGAP is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The separation from the right neighbor eigenvalue in W. The gap is only with respect to the eigenvalues of the same block as each block has its own representation tree. Exception: at the right end of a block we store the left gap``` [out] IBLOCK ``` IBLOCK is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The indices of the blocks (submatrices) associated with the corresponding eigenvalues in W; IBLOCK(i)=1 if eigenvalue W(i) belongs to the first block from the top, =2 if W(i) belongs to the second block, etc.``` [out] INDEXW ``` INDEXW is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The indices of the eigenvalues within each block (submatrix); for example, INDEXW(i)= 10 and IBLOCK(i)=2 imply that the i-th eigenvalue W(i) is the 10-th eigenvalue in block 2``` [out] GERS ``` GERS is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (2*N) The N Gerschgorin intervals (the i-th Gerschgorin interval is (GERS(2*i-1), GERS(2*i)).``` [out] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (6*N) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (5*N) Workspace.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit > 0: A problem occured in DLARRE. < 0: One of the called subroutines signaled an internal problem. Needs inspection of the corresponding parameter IINFO for further information. =-1: Problem in DLARRD. = 2: No base representation could be found in MAXTRY iterations. Increasing MAXTRY and recompilation might be a remedy. =-3: Problem in DLARRB when computing the refined root representation for DLASQ2. =-4: Problem in DLARRB when preforming bisection on the desired part of the spectrum. =-5: Problem in DLASQ2. =-6: Problem in DLASQ2.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  The base representations are required to suffer very little
element growth and consequently define all their eigenvalues to
high relative accuracy.```
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 295 of file dlarre.f.

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 subroutine dlarrf ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) L, double precision, dimension( * ) LD, integer CLSTRT, integer CLEND, double precision, dimension( * ) W, double precision, dimension( * ) WGAP, double precision, dimension( * ) WERR, double precision SPDIAM, double precision CLGAPL, double precision CLGAPR, double precision PIVMIN, double precision SIGMA, double precision, dimension( * ) DPLUS, double precision, dimension( * ) LPLUS, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

DLARRF finds a new relatively robust representation such that at least one of the eigenvalues is relatively isolated.

Purpose:
``` Given the initial representation L D L^T and its cluster of close
eigenvalues (in a relative measure), W( CLSTRT ), W( CLSTRT+1 ), ...
W( CLEND ), DLARRF finds a new relatively robust representation
L D L^T - SIGMA I = L(+) D(+) L(+)^T such that at least one of the
eigenvalues of L(+) D(+) L(+)^T is relatively isolated.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix (subblock, if the matrix splitted).``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] L ``` L is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) subdiagonal elements of the unit bidiagonal matrix L.``` [in] LD ``` LD is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) elements L(i)*D(i).``` [in] CLSTRT ``` CLSTRT is INTEGER The index of the first eigenvalue in the cluster.``` [in] CLEND ``` CLEND is INTEGER The index of the last eigenvalue in the cluster.``` [in] W ``` W is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension dimension is >= (CLEND-CLSTRT+1) The eigenvalue APPROXIMATIONS of L D L^T in ascending order. W( CLSTRT ) through W( CLEND ) form the cluster of relatively close eigenalues.``` [in,out] WGAP ``` WGAP is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension dimension is >= (CLEND-CLSTRT+1) The separation from the right neighbor eigenvalue in W.``` [in] WERR ``` WERR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension dimension is >= (CLEND-CLSTRT+1) WERR contain the semiwidth of the uncertainty interval of the corresponding eigenvalue APPROXIMATION in W``` [in] SPDIAM ``` SPDIAM is DOUBLE PRECISION estimate of the spectral diameter obtained from the Gerschgorin intervals``` [in] CLGAPL ` CLGAPL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] CLGAPR ``` CLGAPR is DOUBLE PRECISION absolute gap on each end of the cluster. Set by the calling routine to protect against shifts too close to eigenvalues outside the cluster.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot allowed in the Sturm sequence.``` [out] SIGMA ``` SIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION The shift used to form L(+) D(+) L(+)^T.``` [out] DPLUS ``` DPLUS is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D(+).``` [out] LPLUS ``` LPLUS is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The first (N-1) elements of LPLUS contain the subdiagonal elements of the unit bidiagonal matrix L(+).``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER Signals processing OK (=0) or failure (=1)```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 191 of file dlarrf.f.

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 subroutine dlarrj ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E2, integer IFIRST, integer ILAST, double precision RTOL, integer OFFSET, double precision, dimension( * ) W, double precision, dimension( * ) WERR, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, double precision PIVMIN, double precision SPDIAM, integer INFO )

DLARRJ performs refinement of the initial estimates of the eigenvalues of the matrix T.

Purpose:
``` Given the initial eigenvalue approximations of T, DLARRJ
does  bisection to refine the eigenvalues of T,
W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ), to more accuracy. Initial
guesses for these eigenvalues are input in W, the corresponding estimate
of the error in these guesses in WERR. During bisection, intervals
[left, right] are maintained by storing their mid-points and
semi-widths in the arrays W and WERR respectively.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of T.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The Squares of the (N-1) subdiagonal elements of T.``` [in] IFIRST ``` IFIRST is INTEGER The index of the first eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] ILAST ``` ILAST is INTEGER The index of the last eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] RTOL ``` RTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION Tolerance for the convergence of the bisection intervals. An interval [LEFT,RIGHT] has converged if RIGHT-LEFT.LT.RTOL*MAX(|LEFT|,|RIGHT|).``` [in] OFFSET ``` OFFSET is INTEGER Offset for the arrays W and WERR, i.e., the IFIRST-OFFSET through ILAST-OFFSET elements of these arrays are to be used.``` [in,out] W ``` W is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On input, W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ) are estimates of the eigenvalues of L D L^T indexed IFIRST through ILAST. On output, these estimates are refined.``` [in,out] WERR ``` WERR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On input, WERR( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through WERR( ILAST-OFFSET ) are the errors in the estimates of the corresponding elements in W. On output, these errors are refined.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [in] SPDIAM ``` SPDIAM is DOUBLE PRECISION The spectral diameter of T.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER Error flag.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

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 subroutine dlarrk ( integer N, integer IW, double precision GL, double precision GU, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E2, double precision PIVMIN, double precision RELTOL, double precision W, double precision WERR, integer INFO )

DLARRK computes one eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix T to suitable accuracy.

Purpose:
``` DLARRK computes one eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal
matrix T to suitable accuracy. This is an auxiliary code to be
called from DSTEMR.

To avoid overflow, the matrix must be scaled so that its
largest element is no greater than overflow**(1/2) * underflow**(1/4) in absolute value, and for greatest
accuracy, it should not be much smaller than that.

See W. Kahan "Accurate Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Tridiagonal
Matrix", Report CS41, Computer Science Dept., Stanford
University, July 21, 1966.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the tridiagonal matrix T. N >= 0.``` [in] IW ``` IW is INTEGER The index of the eigenvalues to be returned.``` [in] GL ` GL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] GU ``` GU is DOUBLE PRECISION An upper and a lower bound on the eigenvalue.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The n diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) squared off-diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum pivot allowed in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [in] RELTOL ``` RELTOL is DOUBLE PRECISION The minimum relative width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. Note: this should always be at least radix*machine epsilon.``` [out] W ` W is DOUBLE PRECISION` [out] WERR ``` WERR is DOUBLE PRECISION The error bound on the corresponding eigenvalue approximation in W.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: Eigenvalue converged = -1: Eigenvalue did NOT converge```
Internal Parameters:
```  FUDGE   DOUBLE PRECISION, default = 2
A "fudge factor" to widen the Gershgorin intervals.```
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Definition at line 145 of file dlarrk.f.

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 subroutine dlarrr ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, integer INFO )

DLARRR performs tests to decide whether the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T warrants expensive computations which guarantee high relative accuracy in the eigenvalues.

Purpose:
``` Perform tests to decide whether the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T
warrants expensive computations which guarantee high relative accuracy
in the eigenvalues.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in,out] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E(N) is set to ZERO.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER INFO = 0(default) : the matrix warrants computations preserving relative accuracy. INFO = 1 : the matrix warrants computations guaranteeing only absolute accuracy.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

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 subroutine dlartg ( double precision F, double precision G, double precision CS, double precision SN, double precision R )

DLARTG generates a plane rotation with real cosine and real sine.

Purpose:
``` DLARTG generate a plane rotation so that

[  CS  SN  ]  .  [ F ]  =  [ R ]   where CS**2 + SN**2 = 1.
[ -SN  CS  ]     [ G ]     [ 0 ]

This is a slower, more accurate version of the BLAS1 routine DROTG,
with the following other differences:
F and G are unchanged on return.
If G=0, then CS=1 and SN=0.
If F=0 and (G .ne. 0), then CS=0 and SN=1 without doing any
floating point operations (saves work in DBDSQR when
there are zeros on the diagonal).

If F exceeds G in magnitude, CS will be positive.```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is DOUBLE PRECISION The first component of vector to be rotated.``` [in] G ``` G is DOUBLE PRECISION The second component of vector to be rotated.``` [out] CS ``` CS is DOUBLE PRECISION The cosine of the rotation.``` [out] SN ``` SN is DOUBLE PRECISION The sine of the rotation.``` [out] R ``` R is DOUBLE PRECISION The nonzero component of the rotated vector. This version has a few statements commented out for thread safety (machine parameters are computed on each entry). 10 feb 03, SJH.```
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Definition at line 98 of file dlartg.f.

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 subroutine dlartgp ( double precision F, double precision G, double precision CS, double precision SN, double precision R )

DLARTGP generates a plane rotation so that the diagonal is nonnegative.

Purpose:
``` DLARTGP generates a plane rotation so that

[  CS  SN  ]  .  [ F ]  =  [ R ]   where CS**2 + SN**2 = 1.
[ -SN  CS  ]     [ G ]     [ 0 ]

This is a slower, more accurate version of the Level 1 BLAS routine DROTG,
with the following other differences:
F and G are unchanged on return.
If G=0, then CS=(+/-)1 and SN=0.
If F=0 and (G .ne. 0), then CS=0 and SN=(+/-)1.

The sign is chosen so that R >= 0.```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is DOUBLE PRECISION The first component of vector to be rotated.``` [in] G ``` G is DOUBLE PRECISION The second component of vector to be rotated.``` [out] CS ``` CS is DOUBLE PRECISION The cosine of the rotation.``` [out] SN ``` SN is DOUBLE PRECISION The sine of the rotation.``` [out] R ``` R is DOUBLE PRECISION The nonzero component of the rotated vector. This version has a few statements commented out for thread safety (machine parameters are computed on each entry). 10 feb 03, SJH.```
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Definition at line 96 of file dlartgp.f.

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 subroutine dlaruv ( integer, dimension( 4 ) ISEED, integer N, double precision, dimension( n ) X )

DLARUV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform distribution.

Purpose:
``` DLARUV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform (0,1)
distribution (n <= 128).

This is an auxiliary routine called by DLARNV and ZLARNV.```
Parameters:
 [in,out] ISEED ``` ISEED is INTEGER array, dimension (4) On entry, the seed of the random number generator; the array elements must be between 0 and 4095, and ISEED(4) must be odd. On exit, the seed is updated.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of random numbers to be generated. N <= 128.``` [out] X ``` X is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The generated random numbers.```
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Further Details:
```  This routine uses a multiplicative congruential method with modulus
2**48 and multiplier 33952834046453 (see G.S.Fishman,
'Multiplicative congruential random number generators with modulus
2**b: an exhaustive analysis for b = 32 and a partial analysis for
b = 48', Math. Comp. 189, pp 331-344, 1990).

48-bit integers are stored in 4 integer array elements with 12 bits
per element. Hence the routine is portable across machines with
integers of 32 bits or more.```

Definition at line 96 of file dlaruv.f.

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 subroutine dlas2 ( double precision F, double precision G, double precision H, double precision SSMIN, double precision SSMAX )

DLAS2 computes singular values of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.

Purpose:
``` DLAS2  computes the singular values of the 2-by-2 matrix
[  F   G  ]
[  0   H  ].
On return, SSMIN is the smaller singular value and SSMAX is the
larger singular value.```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] G ``` G is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] H ``` H is DOUBLE PRECISION The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] SSMIN ``` SSMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION The smaller singular value.``` [out] SSMAX ``` SSMAX is DOUBLE PRECISION The larger singular value.```
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September 2012
Further Details:
```  Barring over/underflow, all output quantities are correct to within
a few units in the last place (ulps), even in the absence of a guard

In IEEE arithmetic, the code works correctly if one matrix element is
infinite.

Overflow will not occur unless the largest singular value itself
overflows, or is within a few ulps of overflow. (On machines with
partial overflow, like the Cray, overflow may occur if the largest
singular value is within a factor of 2 of overflow.)

Underflow is harmless if underflow is gradual. Otherwise, results
may correspond to a matrix modified by perturbations of size near
the underflow threshold.```

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 subroutine dlascl ( character TYPE, integer KL, integer KU, double precision CFROM, double precision CTO, integer M, integer N, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA, integer INFO )

DLASCL multiplies a general rectangular matrix by a real scalar defined as cto/cfrom.

Purpose:
``` DLASCL multiplies the M by N real matrix A by the real scalar
CTO/CFROM.  This is done without over/underflow as long as the final
result CTO*A(I,J)/CFROM does not over/underflow. TYPE specifies that
A may be full, upper triangular, lower triangular, upper Hessenberg,
or banded.```
Parameters:
 [in] TYPE ``` TYPE is CHARACTER*1 TYPE indices the storage type of the input matrix. = 'G': A is a full matrix. = 'L': A is a lower triangular matrix. = 'U': A is an upper triangular matrix. = 'H': A is an upper Hessenberg matrix. = 'B': A is a symmetric band matrix with lower bandwidth KL and upper bandwidth KU and with the only the lower half stored. = 'Q': A is a symmetric band matrix with lower bandwidth KL and upper bandwidth KU and with the only the upper half stored. = 'Z': A is a band matrix with lower bandwidth KL and upper bandwidth KU. See DGBTRF for storage details.``` [in] KL ``` KL is INTEGER The lower bandwidth of A. Referenced only if TYPE = 'B', 'Q' or 'Z'.``` [in] KU ``` KU is INTEGER The upper bandwidth of A. Referenced only if TYPE = 'B', 'Q' or 'Z'.``` [in] CFROM ` CFROM is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] CTO ``` CTO is DOUBLE PRECISION The matrix A is multiplied by CTO/CFROM. A(I,J) is computed without over/underflow if the final result CTO*A(I,J)/CFROM can be represented without over/underflow. CFROM must be nonzero.``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in,out] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) The matrix to be multiplied by CTO/CFROM. See TYPE for the storage type.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER 0 - successful exit <0 - if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value.```
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Definition at line 140 of file dlascl.f.

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 subroutine dlasd0 ( integer N, integer SQRE, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, double precision, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, integer SMLSIZ, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

DLASD0 computes the singular values of a real upper bidiagonal n-by-m matrix B with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` Using a divide and conquer approach, DLASD0 computes the singular
value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal N-by-M
matrix B with diagonal D and offdiagonal E, where M = N + SQRE.
The algorithm computes orthogonal matrices U and VT such that
B = U * S * VT. The singular values S are overwritten on D.

A related subroutine, DLASDA, computes only the singular values,
and optionally, the singular vectors in compact form.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER On entry, the row dimension of the upper bidiagonal matrix. This is also the dimension of the main diagonal array D.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER Specifies the column dimension of the bidiagonal matrix. = 0: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N; = 1: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N+1;``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry D contains the main diagonal of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit D, if INFO = 0, contains its singular values.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (M-1) Contains the subdiagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit, E has been destroyed.``` [out] U ``` U is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension at least (LDQ, N) On exit, U contains the left singular vectors.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER On entry, leading dimension of U.``` [out] VT ``` VT is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension at least (LDVT, M) On exit, VT**T contains the right singular vectors.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER On entry, leading dimension of VT.``` [in] SMLSIZ ``` SMLSIZ is INTEGER On entry, maximum size of the subproblems at the bottom of the computation tree.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER work array. Dimension must be at least (8 * N)``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION work array. Dimension must be at least (3 * M**2 + 2 * M)``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 152 of file dlasd0.f.

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 subroutine dlasd1 ( integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision ALPHA, double precision BETA, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, double precision, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

DLASD1 computes the SVD of an upper bidiagonal matrix B of the specified size. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASD1 computes the SVD of an upper bidiagonal N-by-M matrix B,
where N = NL + NR + 1 and M = N + SQRE. DLASD1 is called from DLASD0.

A related subroutine DLASD7 handles the case in which the singular
values (and the singular vectors in factored form) are desired.

DLASD1 computes the SVD as follows:

( D1(in)    0    0       0 )
B = U(in) * (   Z1**T   a   Z2**T    b ) * VT(in)
(   0       0   D2(in)   0 )

= U(out) * ( D(out) 0) * VT(out)

where Z**T = (Z1**T a Z2**T b) = u**T VT**T, and u is a vector of dimension M
with ALPHA and BETA in the NL+1 and NL+2 th entries and zeros
elsewhere; and the entry b is empty if SQRE = 0.

The left singular vectors of the original matrix are stored in U, and
the transpose of the right singular vectors are stored in VT, and the
singular values are in D.  The algorithm consists of three stages:

The first stage consists of deflating the size of the problem
when there are multiple singular values or when there are zeros in
the Z vector.  For each such occurence the dimension of the
secular equation problem is reduced by one.  This stage is
performed by the routine DLASD2.

The second stage consists of calculating the updated
singular values. This is done by finding the square roots of the
roots of the secular equation via the routine DLASD4 (as called
by DLASD3). This routine also calculates the singular vectors of
the current problem.

The final stage consists of computing the updated singular vectors
directly using the updated singular values.  The singular vectors
for the current problem are multiplied with the singular vectors
from the overall problem.```
Parameters:
 [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has row dimension N = NL + NR + 1, and column dimension M = N + SQRE.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N = NL+NR+1). On entry D(1:NL,1:NL) contains the singular values of the upper block; and D(NL+2:N) contains the singular values of the lower block. On exit D(1:N) contains the singular values of the modified matrix.``` [in,out] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] BETA ``` BETA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] U ``` U is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(LDU,N) On entry U(1:NL, 1:NL) contains the left singular vectors of the upper block; U(NL+2:N, NL+2:N) contains the left singular vectors of the lower block. On exit U contains the left singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U. LDU >= max( 1, N ).``` [in,out] VT ``` VT is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(LDVT,M) where M = N + SQRE. On entry VT(1:NL+1, 1:NL+1)**T contains the right singular vectors of the upper block; VT(NL+2:M, NL+2:M)**T contains the right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit VT**T contains the right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT. LDVT >= max( 1, M ).``` [out] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension(N) This contains the permutation which will reintegrate the subproblem just solved back into sorted order, i.e. D( IDXQ( I = 1, N ) ) will be in ascending order.``` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension( 4 * N )` [out] WORK ` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension( 3*M**2 + 2*M )` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
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September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 204 of file dlasd1.f.

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 subroutine dlasd2 ( integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, integer K, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) Z, double precision ALPHA, double precision BETA, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, double precision, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, double precision, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, double precision, dimension( ldu2, * ) U2, integer LDU2, double precision, dimension( ldvt2, * ) VT2, integer LDVT2, integer, dimension( * ) IDXP, integer, dimension( * ) IDX, integer, dimension( * ) IDXC, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) COLTYP, integer INFO )

DLASD2 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASD2 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single
sorted set.  Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem.
There are two ways in which deflation can occur:  when two or more
singular values are close together or if there is a tiny entry in the
Z vector.  For each such occurrence the order of the related secular
equation problem is reduced by one.

DLASD2 is called from DLASD1.```
Parameters:
 [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER Contains the dimension of the non-deflated matrix, This is the order of the related secular equation. 1 <= K <=N.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(N) On entry D contains the singular values of the two submatrices to be combined. On exit D contains the trailing (N-K) updated singular values (those which were deflated) sorted into increasing order.``` [out] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(N) On exit Z contains the updating row vector in the secular equation.``` [in] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in] BETA ``` BETA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] U ``` U is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(LDU,N) On entry U contains the left singular vectors of two submatrices in the two square blocks with corners at (1,1), (NL, NL), and (NL+2, NL+2), (N,N). On exit U contains the trailing (N-K) updated left singular vectors (those which were deflated) in its last N-K columns.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U. LDU >= N.``` [in,out] VT ``` VT is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(LDVT,M) On entry VT**T contains the right singular vectors of two submatrices in the two square blocks with corners at (1,1), (NL+1, NL+1), and (NL+2, NL+2), (M,M). On exit VT**T contains the trailing (N-K) updated right singular vectors (those which were deflated) in its last N-K columns. In case SQRE =1, the last row of VT spans the right null space.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT. LDVT >= M.``` [out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) Contains a copy of the diagonal elements (K-1 singular values and one zero) in the secular equation.``` [out] U2 ``` U2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(LDU2,N) Contains a copy of the first K-1 left singular vectors which will be used by DLASD3 in a matrix multiply (DGEMM) to solve for the new left singular vectors. U2 is arranged into four blocks. The first block contains a column with 1 at NL+1 and zero everywhere else; the second block contains non-zero entries only at and above NL; the third contains non-zero entries only below NL+1; and the fourth is dense.``` [in] LDU2 ``` LDU2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U2. LDU2 >= N.``` [out] VT2 ``` VT2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(LDVT2,N) VT2**T contains a copy of the first K right singular vectors which will be used by DLASD3 in a matrix multiply (DGEMM) to solve for the new right singular vectors. VT2 is arranged into three blocks. The first block contains a row that corresponds to the special 0 diagonal element in SIGMA; the second block contains non-zeros only at and before NL +1; the third block contains non-zeros only at and after NL +2.``` [in] LDVT2 ``` LDVT2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT2. LDVT2 >= M.``` [out] IDXP ``` IDXP is INTEGER array dimension(N) This will contain the permutation used to place deflated values of D at the end of the array. On output IDXP(2:K) points to the nondeflated D-values and IDXP(K+1:N) points to the deflated singular values.``` [out] IDX ``` IDX is INTEGER array dimension(N) This will contain the permutation used to sort the contents of D into ascending order.``` [out] IDXC ``` IDXC is INTEGER array dimension(N) This will contain the permutation used to arrange the columns of the deflated U matrix into three groups: the first group contains non-zero entries only at and above NL, the second contains non-zero entries only below NL+2, and the third is dense.``` [in,out] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array dimension(N) This contains the permutation which separately sorts the two sub-problems in D into ascending order. Note that entries in the first hlaf of this permutation must first be moved one position backward; and entries in the second half must first have NL+1 added to their values.``` [out] COLTYP ``` COLTYP is INTEGER array dimension(N) As workspace, this will contain a label which will indicate which of the following types a column in the U2 matrix or a row in the VT2 matrix is: 1 : non-zero in the upper half only 2 : non-zero in the lower half only 3 : dense 4 : deflated On exit, it is an array of dimension 4, with COLTYP(I) being the dimension of the I-th type columns.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value.```
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September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 268 of file dlasd2.f.

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 subroutine dlasd3 ( integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, integer K, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( ldq, * ) Q, integer LDQ, double precision, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, double precision, dimension( ldu2, * ) U2, integer LDU2, double precision, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, double precision, dimension( ldvt2, * ) VT2, integer LDVT2, integer, dimension( * ) IDXC, integer, dimension( * ) CTOT, double precision, dimension( * ) Z, integer INFO )

DLASD3 finds all square roots of the roots of the secular equation, as defined by the values in D and Z, and then updates the singular vectors by matrix multiplication. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASD3 finds all the square roots of the roots of the secular
equation, as defined by the values in D and Z.  It makes the
appropriate calls to DLASD4 and then updates the singular
vectors by matrix multiplication.

This code makes very mild assumptions about floating point
arithmetic. It will work on machines with a guard digit in
add/subtract, or on those binary machines without guard digits
which subtract like the Cray XMP, Cray YMP, Cray C 90, or Cray 2.
It could conceivably fail on hexadecimal or decimal machines
without guard digits, but we know of none.

DLASD3 is called from DLASD1.```
Parameters:
 [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [in] K ``` K is INTEGER The size of the secular equation, 1 =< K = < N.``` [out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(K) On exit the square roots of the roots of the secular equation, in ascending order.``` [out] Q ``` Q is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension at least (LDQ,K).``` [in] LDQ ``` LDQ is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array Q. LDQ >= K.``` [in] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension(K) The first K elements of this array contain the old roots of the deflated updating problem. These are the poles of the secular equation.``` [out] U ``` U is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDU, N) The last N - K columns of this matrix contain the deflated left singular vectors.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U. LDU >= N.``` [in,out] U2 ``` U2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDU2, N) The first K columns of this matrix contain the non-deflated left singular vectors for the split problem.``` [in] LDU2 ``` LDU2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U2. LDU2 >= N.``` [out] VT ``` VT is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDVT, M) The last M - K columns of VT**T contain the deflated right singular vectors.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT. LDVT >= N.``` [in,out] VT2 ``` VT2 is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDVT2, N) The first K columns of VT2**T contain the non-deflated right singular vectors for the split problem.``` [in] LDVT2 ``` LDVT2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT2. LDVT2 >= N.``` [in] IDXC ``` IDXC is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) The permutation used to arrange the columns of U (and rows of VT) into three groups: the first group contains non-zero entries only at and above (or before) NL +1; the second contains non-zero entries only at and below (or after) NL+2; and the third is dense. The first column of U and the row of VT are treated separately, however. The rows of the singular vectors found by DLASD4 must be likewise permuted before the matrix multiplies can take place.``` [in] CTOT ``` CTOT is INTEGER array, dimension ( 4 ) A count of the total number of the various types of columns in U (or rows in VT), as described in IDXC. The fourth column type is any column which has been deflated.``` [in] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (K) The first K elements of this array contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 224 of file dlasd3.f.

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 subroutine dlasd4 ( integer N, integer I, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) Z, double precision, dimension( * ) DELTA, double precision RHO, double precision SIGMA, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

DLASD4 computes the square root of the i-th updated eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification to a positive diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` This subroutine computes the square root of the I-th updated
eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification to
a positive diagonal matrix whose entries are given as the squares
of the corresponding entries in the array d, and that

0 <= D(i) < D(j)  for  i < j

and that RHO > 0. This is arranged by the calling routine, and is
no loss in generality.  The rank-one modified system is thus

diag( D ) * diag( D ) +  RHO * Z * Z_transpose.

where we assume the Euclidean norm of Z is 1.

The method consists of approximating the rational functions in the
secular equation by simpler interpolating rational functions.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The length of all arrays.``` [in] I ``` I is INTEGER The index of the eigenvalue to be computed. 1 <= I <= N.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) The original eigenvalues. It is assumed that they are in order, 0 <= D(I) < D(J) for I < J.``` [in] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) The components of the updating vector.``` [out] DELTA ``` DELTA is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) If N .ne. 1, DELTA contains (D(j) - sigma_I) in its j-th component. If N = 1, then DELTA(1) = 1. The vector DELTA contains the information necessary to construct the (singular) eigenvectors.``` [in] RHO ``` RHO is DOUBLE PRECISION The scalar in the symmetric updating formula.``` [out] SIGMA ``` SIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION The computed sigma_I, the I-th updated eigenvalue.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) If N .ne. 1, WORK contains (D(j) + sigma_I) in its j-th component. If N = 1, then WORK( 1 ) = 1.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit > 0: if INFO = 1, the updating process failed.```
Internal Parameters:
```  Logical variable ORGATI (origin-at-i?) is used for distinguishing
whether D(i) or D(i+1) is treated as the origin.

ORGATI = .true.    origin at i
ORGATI = .false.   origin at i+1

Logical variable SWTCH3 (switch-for-3-poles?) is for noting
if we are working with THREE poles!

MAXIT is the maximum number of iterations allowed for each
eigenvalue.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ren-Cang Li, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 154 of file dlasd4.f.

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 subroutine dlasd5 ( integer I, double precision, dimension( 2 ) D, double precision, dimension( 2 ) Z, double precision, dimension( 2 ) DELTA, double precision RHO, double precision DSIGMA, double precision, dimension( 2 ) WORK )

DLASD5 computes the square root of the i-th eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification of a 2-by-2 diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` This subroutine computes the square root of the I-th eigenvalue
of a positive symmetric rank-one modification of a 2-by-2 diagonal
matrix

diag( D ) * diag( D ) +  RHO * Z * transpose(Z) .

The diagonal entries in the array D are assumed to satisfy

0 <= D(i) < D(j)  for  i < j .

We also assume RHO > 0 and that the Euclidean norm of the vector
Z is one.```
Parameters:
 [in] I ``` I is INTEGER The index of the eigenvalue to be computed. I = 1 or I = 2.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( 2 ) The original eigenvalues. We assume 0 <= D(1) < D(2).``` [in] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( 2 ) The components of the updating vector.``` [out] DELTA ``` DELTA is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( 2 ) Contains (D(j) - sigma_I) in its j-th component. The vector DELTA contains the information necessary to construct the eigenvectors.``` [in] RHO ``` RHO is DOUBLE PRECISION The scalar in the symmetric updating formula.``` [out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION The computed sigma_I, the I-th updated eigenvalue.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( 2 ) WORK contains (D(j) + sigma_I) in its j-th component.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ren-Cang Li, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 117 of file dlasd5.f.

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 subroutine dlasd6 ( integer ICOMPQ, integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) VF, double precision, dimension( * ) VL, double precision ALPHA, double precision BETA, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) PERM, integer GIVPTR, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) GIVCOL, integer LDGCOL, double precision, dimension( ldgnum, * ) GIVNUM, integer LDGNUM, double precision, dimension( ldgnum, * ) POLES, double precision, dimension( * ) DIFL, double precision, dimension( * ) DIFR, double precision, dimension( * ) Z, integer K, double precision C, double precision S, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

DLASD6 computes the SVD of an updated upper bidiagonal matrix obtained by merging two smaller ones by appending a row. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASD6 computes the SVD of an updated upper bidiagonal matrix B
obtained by merging two smaller ones by appending a row. This
routine is used only for the problem which requires all singular
values and optionally singular vector matrices in factored form.
B is an N-by-M matrix with N = NL + NR + 1 and M = N + SQRE.
A related subroutine, DLASD1, handles the case in which all singular
values and singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix are desired.

DLASD6 computes the SVD as follows:

( D1(in)    0    0       0 )
B = U(in) * (   Z1**T   a   Z2**T    b ) * VT(in)
(   0       0   D2(in)   0 )

= U(out) * ( D(out) 0) * VT(out)

where Z**T = (Z1**T a Z2**T b) = u**T VT**T, and u is a vector of dimension M
with ALPHA and BETA in the NL+1 and NL+2 th entries and zeros
elsewhere; and the entry b is empty if SQRE = 0.

The singular values of B can be computed using D1, D2, the first
components of all the right singular vectors of the lower block, and
the last components of all the right singular vectors of the upper
block. These components are stored and updated in VF and VL,
respectively, in DLASD6. Hence U and VT are not explicitly
referenced.

The singular values are stored in D. The algorithm consists of two
stages:

The first stage consists of deflating the size of the problem
when there are multiple singular values or if there is a zero
in the Z vector. For each such occurence the dimension of the
secular equation problem is reduced by one. This stage is
performed by the routine DLASD7.

The second stage consists of calculating the updated
singular values. This is done by finding the roots of the
secular equation via the routine DLASD4 (as called by DLASD8).
This routine also updates VF and VL and computes the distances
between the updated singular values and the old singular
values.

DLASD6 is called from DLASDA.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in factored form: = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors in factored form as well.``` [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has row dimension N = NL + NR + 1, and column dimension M = N + SQRE.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( NL+NR+1 ). On entry D(1:NL,1:NL) contains the singular values of the upper block, and D(NL+2:N) contains the singular values of the lower block. On exit D(1:N) contains the singular values of the modified matrix.``` [in,out] VF ``` VF is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) On entry, VF(1:NL+1) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VF(NL+2:M) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VF contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in,out] VL ``` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) On entry, VL(1:NL+1) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VL(NL+2:M) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VL contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in,out] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] BETA ``` BETA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [out] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This contains the permutation which will reintegrate the subproblem just solved back into sorted order, i.e. D( IDXQ( I = 1, N ) ) will be in ascending order.``` [out] PERM ``` PERM is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) The permutations (from deflation and sorting) to be applied to each block. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVPTR ``` GIVPTR is INTEGER The number of Givens rotations which took place in this subproblem. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVCOL ``` GIVCOL is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, 2 ) Each pair of numbers indicates a pair of columns to take place in a Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGCOL ``` LDGCOL is INTEGER leading dimension of GIVCOL, must be at least N.``` [out] GIVNUM ``` GIVNUM is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) Each number indicates the C or S value to be used in the corresponding Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGNUM ``` LDGNUM is INTEGER The leading dimension of GIVNUM and POLES, must be at least N.``` [out] POLES ``` POLES is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) On exit, POLES(1,*) is an array containing the new singular values obtained from solving the secular equation, and POLES(2,*) is an array containing the poles in the secular equation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] DIFL ``` DIFL is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) On exit, DIFL(I) is the distance between I-th updated (undeflated) singular value and the I-th (undeflated) old singular value.``` [out] DIFR ``` DIFR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 0. On exit, DIFR(I, 1) is the distance between I-th updated (undeflated) singular value and the I+1-th (undeflated) old singular value. If ICOMPQ = 1, DIFR(1:K,2) is an array containing the normalizing factors for the right singular vector matrix. See DLASD8 for details on DIFL and DIFR.``` [out] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) The first elements of this array contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER Contains the dimension of the non-deflated matrix, This is the order of the related secular equation. 1 <= K <=N.``` [out] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION C contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the C-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] S ``` S is DOUBLE PRECISION S contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the S-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] WORK ` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( 4 * M )` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension ( 3 * N )` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 312 of file dlasd6.f.

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 subroutine dlasd7 ( integer ICOMPQ, integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, integer K, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) Z, double precision, dimension( * ) ZW, double precision, dimension( * ) VF, double precision, dimension( * ) VFW, double precision, dimension( * ) VL, double precision, dimension( * ) VLW, double precision ALPHA, double precision BETA, double precision, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, integer, dimension( * ) IDX, integer, dimension( * ) IDXP, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) PERM, integer GIVPTR, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) GIVCOL, integer LDGCOL, double precision, dimension( ldgnum, * ) GIVNUM, integer LDGNUM, double precision C, double precision S, integer INFO )

DLASD7 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASD7 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single
sorted set. Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem. There
are two ways in which deflation can occur:  when two or more singular
values are close together or if there is a tiny entry in the Z
vector. For each such occurrence the order of the related
secular equation problem is reduced by one.

DLASD7 is called from DLASD6.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in compact form, as follows: = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors of upper bidiagonal matrix in compact form.``` [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER Contains the dimension of the non-deflated matrix, this is the order of the related secular equation. 1 <= K <=N.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) On entry D contains the singular values of the two submatrices to be combined. On exit D contains the trailing (N-K) updated singular values (those which were deflated) sorted into increasing order.``` [out] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) On exit Z contains the updating row vector in the secular equation.``` [out] ZW ``` ZW is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) Workspace for Z.``` [in,out] VF ``` VF is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) On entry, VF(1:NL+1) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VF(NL+2:M) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VF contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] VFW ``` VFW is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) Workspace for VF.``` [in,out] VL ``` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) On entry, VL(1:NL+1) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VL(NL+2:M) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VL contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] VLW ``` VLW is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M ) Workspace for VL.``` [in] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in] BETA ``` BETA is DOUBLE PRECISION Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) Contains a copy of the diagonal elements (K-1 singular values and one zero) in the secular equation.``` [out] IDX ``` IDX is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This will contain the permutation used to sort the contents of D into ascending order.``` [out] IDXP ``` IDXP is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This will contain the permutation used to place deflated values of D at the end of the array. On output IDXP(2:K) points to the nondeflated D-values and IDXP(K+1:N) points to the deflated singular values.``` [in] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This contains the permutation which separately sorts the two sub-problems in D into ascending order. Note that entries in the first half of this permutation must first be moved one position backward; and entries in the second half must first have NL+1 added to their values.``` [out] PERM ``` PERM is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) The permutations (from deflation and sorting) to be applied to each singular block. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVPTR ``` GIVPTR is INTEGER The number of Givens rotations which took place in this subproblem. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVCOL ``` GIVCOL is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, 2 ) Each pair of numbers indicates a pair of columns to take place in a Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGCOL ``` LDGCOL is INTEGER The leading dimension of GIVCOL, must be at least N.``` [out] GIVNUM ``` GIVNUM is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) Each number indicates the C or S value to be used in the corresponding Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGNUM ``` LDGNUM is INTEGER The leading dimension of GIVNUM, must be at least N.``` [out] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION C contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the C-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] S ``` S is DOUBLE PRECISION S contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the S-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 278 of file dlasd7.f.

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 subroutine dlasd8 ( integer ICOMPQ, integer K, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) Z, double precision, dimension( * ) VF, double precision, dimension( * ) VL, double precision, dimension( * ) DIFL, double precision, dimension( lddifr, * ) DIFR, integer LDDIFR, double precision, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

DLASD8 finds the square roots of the roots of the secular equation, and stores, for each element in D, the distance to its two nearest poles. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASD8 finds the square roots of the roots of the secular equation,
as defined by the values in DSIGMA and Z. It makes the appropriate
calls to DLASD4, and stores, for each  element in D, the distance
to its two nearest poles (elements in DSIGMA). It also updates
the arrays VF and VL, the first and last components of all the
right singular vectors of the original bidiagonal matrix.

DLASD8 is called from DLASD6.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in factored form in the calling routine: = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors in factored form as well.``` [in] K ``` K is INTEGER The number of terms in the rational function to be solved by DLASD4. K >= 1.``` [out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( K ) On output, D contains the updated singular values.``` [in,out] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( K ) On entry, the first K elements of this array contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector. On exit, Z is updated.``` [in,out] VF ``` VF is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( K ) On entry, VF contains information passed through DBEDE8. On exit, VF contains the first K components of the first components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in,out] VL ``` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( K ) On entry, VL contains information passed through DBEDE8. On exit, VL contains the first K components of the last components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] DIFL ``` DIFL is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( K ) On exit, DIFL(I) = D(I) - DSIGMA(I).``` [out] DIFR ``` DIFR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDDIFR, 2 ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( K ) if ICOMPQ = 0. On exit, DIFR(I,1) = D(I) - DSIGMA(I+1), DIFR(K,1) is not defined and will not be referenced. If ICOMPQ = 1, DIFR(1:K,2) is an array containing the normalizing factors for the right singular vector matrix.``` [in] LDDIFR ``` LDDIFR is INTEGER The leading dimension of DIFR, must be at least K.``` [in,out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( K ) On entry, the first K elements of this array contain the old roots of the deflated updating problem. These are the poles of the secular equation. On exit, the elements of DSIGMA may be very slightly altered in value.``` [out] WORK ` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension at least 3 * K` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 166 of file dlasd8.f.

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 subroutine dlasda ( integer ICOMPQ, integer SMLSIZ, integer N, integer SQRE, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) VT, integer, dimension( * ) K, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) DIFL, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) DIFR, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) Z, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) POLES, integer, dimension( * ) GIVPTR, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) GIVCOL, integer LDGCOL, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) PERM, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) GIVNUM, double precision, dimension( * ) C, double precision, dimension( * ) S, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

DLASDA computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` Using a divide and conquer approach, DLASDA computes the singular
value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal N-by-M matrix
B with diagonal D and offdiagonal E, where M = N + SQRE. The
algorithm computes the singular values in the SVD B = U * S * VT.
The orthogonal matrices U and VT are optionally computed in
compact form.

A related subroutine, DLASD0, computes the singular values and
the singular vectors in explicit form.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in compact form, as follows = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors of upper bidiagonal matrix in compact form.``` [in] SMLSIZ ``` SMLSIZ is INTEGER The maximum size of the subproblems at the bottom of the computation tree.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper bidiagonal matrix. This is also the dimension of the main diagonal array D.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER Specifies the column dimension of the bidiagonal matrix. = 0: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N; = 1: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N + 1.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) On entry D contains the main diagonal of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit D, if INFO = 0, contains its singular values.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( M-1 ) Contains the subdiagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit, E has been destroyed.``` [out] U ``` U is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, SMLSIZ ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, U contains the left singular vector matrices of all subproblems at the bottom level.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER, LDU = > N. The leading dimension of arrays U, VT, DIFL, DIFR, POLES, GIVNUM, and Z.``` [out] VT ``` VT is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, SMLSIZ+1 ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, VT**T contains the right singular vector matrices of all subproblems at the bottom level.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension 1 if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, K(I) is the dimension of the I-th secular equation on the computation tree.``` [out] DIFL ``` DIFL is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, NLVL ), where NLVL = floor(log_2 (N/SMLSIZ))).``` [out] DIFR ``` DIFR is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, DIFL(1:N, I) and DIFR(1:N, 2 * I - 1) record distances between singular values on the I-th level and singular values on the (I -1)-th level, and DIFR(1:N, 2 * I ) contains the normalizing factors for the right singular vector matrix. See DLASD8 for details.``` [out] Z ``` Z is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 0. The first K elements of Z(1, I) contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector for subproblems on the I-th level.``` [out] POLES ``` POLES is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, POLES(1, 2*I - 1) and POLES(1, 2*I) contain the new and old singular values involved in the secular equations on the I-th level.``` [out] GIVPTR ``` GIVPTR is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, GIVPTR( I ) records the number of Givens rotations performed on the I-th problem on the computation tree.``` [out] GIVCOL ``` GIVCOL is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, for each I, GIVCOL(1, 2 *I - 1) and GIVCOL(1, 2 *I) record the locations of Givens rotations performed on the I-th level on the computation tree.``` [in] LDGCOL ``` LDGCOL is INTEGER, LDGCOL = > N. The leading dimension of arrays GIVCOL and PERM.``` [out] PERM ``` PERM is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, PERM(1, I) records permutations done on the I-th level of the computation tree.``` [out] GIVNUM ``` GIVNUM is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( LDU, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, for each I, GIVNUM(1, 2 *I - 1) and GIVNUM(1, 2 *I) record the C- and S- values of Givens rotations performed on the I-th level on the computation tree.``` [out] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and dimension 1 if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1 and the I-th subproblem is not square, on exit, C( I ) contains the C-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space of the I-th subproblem.``` [out] S ``` S is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and dimension 1 if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1 and the I-th subproblem is not square, on exit, S( I ) contains the S-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space of the I-th subproblem.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (6 * N + (SMLSIZ + 1)*(SMLSIZ + 1)).``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array. Dimension must be at least (7 * N).``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
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September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 273 of file dlasda.f.

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 subroutine dlasdq ( character UPLO, integer SQRE, integer N, integer NCVT, integer NRU, integer NCC, double precision, dimension( * ) D, double precision, dimension( * ) E, double precision, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, double precision, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, double precision, dimension( ldc, * ) C, integer LDC, double precision, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

DLASDQ computes the SVD of a real bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASDQ computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real
(upper or lower) bidiagonal matrix with diagonal D and offdiagonal
E, accumulating the transformations if desired. Letting B denote
the input bidiagonal matrix, the algorithm computes orthogonal
matrices Q and P such that B = Q * S * P**T (P**T denotes the transpose
of P). The singular values S are overwritten on D.

The input matrix U  is changed to U  * Q  if desired.
The input matrix VT is changed to P**T * VT if desired.
The input matrix C  is changed to Q**T * C  if desired.

See "Computing  Small Singular Values of Bidiagonal Matrices With
Guaranteed High Relative Accuracy," by J. Demmel and W. Kahan,
LAPACK Working Note #3, for a detailed description of the algorithm.```
Parameters:
 [in] UPLO ``` UPLO is CHARACTER*1 On entry, UPLO specifies whether the input bidiagonal matrix is upper or lower bidiagonal, and wether it is square are not. UPLO = 'U' or 'u' B is upper bidiagonal. UPLO = 'L' or 'l' B is lower bidiagonal.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: then the input matrix is N-by-N. = 1: then the input matrix is N-by-(N+1) if UPLU = 'U' and (N+1)-by-N if UPLU = 'L'. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER On entry, N specifies the number of rows and columns in the matrix. N must be at least 0.``` [in] NCVT ``` NCVT is INTEGER On entry, NCVT specifies the number of columns of the matrix VT. NCVT must be at least 0.``` [in] NRU ``` NRU is INTEGER On entry, NRU specifies the number of rows of the matrix U. NRU must be at least 0.``` [in] NCC ``` NCC is INTEGER On entry, NCC specifies the number of columns of the matrix C. NCC must be at least 0.``` [in,out] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) On entry, D contains the diagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix whose SVD is desired. On normal exit, D contains the singular values in ascending order.``` [in,out] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array. dimension is (N-1) if SQRE = 0 and N if SQRE = 1. On entry, the entries of E contain the offdiagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix whose SVD is desired. On normal exit, E will contain 0. If the algorithm does not converge, D and E will contain the diagonal and superdiagonal entries of a bidiagonal matrix orthogonally equivalent to the one given as input.``` [in,out] VT ``` VT is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDVT, NCVT) On entry, contains a matrix which on exit has been premultiplied by P**T, dimension N-by-NCVT if SQRE = 0 and (N+1)-by-NCVT if SQRE = 1 (not referenced if NCVT=0).``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER On entry, LDVT specifies the leading dimension of VT as declared in the calling (sub) program. LDVT must be at least 1. If NCVT is nonzero LDVT must also be at least N.``` [in,out] U ``` U is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDU, N) On entry, contains a matrix which on exit has been postmultiplied by Q, dimension NRU-by-N if SQRE = 0 and NRU-by-(N+1) if SQRE = 1 (not referenced if NRU=0).``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER On entry, LDU specifies the leading dimension of U as declared in the calling (sub) program. LDU must be at least max( 1, NRU ) .``` [in,out] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDC, NCC) On entry, contains an N-by-NCC matrix which on exit has been premultiplied by Q**T dimension N-by-NCC if SQRE = 0 and (N+1)-by-NCC if SQRE = 1 (not referenced if NCC=0).``` [in] LDC ``` LDC is INTEGER On entry, LDC specifies the leading dimension of C as declared in the calling (sub) program. LDC must be at least 1. If NCC is nonzero, LDC must also be at least N.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (4*N) Workspace. Only referenced if one of NCVT, NRU, or NCC is nonzero, and if N is at least 2.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER On exit, a value of 0 indicates a successful exit. If INFO < 0, argument number -INFO is illegal. If INFO > 0, the algorithm did not converge, and INFO specifies how many superdiagonals did not converge.```
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September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

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 subroutine dlasdt ( integer N, integer LVL, integer ND, integer, dimension( * ) INODE, integer, dimension( * ) NDIML, integer, dimension( * ) NDIMR, integer MSUB )

DLASDT creates a tree of subproblems for bidiagonal divide and conquer. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` DLASDT creates a tree of subproblems for bidiagonal divide and
conquer.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER On entry, the number of diagonal elements of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] LVL ``` LVL is INTEGER On exit, the number of levels on the computation tree.``` [out] ND ``` ND is INTEGER On exit, the number of nodes on the tree.``` [out] INODE ``` INODE is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) On exit, centers of subproblems.``` [out] NDIML ``` NDIML is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) On exit, row dimensions of left children.``` [out] NDIMR ``` NDIMR is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) On exit, row dimensions of right children.``` [in] MSUB ``` MSUB is INTEGER On entry, the maximum row dimension each subproblem at the bottom of the tree can be of.```
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September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

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 subroutine dlaset ( character UPLO, integer M, integer N, double precision ALPHA, double precision BETA, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA )

DLASET initializes the off-diagonal elements and the diagonal elements of a matrix to given values.

Purpose:
``` DLASET initializes an m-by-n matrix A to BETA on the diagonal and
ALPHA on the offdiagonals.```
Parameters:
 [in] UPLO ``` UPLO is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the part of the matrix A to be set. = 'U': Upper triangular part is set; the strictly lower triangular part of A is not changed. = 'L': Lower triangular part is set; the strictly upper triangular part of A is not changed. Otherwise: All of the matrix A is set.``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is DOUBLE PRECISION The constant to which the offdiagonal elements are to be set.``` [in] BETA ``` BETA is DOUBLE PRECISION The constant to which the diagonal elements are to be set.``` [in,out] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) On exit, the leading m-by-n submatrix of A is set as follows: if UPLO = 'U', A(i,j) = ALPHA, 1<=i<=j-1, 1<=j<=n, if UPLO = 'L', A(i,j) = ALPHA, j+1<=i<=m, 1<=j<=n, otherwise, A(i,j) = ALPHA, 1<=i<=m, 1<=j<=n, i.ne.j, and, for all UPLO, A(i,i) = BETA, 1<=i<=min(m,n).``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).```
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Definition at line 111 of file dlaset.f.

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 subroutine dlasr ( character SIDE, character PIVOT, character DIRECT, integer M, integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) C, double precision, dimension( * ) S, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA )

DLASR applies a sequence of plane rotations to a general rectangular matrix.

Purpose:
``` DLASR applies a sequence of plane rotations to a real matrix A,
from either the left or the right.

When SIDE = 'L', the transformation takes the form

A := P*A

and when SIDE = 'R', the transformation takes the form

A := A*P**T

where P is an orthogonal matrix consisting of a sequence of z plane
rotations, with z = M when SIDE = 'L' and z = N when SIDE = 'R',
and P**T is the transpose of P.

When DIRECT = 'F' (Forward sequence), then

P = P(z-1) * ... * P(2) * P(1)

and when DIRECT = 'B' (Backward sequence), then

P = P(1) * P(2) * ... * P(z-1)

where P(k) is a plane rotation matrix defined by the 2-by-2 rotation

R(k) = (  c(k)  s(k) )
= ( -s(k)  c(k) ).

When PIVOT = 'V' (Variable pivot), the rotation is performed
for the plane (k,k+1), i.e., P(k) has the form

P(k) = (  1                                            )
(       ...                                     )
(              1                                )
(                   c(k)  s(k)                  )
(                  -s(k)  c(k)                  )
(                                1              )
(                                     ...       )
(                                            1  )

where R(k) appears as a rank-2 modification to the identity matrix in
rows and columns k and k+1.

When PIVOT = 'T' (Top pivot), the rotation is performed for the
plane (1,k+1), so P(k) has the form

P(k) = (  c(k)                    s(k)                 )
(         1                                     )
(              ...                              )
(                     1                         )
( -s(k)                    c(k)                 )
(                                 1             )
(                                      ...      )
(                                             1 )

where R(k) appears in rows and columns 1 and k+1.

Similarly, when PIVOT = 'B' (Bottom pivot), the rotation is
performed for the plane (k,z), giving P(k) the form

P(k) = ( 1                                             )
(      ...                                      )
(             1                                 )
(                  c(k)                    s(k) )
(                         1                     )
(                              ...              )
(                                     1         )
(                 -s(k)                    c(k) )

where R(k) appears in rows and columns k and z.  The rotations are
performed without ever forming P(k) explicitly.```
Parameters:
 [in] SIDE ``` SIDE is CHARACTER*1 Specifies whether the plane rotation matrix P is applied to A on the left or the right. = 'L': Left, compute A := P*A = 'R': Right, compute A:= A*P**T``` [in] PIVOT ``` PIVOT is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the plane for which P(k) is a plane rotation matrix. = 'V': Variable pivot, the plane (k,k+1) = 'T': Top pivot, the plane (1,k+1) = 'B': Bottom pivot, the plane (k,z)``` [in] DIRECT ``` DIRECT is CHARACTER*1 Specifies whether P is a forward or backward sequence of plane rotations. = 'F': Forward, P = P(z-1)*...*P(2)*P(1) = 'B': Backward, P = P(1)*P(2)*...*P(z-1)``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. If m <= 1, an immediate return is effected.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. If n <= 1, an immediate return is effected.``` [in] C ``` C is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (M-1) if SIDE = 'L' (N-1) if SIDE = 'R' The cosines c(k) of the plane rotations.``` [in] S ``` S is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (M-1) if SIDE = 'L' (N-1) if SIDE = 'R' The sines s(k) of the plane rotations. The 2-by-2 plane rotation part of the matrix P(k), R(k), has the form R(k) = ( c(k) s(k) ) ( -s(k) c(k) ).``` [in,out] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) The M-by-N matrix A. On exit, A is overwritten by P*A if SIDE = 'R' or by A*P**T if SIDE = 'L'.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).```
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Definition at line 200 of file dlasr.f.

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 subroutine dlassq ( integer N, double precision, dimension( * ) X, integer INCX, double precision SCALE, double precision SUMSQ )

DLASSQ updates a sum of squares represented in scaled form.

Purpose:
``` DLASSQ  returns the values  scl  and  smsq  such that

( scl**2 )*smsq = x( 1 )**2 +...+ x( n )**2 + ( scale**2 )*sumsq,

where  x( i ) = X( 1 + ( i - 1 )*INCX ). The value of  sumsq  is
assumed to be non-negative and  scl  returns the value

scl = max( scale, abs( x( i ) ) ).

scale and sumsq must be supplied in SCALE and SUMSQ and
scl and smsq are overwritten on SCALE and SUMSQ respectively.

The routine makes only one pass through the vector x.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of elements to be used from the vector X.``` [in] X ``` X is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) The vector for which a scaled sum of squares is computed. x( i ) = X( 1 + ( i - 1 )*INCX ), 1 <= i <= n.``` [in] INCX ``` INCX is INTEGER The increment between successive values of the vector X. INCX > 0.``` [in,out] SCALE ``` SCALE is DOUBLE PRECISION On entry, the value scale in the equation above. On exit, SCALE is overwritten with scl , the scaling factor for the sum of squares.``` [in,out] SUMSQ ``` SUMSQ is DOUBLE PRECISION On entry, the value sumsq in the equation above. On exit, SUMSQ is overwritten with smsq , the basic sum of squares from which scl has been factored out.```
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Definition at line 104 of file dlassq.f.

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 subroutine dlasv2 ( double precision F, double precision G, double precision H, double precision SSMIN, double precision SSMAX, double precision SNR, double precision CSR, double precision SNL, double precision CSL )

DLASV2 computes the singular value decomposition of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.

Purpose:
``` DLASV2 computes the singular value decomposition of a 2-by-2
triangular matrix
[  F   G  ]
[  0   H  ].
On return, abs(SSMAX) is the larger singular value, abs(SSMIN) is the
smaller singular value, and (CSL,SNL) and (CSR,SNR) are the left and
right singular vectors for abs(SSMAX), giving the decomposition

[ CSL  SNL ] [  F   G  ] [ CSR -SNR ]  =  [ SSMAX   0   ]
[-SNL  CSL ] [  0   H  ] [ SNR  CSR ]     [  0    SSMIN ].```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] G ``` G is DOUBLE PRECISION The (1,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] H ``` H is DOUBLE PRECISION The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] SSMIN ``` SSMIN is DOUBLE PRECISION abs(SSMIN) is the smaller singular value.``` [out] SSMAX ``` SSMAX is DOUBLE PRECISION abs(SSMAX) is the larger singular value.``` [out] SNL ` SNL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [out] CSL ``` CSL is DOUBLE PRECISION The vector (CSL, SNL) is a unit left singular vector for the singular value abs(SSMAX).``` [out] SNR ` SNR is DOUBLE PRECISION` [out] CSR ``` CSR is DOUBLE PRECISION The vector (CSR, SNR) is a unit right singular vector for the singular value abs(SSMAX).```
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Further Details:
```  Any input parameter may be aliased with any output parameter.

Barring over/underflow and assuming a guard digit in subtraction, all
output quantities are correct to within a few units in the last
place (ulps).

In IEEE arithmetic, the code works correctly if one matrix element is
infinite.

Overflow will not occur unless the largest singular value itself
overflows or is within a few ulps of overflow. (On machines with
partial overflow, like the Cray, overflow may occur if the largest
singular value is within a factor of 2 of overflow.)

Underflow is harmless if underflow is gradual. Otherwise, results
may correspond to a matrix modified by perturbations of size near
the underflow threshold.```

Definition at line 139 of file dlasv2.f.

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 DOUBLE PRECISION function dsecnd ( )

DSECND Using ETIME

DSECND returns nothing

DSECND Using the INTERNAL function ETIME.

DSECND Using INTERNAL function CPU_TIME.

DSECND Using ETIME_

Purpose:
```  DSECND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the EXTERNAL system function ETIME.```
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Purpose:
```  DSECND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the system function ETIME_.```
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Purpose:
```  DSECND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the INTERNAL function CPU_TIME.```
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Purpose:
```  DSECND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the INTERNAL function ETIME.```
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Purpose:
```  DSECND returns nothing instead of returning the user time for a process in seconds.
If you are using that routine, it means that neither EXTERNAL ETIME,
EXTERNAL ETIME_, INTERNAL ETIME, INTERNAL CPU_TIME is available  on
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Definition at line 36 of file dsecnd_EXT_ETIME.f.

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 INTEGER function ieeeck ( integer ISPEC, real ZERO, real ONE )

IEEECK

Purpose:
``` IEEECK is called from the ILAENV to verify that Infinity and
possibly NaN arithmetic is safe (i.e. will not trap).```
Parameters:
 [in] ISPEC ``` ISPEC is INTEGER Specifies whether to test just for inifinity arithmetic or whether to test for infinity and NaN arithmetic. = 0: Verify infinity arithmetic only. = 1: Verify infinity and NaN arithmetic.``` [in] ZERO ``` ZERO is REAL Must contain the value 0.0 This is passed to prevent the compiler from optimizing away this code.``` [in] ONE ``` ONE is REAL Must contain the value 1.0 This is passed to prevent the compiler from optimizing away this code. RETURN VALUE: INTEGER = 0: Arithmetic failed to produce the correct answers = 1: Arithmetic produced the correct answers```
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Definition at line 83 of file ieeeck.f.

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 INTEGER function iladlc ( integer M, integer N, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA )

ILADLC scans a matrix for its last non-zero column.

Purpose:
` ILADLC scans A for its last non-zero column.`
Parameters:
 [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A.``` [in] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) The m by n matrix A.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).```
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Definition at line 79 of file iladlc.f.

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 INTEGER function iladlr ( integer M, integer N, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA )

ILADLR scans a matrix for its last non-zero row.

Purpose:
` ILADLR scans A for its last non-zero row.`
Parameters:
 [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A.``` [in] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) The m by n matrix A.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).```
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Definition at line 79 of file iladlr.f.

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 INTEGER function ilaenv ( integer ISPEC, character*( * ) NAME, character*( * ) OPTS, integer N1, integer N2, integer N3, integer N4 )

ILAENV

Purpose:
``` ILAENV is called from the LAPACK routines to choose problem-dependent
parameters for the local environment.  See ISPEC for a description of
the parameters.

ILAENV returns an INTEGER
if ILAENV >= 0: ILAENV returns the value of the parameter specified by ISPEC
if ILAENV < 0:  if ILAENV = -k, the k-th argument had an illegal value.

This version provides a set of parameters which should give good,
but not optimal, performance on many of the currently available
computers.  Users are encouraged to modify this subroutine to set
the tuning parameters for their particular machine using the option
and problem size information in the arguments.

This routine will not function correctly if it is converted to all
lower case.  Converting it to all upper case is allowed.```
Parameters:
 [in] ISPEC ``` ISPEC is INTEGER Specifies the parameter to be returned as the value of ILAENV. = 1: the optimal blocksize; if this value is 1, an unblocked algorithm will give the best performance. = 2: the minimum block size for which the block routine should be used; if the usable block size is less than this value, an unblocked routine should be used. = 3: the crossover point (in a block routine, for N less than this value, an unblocked routine should be used) = 4: the number of shifts, used in the nonsymmetric eigenvalue routines (DEPRECATED) = 5: the minimum column dimension for blocking to be used; rectangular blocks must have dimension at least k by m, where k is given by ILAENV(2,...) and m by ILAENV(5,...) = 6: the crossover point for the SVD (when reducing an m by n matrix to bidiagonal form, if max(m,n)/min(m,n) exceeds this value, a QR factorization is used first to reduce the matrix to a triangular form.) = 7: the number of processors = 8: the crossover point for the multishift QR method for nonsymmetric eigenvalue problems (DEPRECATED) = 9: maximum size of the subproblems at the bottom of the computation tree in the divide-and-conquer algorithm (used by xGELSD and xGESDD) =10: ieee NaN arithmetic can be trusted not to trap =11: infinity arithmetic can be trusted not to trap 12 <= ISPEC <= 16: xHSEQR or one of its subroutines, see IPARMQ for detailed explanation``` [in] NAME ``` NAME is CHARACTER*(*) The name of the calling subroutine, in either upper case or lower case.``` [in] OPTS ``` OPTS is CHARACTER*(*) The character options to the subroutine NAME, concatenated into a single character string. For example, UPLO = 'U', TRANS = 'T', and DIAG = 'N' for a triangular routine would be specified as OPTS = 'UTN'.``` [in] N1 ` N1 is INTEGER` [in] N2 ` N2 is INTEGER` [in] N3 ` N3 is INTEGER` [in] N4 ``` N4 is INTEGER Problem dimensions for the subroutine NAME; these may not all be required.```
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November 2011
Further Details:
```  The following conventions have been used when calling ILAENV from the
LAPACK routines:
1)  OPTS is a concatenation of all of the character options to
subroutine NAME, in the same order that they appear in the
argument list for NAME, even if they are not used in determining
the value of the parameter specified by ISPEC.
2)  The problem dimensions N1, N2, N3, N4 are specified in the order
that they appear in the argument list for NAME.  N1 is used
first, N2 second, and so on, and unused problem dimensions are
passed a value of -1.
3)  The parameter value returned by ILAENV is checked for validity in
the calling subroutine.  For example, ILAENV is used to retrieve
the optimal blocksize for STRTRI as follows:

NB = ILAENV( 1, 'STRTRI', UPLO // DIAG, N, -1, -1, -1 )
IF( NB.LE.1 ) NB = MAX( 1, N )```

Definition at line 163 of file ilaenv.f.

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 subroutine ilaver ( integer VERS_MAJOR, integer VERS_MINOR, integer VERS_PATCH )

ILAVER returns the LAPACK version.

Purpose:
`  This subroutine returns the LAPACK version.`
Parameters:
 [out] VERS_MAJOR return the lapack major version [out] VERS_MINOR return the lapack minor version from the major version [out] VERS_PATCH return the lapack patch version from the minor version
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September 2012

Definition at line 49 of file ilaver.f.

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 INTEGER function iparmq ( integer ISPEC, character, dimension( * ) NAME, character, dimension( * ) OPTS, integer N, integer ILO, integer IHI, integer LWORK )

IPARMQ

Purpose:
```      This program sets problem and machine dependent parameters
useful for xHSEQR and its subroutines. It is called whenever
ILAENV is called with 12 <= ISPEC <= 16```
Parameters:
 [in] ISPEC ``` ISPEC is integer scalar ISPEC specifies which tunable parameter IPARMQ should return. ISPEC=12: (INMIN) Matrices of order nmin or less are sent directly to xLAHQR, the implicit double shift QR algorithm. NMIN must be at least 11. ISPEC=13: (INWIN) Size of the deflation window. This is best set greater than or equal to the number of simultaneous shifts NS. Larger matrices benefit from larger deflation windows. ISPEC=14: (INIBL) Determines when to stop nibbling and invest in an (expensive) multi-shift QR sweep. If the aggressive early deflation subroutine finds LD converged eigenvalues from an order NW deflation window and LD.GT.(NW*NIBBLE)/100, then the next QR sweep is skipped and early deflation is applied immediately to the remaining active diagonal block. Setting IPARMQ(ISPEC=14) = 0 causes TTQRE to skip a multi-shift QR sweep whenever early deflation finds a converged eigenvalue. Setting IPARMQ(ISPEC=14) greater than or equal to 100 prevents TTQRE from skipping a multi-shift QR sweep. ISPEC=15: (NSHFTS) The number of simultaneous shifts in a multi-shift QR iteration. ISPEC=16: (IACC22) IPARMQ is set to 0, 1 or 2 with the following meanings. 0: During the multi-shift QR sweep, xLAQR5 does not accumulate reflections and does not use matrix-matrix multiply to update the far-from-diagonal matrix entries. 1: During the multi-shift QR sweep, xLAQR5 and/or xLAQRaccumulates reflections and uses matrix-matrix multiply to update the far-from-diagonal matrix entries. 2: During the multi-shift QR sweep. xLAQR5 accumulates reflections and takes advantage of 2-by-2 block structure during matrix-matrix multiplies. (If xTRMM is slower than xGEMM, then IPARMQ(ISPEC=16)=1 may be more efficient than IPARMQ(ISPEC=16)=2 despite the greater level of arithmetic work implied by the latter choice.)``` [in] NAME ``` NAME is character string Name of the calling subroutine``` [in] OPTS ``` OPTS is character string This is a concatenation of the string arguments to TTQRE.``` [in] N ``` N is integer scalar N is the order of the Hessenberg matrix H.``` [in] ILO ` ILO is INTEGER` [in] IHI ``` IHI is INTEGER It is assumed that H is already upper triangular in rows and columns 1:ILO-1 and IHI+1:N.``` [in] LWORK ``` LWORK is integer scalar The amount of workspace available.```
Date:
November 2011
Further Details:
```       Little is known about how best to choose these parameters.
It is possible to use different values of the parameters
for each of CHSEQR, DHSEQR, SHSEQR and ZHSEQR.

It is probably best to choose different parameters for
different matrices and different parameters at different
times during the iteration, but this has not been
implemented --- yet.

The best choices of most of the parameters depend
in an ill-understood way on the relative execution
rate of xLAQR3 and xLAQR5 and on the nature of each
particular eigenvalue problem.  Experiment may be the
only practical way to determine which choices are most
effective.

Following is a list of default values supplied by IPARMQ.
These defaults may be adjusted in order to attain better
performance in any particular computational environment.

IPARMQ(ISPEC=12) The xLAHQR vs xLAQR0 crossover point.
Default: 75. (Must be at least 11.)

IPARMQ(ISPEC=13) Recommended deflation window size.
This depends on ILO, IHI and NS, the
number of simultaneous shifts returned
by IPARMQ(ISPEC=15).  The default for
(IHI-ILO+1).LE.500 is NS.  The default
for (IHI-ILO+1).GT.500 is 3*NS/2.

IPARMQ(ISPEC=14) Nibble crossover point.  Default: 14.

IPARMQ(ISPEC=15) Number of simultaneous shifts, NS.
a multi-shift QR iteration.

If IHI-ILO+1 is ...

greater than      ...but less    ... the
or equal to ...      than        default is

0               30       NS =   2+
30               60       NS =   4+
60              150       NS =  10
150              590       NS =  **
590             3000       NS =  64
3000             6000       NS = 128
6000             infinity   NS = 256

(+)  By default matrices of this order are
passed to the implicit double shift routine
xLAHQR.  See IPARMQ(ISPEC=12) above.   These
values of NS are used only in case of a rare
xLAHQR failure.

(**) The asterisks (**) indicate an ad-hoc
function increasing from 10 to 64.

IPARMQ(ISPEC=16) Select structured matrix multiply.
(See ISPEC=16 above for details.)
Default: 3.```

Definition at line 215 of file iparmq.f.

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 LOGICAL function lsame ( character CA, character CB )

LSAME

Purpose:
``` LSAME returns .TRUE. if CA is the same letter as CB regardless of
case.```
Parameters:
 [in] CA ` ` [in] CB ` CA and CB specify the single characters to be compared.`
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November 2011

Definition at line 52 of file lsame.f.

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 LOGICAL function lsamen ( integer N, character*( * ) CA, character*( * ) CB )

LSAMEN

Purpose:
``` LSAMEN  tests if the first N letters of CA are the same as the
first N letters of CB, regardless of case.
LSAMEN returns .TRUE. if CA and CB are equivalent except for case
and .FALSE. otherwise.  LSAMEN also returns .FALSE. if LEN( CA )
or LEN( CB ) is less than N.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of characters in CA and CB to be compared.``` [in] CA ` CA is CHARACTER*(*)` [in] CB ``` CB is CHARACTER*(*) CA and CB specify two character strings of length at least N. Only the first N characters of each string will be accessed.```
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November 2011

Definition at line 75 of file lsamen.f.

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 REAL function second ( )

SECOND Using ETIME

SECOND returns nothing

SECOND Using the INTERNAL function ETIME.

SECOND Using INTERNAL function CPU_TIME.

SECOND Using ETIME_

Purpose:
```  SECOND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the EXTERNAL system function ETIME.```
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November 2011
Purpose:
```  SECOND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the system function ETIME_.```
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November 2011
Purpose:
```  SECOND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the INTERNAL function CPU_TIME.```
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November 2011
Purpose:
```  SECOND returns the user time for a process in seconds.
This version gets the time from the INTERNAL function ETIME.```
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Purpose:
```  SECOND returns nothing instead of returning the user time for a process in seconds.
If you are using that routine, it means that neither EXTERNAL ETIME,
EXTERNAL ETIME_, INTERNAL ETIME, INTERNAL CPU_TIME is available  on
Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 36 of file second_EXT_ETIME.f.

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 LOGICAL function sisnan ( real SIN )

SISNAN tests input for NaN.

Purpose:
``` SISNAN returns .TRUE. if its argument is NaN, and .FALSE.
otherwise.  To be replaced by the Fortran 2003 intrinsic in the
future.```
Parameters:
 [in] SIN ``` SIN is REAL Input to test for NaN.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 60 of file sisnan.f.

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 subroutine slabad ( real SMALL, real LARGE )

Purpose:
``` SLABAD takes as input the values computed by SLAMCH for underflow and
overflow, and returns the square root of each of these values if the
log of LARGE is sufficiently large.  This subroutine is intended to
identify machines with a large exponent range, such as the Crays, and
redefine the underflow and overflow limits to be the square roots of
the values computed by SLAMCH.  This subroutine is needed because
SLAMCH does not compensate for poor arithmetic in the upper half of
the exponent range, as is found on a Cray.```
Parameters:
 [in,out] SMALL ``` SMALL is REAL On entry, the underflow threshold as computed by SLAMCH. On exit, if LOG10(LARGE) is sufficiently large, the square root of SMALL, otherwise unchanged.``` [in,out] LARGE ``` LARGE is REAL On entry, the overflow threshold as computed by SLAMCH. On exit, if LOG10(LARGE) is sufficiently large, the square root of LARGE, otherwise unchanged.```
Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 75 of file slabad.f.

 subroutine slacpy ( character UPLO, integer M, integer N, real, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA, real, dimension( ldb, * ) B, integer LDB )

SLACPY copies all or part of one two-dimensional array to another.

Purpose:
``` SLACPY copies all or part of a two-dimensional matrix A to another
matrix B.```
Parameters:
 [in] UPLO ``` UPLO is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the part of the matrix A to be copied to B. = 'U': Upper triangular part = 'L': Lower triangular part Otherwise: All of the matrix A``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in] A ``` A is REAL array, dimension (LDA,N) The m by n matrix A. If UPLO = 'U', only the upper triangle or trapezoid is accessed; if UPLO = 'L', only the lower triangle or trapezoid is accessed.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).``` [out] B ``` B is REAL array, dimension (LDB,N) On exit, B = A in the locations specified by UPLO.``` [in] LDB ``` LDB is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array B. LDB >= max(1,M).```
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September 2012

Definition at line 104 of file slacpy.f.

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 subroutine sladiv ( real A, real B, real C, real D, real P, real Q )

SLADIV performs complex division in real arithmetic, avoiding unnecessary overflow.

Purpose:
``` SLADIV performs complex division in  real arithmetic

a + i*b
p + i*q = ---------
c + i*d

The algorithm is due to Robert L. Smith and can be found
in D. Knuth, The art of Computer Programming, Vol.2, p.195```
Parameters:
 [in] A ` A is REAL` [in] B ` B is REAL` [in] C ` C is REAL` [in] D ``` D is REAL The scalars a, b, c, and d in the above expression.``` [out] P ` P is REAL` [out] Q ``` Q is REAL The scalars p and q in the above expression.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 91 of file sladiv.f.

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 subroutine slae2 ( real A, real B, real C, real RT1, real RT2 )

SLAE2 computes the eigenvalues of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLAE2  computes the eigenvalues of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix
[  A   B  ]
[  B   C  ].
On return, RT1 is the eigenvalue of larger absolute value, and RT2
is the eigenvalue of smaller absolute value.```
Parameters:
 [in] A ``` A is REAL The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] B ``` B is REAL The (1,2) and (2,1) elements of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] C ``` C is REAL The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] RT1 ``` RT1 is REAL The eigenvalue of larger absolute value.``` [out] RT2 ``` RT2 is REAL The eigenvalue of smaller absolute value.```
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September 2012
Further Details:
```  RT1 is accurate to a few ulps barring over/underflow.

RT2 may be inaccurate if there is massive cancellation in the
determinant A*C-B*B; higher precision or correctly rounded or
correctly truncated arithmetic would be needed to compute RT2
accurately in all cases.

Overflow is possible only if RT1 is within a factor of 5 of overflow.
Underflow is harmless if the input data is 0 or exceeds
underflow_threshold / macheps.```

Definition at line 103 of file slae2.f.

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 subroutine slaebz ( integer IJOB, integer NITMAX, integer N, integer MMAX, integer MINP, integer NBMIN, real ABSTOL, real RELTOL, real PIVMIN, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( * ) E2, integer, dimension( * ) NVAL, real, dimension( mmax, * ) AB, real, dimension( * ) C, integer MOUT, integer, dimension( mmax, * ) NAB, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

SLAEBZ computes the number of eigenvalues of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix which are less than or equal to a given value, and performs other tasks required by the routine sstebz.

Purpose:
``` SLAEBZ contains the iteration loops which compute and use the
function N(w), which is the count of eigenvalues of a symmetric
tridiagonal matrix T less than or equal to its argument  w.  It
performs a choice of two types of loops:

IJOB=1, followed by
IJOB=2: It takes as input a list of intervals and returns a list of
sufficiently small intervals whose union contains the same
eigenvalues as the union of the original intervals.
The input intervals are (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)], j=1,...,MINP.
The output interval (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] will contain
eigenvalues NAB(j,1)+1,...,NAB(j,2), where 1 <= j <= MOUT.

IJOB=3: It performs a binary search in each input interval
(AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] for a point  w(j)  such that
N(w(j))=NVAL(j), and uses  C(j)  as the starting point of
the search.  If such a w(j) is found, then on output
AB(j,1)=AB(j,2)=w.  If no such w(j) is found, then on output
(AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] will be a small interval containing the
point where N(w) jumps through NVAL(j), unless that point
lies outside the initial interval.

Note that the intervals are in all cases half-open intervals,
i.e., of the form  (a,b] , which includes  b  but not  a .

To avoid underflow, the matrix should be scaled so that its largest
element is no greater than  overflow**(1/2) * underflow**(1/4)
in absolute value.  To assure the most accurate computation
of small eigenvalues, the matrix should be scaled to be
not much smaller than that, either.

See W. Kahan "Accurate Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Tridiagonal
Matrix", Report CS41, Computer Science Dept., Stanford
University, July 21, 1966

Note: the arguments are, in general, *not* checked for unreasonable
values.```
Parameters:
 [in] IJOB ``` IJOB is INTEGER Specifies what is to be done: = 1: Compute NAB for the initial intervals. = 2: Perform bisection iteration to find eigenvalues of T. = 3: Perform bisection iteration to invert N(w), i.e., to find a point which has a specified number of eigenvalues of T to its left. Other values will cause SLAEBZ to return with INFO=-1.``` [in] NITMAX ``` NITMAX is INTEGER The maximum number of "levels" of bisection to be performed, i.e., an interval of width W will not be made smaller than 2^(-NITMAX) * W. If not all intervals have converged after NITMAX iterations, then INFO is set to the number of non-converged intervals.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The dimension n of the tridiagonal matrix T. It must be at least 1.``` [in] MMAX ``` MMAX is INTEGER The maximum number of intervals. If more than MMAX intervals are generated, then SLAEBZ will quit with INFO=MMAX+1.``` [in] MINP ``` MINP is INTEGER The initial number of intervals. It may not be greater than MMAX.``` [in] NBMIN ``` NBMIN is INTEGER The smallest number of intervals that should be processed using a vector loop. If zero, then only the scalar loop will be used.``` [in] ABSTOL ``` ABSTOL is REAL The minimum (absolute) width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than ABSTOL, or than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. This must be at least zero.``` [in] RELTOL ``` RELTOL is REAL The minimum relative width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than ABSTOL, or than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. Note: this should always be at least radix*machine epsilon.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum absolute value of a "pivot" in the Sturm sequence loop. This must be at least max |e(j)**2|*safe_min and at least safe_min, where safe_min is at least the smallest number that can divide one without overflow.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (N) The offdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T in positions 1 through N-1. E(N) is arbitrary.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is REAL array, dimension (N) The squares of the offdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T. E2(N) is ignored.``` [in,out] NVAL ``` NVAL is INTEGER array, dimension (MINP) If IJOB=1 or 2, not referenced. If IJOB=3, the desired values of N(w). The elements of NVAL will be reordered to correspond with the intervals in AB. Thus, NVAL(j) on output will not, in general be the same as NVAL(j) on input, but it will correspond with the interval (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] on output.``` [in,out] AB ``` AB is REAL array, dimension (MMAX,2) The endpoints of the intervals. AB(j,1) is a(j), the left endpoint of the j-th interval, and AB(j,2) is b(j), the right endpoint of the j-th interval. The input intervals will, in general, be modified, split, and reordered by the calculation.``` [in,out] C ``` C is REAL array, dimension (MMAX) If IJOB=1, ignored. If IJOB=2, workspace. If IJOB=3, then on input C(j) should be initialized to the first search point in the binary search.``` [out] MOUT ``` MOUT is INTEGER If IJOB=1, the number of eigenvalues in the intervals. If IJOB=2 or 3, the number of intervals output. If IJOB=3, MOUT will equal MINP.``` [in,out] NAB ``` NAB is INTEGER array, dimension (MMAX,2) If IJOB=1, then on output NAB(i,j) will be set to N(AB(i,j)). If IJOB=2, then on input, NAB(i,j) should be set. It must satisfy the condition: N(AB(i,1)) <= NAB(i,1) <= NAB(i,2) <= N(AB(i,2)), which means that in interval i only eigenvalues NAB(i,1)+1,...,NAB(i,2) will be considered. Usually, NAB(i,j)=N(AB(i,j)), from a previous call to SLAEBZ with IJOB=1. On output, NAB(i,j) will contain max(na(k),min(nb(k),N(AB(i,j)))), where k is the index of the input interval that the output interval (AB(j,1),AB(j,2)] came from, and na(k) and nb(k) are the the input values of NAB(k,1) and NAB(k,2). If IJOB=3, then on output, NAB(i,j) contains N(AB(i,j)), unless N(w) > NVAL(i) for all search points w , in which case NAB(i,1) will not be modified, i.e., the output value will be the same as the input value (modulo reorderings -- see NVAL and AB), or unless N(w) < NVAL(i) for all search points w , in which case NAB(i,2) will not be modified. Normally, NAB should be set to some distinctive value(s) before SLAEBZ is called.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (MMAX) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (MMAX) Workspace.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: All intervals converged. = 1--MMAX: The last INFO intervals did not converge. = MMAX+1: More than MMAX intervals were generated.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```      This routine is intended to be called only by other LAPACK
routines, thus the interface is less user-friendly.  It is intended
for two purposes:

(a) finding eigenvalues.  In this case, SLAEBZ should have one or
more initial intervals set up in AB, and SLAEBZ should be called
with IJOB=1.  This sets up NAB, and also counts the eigenvalues.
Intervals with no eigenvalues would usually be thrown out at
this point.  Also, if not all the eigenvalues in an interval i
are desired, NAB(i,1) can be increased or NAB(i,2) decreased.
For example, set NAB(i,1)=NAB(i,2)-1 to get the largest
eigenvalue.  SLAEBZ is then called with IJOB=2 and MMAX
no smaller than the value of MOUT returned by the call with
IJOB=1.  After this (IJOB=2) call, eigenvalues NAB(i,1)+1
through NAB(i,2) are approximately AB(i,1) (or AB(i,2)) to the
tolerance specified by ABSTOL and RELTOL.

(b) finding an interval (a',b'] containing eigenvalues w(f),...,w(l).
AB to contain 2 search intervals, both initially (a,b).  One
NVAL element should contain  f-1  and the other should contain  l
, while C should contain a and b, resp.  NAB(i,1) should be -1
and NAB(i,2) should be N+1, to flag an error if the desired
interval does not lie in (a,b).  SLAEBZ is then called with
IJOB=3.  On exit, if w(f-1) < w(f), then one of the intervals --
j -- will have AB(j,1)=AB(j,2) and NAB(j,1)=NAB(j,2)=f-1, while
if, to the specified tolerance, w(f-k)=...=w(f+r), k > 0 and r
>= 0, then the interval will have  N(AB(j,1))=NAB(j,1)=f-k and
N(AB(j,2))=NAB(j,2)=f+r.  The cases w(l) < w(l+1) and
w(l-r)=...=w(l+k) are handled similarly.```

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 subroutine slaev2 ( real A, real B, real C, real RT1, real RT2, real CS1, real SN1 )

SLAEV2 computes the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a 2-by-2 symmetric/Hermitian matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLAEV2 computes the eigendecomposition of a 2-by-2 symmetric matrix
[  A   B  ]
[  B   C  ].
On return, RT1 is the eigenvalue of larger absolute value, RT2 is the
eigenvalue of smaller absolute value, and (CS1,SN1) is the unit right
eigenvector for RT1, giving the decomposition

[ CS1  SN1 ] [  A   B  ] [ CS1 -SN1 ]  =  [ RT1  0  ]
[-SN1  CS1 ] [  B   C  ] [ SN1  CS1 ]     [  0  RT2 ].```
Parameters:
 [in] A ``` A is REAL The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] B ``` B is REAL The (1,2) element and the conjugate of the (2,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] C ``` C is REAL The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] RT1 ``` RT1 is REAL The eigenvalue of larger absolute value.``` [out] RT2 ``` RT2 is REAL The eigenvalue of smaller absolute value.``` [out] CS1 ` CS1 is REAL` [out] SN1 ``` SN1 is REAL The vector (CS1, SN1) is a unit right eigenvector for RT1.```
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September 2012
Further Details:
```  RT1 is accurate to a few ulps barring over/underflow.

RT2 may be inaccurate if there is massive cancellation in the
determinant A*C-B*B; higher precision or correctly rounded or
correctly truncated arithmetic would be needed to compute RT2
accurately in all cases.

CS1 and SN1 are accurate to a few ulps barring over/underflow.

Overflow is possible only if RT1 is within a factor of 5 of overflow.
Underflow is harmless if the input data is 0 or exceeds
underflow_threshold / macheps.```

Definition at line 121 of file slaev2.f.

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 subroutine slag2d ( integer M, integer N, real, dimension( ldsa, * ) SA, integer LDSA, double precision, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA, integer INFO )

SLAG2D converts a single precision matrix to a double precision matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLAG2D converts a SINGLE PRECISION matrix, SA, to a DOUBLE
PRECISION matrix, A.

Note that while it is possible to overflow while converting
from double to single, it is not possible to overflow when
converting from single to double.

This is an auxiliary routine so there is no argument checking.```
Parameters:
 [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of lines of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in] SA ``` SA is REAL array, dimension (LDSA,N) On entry, the M-by-N coefficient matrix SA.``` [in] LDSA ``` LDSA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array SA. LDSA >= max(1,M).``` [out] A ``` A is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (LDA,N) On exit, the M-by-N coefficient matrix A.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit```
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Definition at line 105 of file slag2d.f.

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 subroutine slagts ( integer JOB, integer N, real, dimension( * ) A, real, dimension( * ) B, real, dimension( * ) C, real, dimension( * ) D, integer, dimension( * ) IN, real, dimension( * ) Y, real TOL, integer INFO )

SLAGTS solves the system of equations (T-λI)x = y or (T-λI)Tx = y,where T is a general tridiagonal matrix and λ a scalar, using the LU factorization computed by slagtf.

Purpose:
``` SLAGTS may be used to solve one of the systems of equations

(T - lambda*I)*x = y   or   (T - lambda*I)**T*x = y,

where T is an n by n tridiagonal matrix, for x, following the
factorization of (T - lambda*I) as

(T - lambda*I) = P*L*U ,

by routine SLAGTF. The choice of equation to be solved is
controlled by the argument JOB, and in each case there is an option
to perturb zero or very small diagonal elements of U, this option
being intended for use in applications such as inverse iteration.```
Parameters:
 [in] JOB ``` JOB is INTEGER Specifies the job to be performed by SLAGTS as follows: = 1: The equations (T - lambda*I)x = y are to be solved, but diagonal elements of U are not to be perturbed. = -1: The equations (T - lambda*I)x = y are to be solved and, if overflow would otherwise occur, the diagonal elements of U are to be perturbed. See argument TOL below. = 2: The equations (T - lambda*I)**Tx = y are to be solved, but diagonal elements of U are not to be perturbed. = -2: The equations (T - lambda*I)**Tx = y are to be solved and, if overflow would otherwise occur, the diagonal elements of U are to be perturbed. See argument TOL below.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix T.``` [in] A ``` A is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, A must contain the diagonal elements of U as returned from SLAGTF.``` [in] B ``` B is REAL array, dimension (N-1) On entry, B must contain the first super-diagonal elements of U as returned from SLAGTF.``` [in] C ``` C is REAL array, dimension (N-1) On entry, C must contain the sub-diagonal elements of L as returned from SLAGTF.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N-2) On entry, D must contain the second super-diagonal elements of U as returned from SLAGTF.``` [in] IN ``` IN is INTEGER array, dimension (N) On entry, IN must contain details of the matrix P as returned from SLAGTF.``` [in,out] Y ``` Y is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the right hand side vector y. On exit, Y is overwritten by the solution vector x.``` [in,out] TOL ``` TOL is REAL On entry, with JOB .lt. 0, TOL should be the minimum perturbation to be made to very small diagonal elements of U. TOL should normally be chosen as about eps*norm(U), where eps is the relative machine precision, but if TOL is supplied as non-positive, then it is reset to eps*max( abs( u(i,j) ) ). If JOB .gt. 0 then TOL is not referenced. On exit, TOL is changed as described above, only if TOL is non-positive on entry. Otherwise TOL is unchanged.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0 : successful exit .lt. 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value .gt. 0: overflow would occur when computing the INFO(th) element of the solution vector x. This can only occur when JOB is supplied as positive and either means that a diagonal element of U is very small, or that the elements of the right-hand side vector y are very large.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 162 of file slagts.f.

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 LOGICAL function slaisnan ( real SIN1, real SIN2 )

SLAISNAN tests input for NaN by comparing two arguments for inequality.

Purpose:
``` This routine is not for general use.  It exists solely to avoid
over-optimization in SISNAN.

SLAISNAN checks for NaNs by comparing its two arguments for
inequality.  NaN is the only floating-point value where NaN != NaN
returns .TRUE.  To check for NaNs, pass the same variable as both
arguments.

A compiler must assume that the two arguments are
not the same variable, and the test will not be optimized away.
Interprocedural or whole-program optimization may delete this
test.  The ISNAN functions will be replaced by the correct
Fortran 03 intrinsic once the intrinsic is widely available.```
Parameters:
 [in] SIN1 ` SIN1 is REAL` [in] SIN2 ``` SIN2 is REAL Two numbers to compare for inequality.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 75 of file slaisnan.f.

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 subroutine slamc1 ( integer BETA, integer T, logical RND, logical IEEE1 )

SLAMC1

Purpose:

``` SLAMC1 determines the machine parameters given by BETA, T, RND, and
IEEE1.```
Parameters:
 [out] BETA ` The base of the machine.` [out] T ` The number of ( BETA ) digits in the mantissa.` [out] RND ``` Specifies whether proper rounding ( RND = .TRUE. ) or chopping ( RND = .FALSE. ) occurs in addition. This may not be a reliable guide to the way in which the machine performs its arithmetic.``` [out] IEEE1 ``` Specifies whether rounding appears to be done in the IEEE 'round to nearest' style.```
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April 2012

Further Details

```  The routine is based on the routine  ENVRON  by Malcolm and
incorporates suggestions by Gentleman and Marovich. See

Malcolm M. A. (1972) Algorithms to reveal properties of
floating-point arithmetic. Comms. of the ACM, 15, 949-951.

Gentleman W. M. and Marovich S. B. (1974) More on algorithms
that reveal properties of floating point arithmetic units.
Comms. of the ACM, 17, 276-277.```

Definition at line 210 of file slamchf77.f.

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 subroutine slamc2 ( integer BETA, integer T, logical RND, real EPS, integer EMIN, real RMIN, integer EMAX, real RMAX )

SLAMC2

Purpose:

``` SLAMC2 determines the machine parameters specified in its argument
list.```
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April 2012
Parameters:
 [out] BETA ` The base of the machine.` [out] T ` The number of ( BETA ) digits in the mantissa.` [out] RND ``` Specifies whether proper rounding ( RND = .TRUE. ) or chopping ( RND = .FALSE. ) occurs in addition. This may not be a reliable guide to the way in which the machine performs its arithmetic.``` [out] EPS ``` The smallest positive number such that fl( 1.0 - EPS ) .LT. 1.0, where fl denotes the computed value.``` [out] EMIN ` The minimum exponent before (gradual) underflow occurs.` [out] RMIN ``` The smallest normalized number for the machine, given by BASE**( EMIN - 1 ), where BASE is the floating point value of BETA.``` [out] EMAX ` The maximum exponent before overflow occurs.` [out] RMAX ``` The largest positive number for the machine, given by BASE**EMAX * ( 1 - EPS ), where BASE is the floating point value of BETA.```

Further Details

```  The computation of  EPS  is based on a routine PARANOIA by
W. Kahan of the University of California at Berkeley.```

Definition at line 423 of file slamchf77.f.

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 REAL function slamc3 ( real A, real B )

SLAMC3

Purpose:

``` SLAMC3  is intended to force  A  and  B  to be stored prior to doing
the addition of  A  and  B ,  for use in situations where optimizers
might hold one of these in a register.```
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November 2011
Parameters:
 [in] A ` ` [in] B ` The values A and B.`

Definition at line 171 of file slamch.f.

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 REAL function slamch ( character CMACH )

SLAMCH

SLAMCHF77 deprecated

Purpose:
` SLAMCH determines single precision machine parameters.`
Parameters:
 [in] CMACH ``` Specifies the value to be returned by SLAMCH: = 'E' or 'e', SLAMCH := eps = 'S' or 's , SLAMCH := sfmin = 'B' or 'b', SLAMCH := base = 'P' or 'p', SLAMCH := eps*base = 'N' or 'n', SLAMCH := t = 'R' or 'r', SLAMCH := rnd = 'M' or 'm', SLAMCH := emin = 'U' or 'u', SLAMCH := rmin = 'L' or 'l', SLAMCH := emax = 'O' or 'o', SLAMCH := rmax where eps = relative machine precision sfmin = safe minimum, such that 1/sfmin does not overflow base = base of the machine prec = eps*base t = number of (base) digits in the mantissa rnd = 1.0 when rounding occurs in addition, 0.0 otherwise emin = minimum exponent before (gradual) underflow rmin = underflow threshold - base**(emin-1) emax = largest exponent before overflow rmax = overflow threshold - (base**emax)*(1-eps)```
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Purpose:
` SLAMCH determines single precision machine parameters.`
Parameters:
 [in] CMACH ``` Specifies the value to be returned by SLAMCH: = 'E' or 'e', SLAMCH := eps = 'S' or 's , SLAMCH := sfmin = 'B' or 'b', SLAMCH := base = 'P' or 'p', SLAMCH := eps*base = 'N' or 'n', SLAMCH := t = 'R' or 'r', SLAMCH := rnd = 'M' or 'm', SLAMCH := emin = 'U' or 'u', SLAMCH := rmin = 'L' or 'l', SLAMCH := emax = 'O' or 'o', SLAMCH := rmax where eps = relative machine precision sfmin = safe minimum, such that 1/sfmin does not overflow base = base of the machine prec = eps*base t = number of (base) digits in the mantissa rnd = 1.0 when rounding occurs in addition, 0.0 otherwise emin = minimum exponent before (gradual) underflow rmin = underflow threshold - base**(emin-1) emax = largest exponent before overflow rmax = overflow threshold - (base**emax)*(1-eps)```
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Definition at line 68 of file slamch.f.

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 INTEGER function slaneg ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) LLD, real SIGMA, real PIVMIN, integer R )

SLANEG computes the Sturm count.

Purpose:
``` SLANEG computes the Sturm count, the number of negative pivots
encountered while factoring tridiagonal T - sigma I = L D L^T.
This implementation works directly on the factors without forming
the tridiagonal matrix T.  The Sturm count is also the number of
eigenvalues of T less than sigma.

This routine is called from SLARRB.

The current routine does not use the PIVMIN parameter but rather
requires IEEE-754 propagation of Infinities and NaNs.  This
routine also has no input range restrictions but does require
default exception handling such that x/0 produces Inf when x is

Marques, Riedy, and Voemel, "Benefits of IEEE-754 Features in
Modern Symmetric Tridiagonal Eigensolvers," SIAM Journal on
Scientific Computing, v28, n5, 2006.  DOI 10.1137/050641624
(Tech report version in LAWN 172 with the same title.)```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] LLD ``` LLD is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) elements L(i)*L(i)*D(i).``` [in] SIGMA ``` SIGMA is REAL Shift amount in T - sigma I = L D L^T.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence. May be used when zero pivots are encountered on non-IEEE-754 architectures.``` [in] R ``` R is INTEGER The twist index for the twisted factorization that is used for the negcount.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jason Riedy, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 119 of file slaneg.f.

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 REAL function slanst ( character NORM, integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E )

SLANST returns the value of the 1-norm, or the Frobenius norm, or the infinity norm, or the element of largest absolute value of a real symmetric tridiagonal matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLANST  returns the value of the one norm,  or the Frobenius norm, or
the  infinity norm,  or the  element of  largest absolute value  of a
real symmetric tridiagonal matrix A.```
Returns:
SLANST
```    SLANST = ( max(abs(A(i,j))), NORM = 'M' or 'm'
(
( norm1(A),         NORM = '1', 'O' or 'o'
(
( normI(A),         NORM = 'I' or 'i'
(
( normF(A),         NORM = 'F', 'f', 'E' or 'e'

where  norm1  denotes the  one norm of a matrix (maximum column sum),
normI  denotes the  infinity norm  of a matrix  (maximum row sum) and
normF  denotes the  Frobenius norm of a matrix (square root of sum of
squares).  Note that  max(abs(A(i,j)))  is not a consistent matrix norm.```
Parameters:
 [in] NORM ``` NORM is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the value to be returned in SLANST as described above.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix A. N >= 0. When N = 0, SLANST is set to zero.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The diagonal elements of A.``` [in] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) sub-diagonal or super-diagonal elements of A.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 101 of file slanst.f.

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 REAL function slapy2 ( real X, real Y )

SLAPY2 returns sqrt(x2+y2).

Purpose:
``` SLAPY2 returns sqrt(x**2+y**2), taking care not to cause unnecessary
overflow.```
Parameters:
 [in] X ` X is REAL` [in] Y ``` Y is REAL X and Y specify the values x and y.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 64 of file slapy2.f.

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 REAL function slapy3 ( real X, real Y, real Z )

SLAPY3 returns sqrt(x2+y2+z2).

Purpose:
``` SLAPY3 returns sqrt(x**2+y**2+z**2), taking care not to cause
unnecessary overflow.```
Parameters:
 [in] X ` X is REAL` [in] Y ` Y is REAL` [in] Z ``` Z is REAL X, Y and Z specify the values x, y and z.```
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September 2012

Definition at line 69 of file slapy3.f.

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 subroutine slarnv ( integer IDIST, integer, dimension( 4 ) ISEED, integer N, real, dimension( * ) X )

SLARNV returns a vector of random numbers from a uniform or normal distribution.

Purpose:
``` SLARNV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform or
normal distribution.```
Parameters:
 [in] IDIST ``` IDIST is INTEGER Specifies the distribution of the random numbers: = 1: uniform (0,1) = 2: uniform (-1,1) = 3: normal (0,1)``` [in,out] ISEED ``` ISEED is INTEGER array, dimension (4) On entry, the seed of the random number generator; the array elements must be between 0 and 4095, and ISEED(4) must be odd. On exit, the seed is updated.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of random numbers to be generated.``` [out] X ``` X is REAL array, dimension (N) The generated random numbers.```
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September 2012
Further Details:
```  This routine calls the auxiliary routine SLARUV to generate random
real numbers from a uniform (0,1) distribution, in batches of up to
128 using vectorisable code. The Box-Muller method is used to
transform numbers from a uniform to a normal distribution.```

Definition at line 98 of file slarnv.f.

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 subroutine slarra ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( * ) E2, real SPLTOL, real TNRM, integer NSPLIT, integer, dimension( * ) ISPLIT, integer INFO )

SLARRA computes the splitting points with the specified threshold.

Purpose:
``` Compute the splitting points with threshold SPLTOL.
SLARRA sets any "small" off-diagonal elements to zero.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in,out] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E(N) need not be set. On exit, the entries E( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, are set to zero, the other entries of E are untouched.``` [in,out] E2 ``` E2 is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the SQUARES of the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E2(N) need not be set. On exit, the entries E2( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, have been set to zero``` [in] SPLTOL ``` SPLTOL is REAL The threshold for splitting. Two criteria can be used: SPLTOL<0 : criterion based on absolute off-diagonal value SPLTOL>0 : criterion that preserves relative accuracy``` [in] TNRM ``` TNRM is REAL The norm of the matrix.``` [out] NSPLIT ``` NSPLIT is INTEGER The number of blocks T splits into. 1 <= NSPLIT <= N.``` [out] ISPLIT ``` ISPLIT is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The splitting points, at which T breaks up into blocks. The first block consists of rows/columns 1 to ISPLIT(1), the second of rows/columns ISPLIT(1)+1 through ISPLIT(2), etc., and the NSPLIT-th consists of rows/columns ISPLIT(NSPLIT-1)+1 through ISPLIT(NSPLIT)=N.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 136 of file slarra.f.

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 subroutine slarrb ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) LLD, integer IFIRST, integer ILAST, real RTOL1, real RTOL2, integer OFFSET, real, dimension( * ) W, real, dimension( * ) WGAP, real, dimension( * ) WERR, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, real PIVMIN, real SPDIAM, integer TWIST, integer INFO )

SLARRB provides limited bisection to locate eigenvalues for more accuracy.

Purpose:
``` Given the relatively robust representation(RRR) L D L^T, SLARRB
does "limited" bisection to refine the eigenvalues of L D L^T,
W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ), to more accuracy. Initial
guesses for these eigenvalues are input in W, the corresponding estimate
of the error in these guesses and their gaps are input in WERR
and WGAP, respectively. During bisection, intervals
[left, right] are maintained by storing their mid-points and
semi-widths in the arrays W and WERR respectively.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] LLD ``` LLD is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) elements L(i)*L(i)*D(i).``` [in] IFIRST ``` IFIRST is INTEGER The index of the first eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] ILAST ``` ILAST is INTEGER The index of the last eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] RTOL1 ` RTOL1 is REAL` [in] RTOL2 ``` RTOL2 is REAL Tolerance for the convergence of the bisection intervals. An interval [LEFT,RIGHT] has converged if RIGHT-LEFT.LT.MAX( RTOL1*GAP, RTOL2*MAX(|LEFT|,|RIGHT|) ) where GAP is the (estimated) distance to the nearest eigenvalue.``` [in] OFFSET ``` OFFSET is INTEGER Offset for the arrays W, WGAP and WERR, i.e., the IFIRST-OFFSET through ILAST-OFFSET elements of these arrays are to be used.``` [in,out] W ``` W is REAL array, dimension (N) On input, W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ) are estimates of the eigenvalues of L D L^T indexed IFIRST throug ILAST. On output, these estimates are refined.``` [in,out] WGAP ``` WGAP is REAL array, dimension (N-1) On input, the (estimated) gaps between consecutive eigenvalues of L D L^T, i.e., WGAP(I-OFFSET) is the gap between eigenvalues I and I+1. Note that if IFIRST.EQ.ILAST then WGAP(IFIRST-OFFSET) must be set to ZERO. On output, these gaps are refined.``` [in,out] WERR ``` WERR is REAL array, dimension (N) On input, WERR( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through WERR( ILAST-OFFSET ) are the errors in the estimates of the corresponding elements in W. On output, these errors are refined.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence.``` [in] SPDIAM ``` SPDIAM is REAL The spectral diameter of the matrix.``` [in] TWIST ``` TWIST is INTEGER The twist index for the twisted factorization that is used for the negcount. TWIST = N: Compute negcount from L D L^T - LAMBDA I = L+ D+ L+^T TWIST = 1: Compute negcount from L D L^T - LAMBDA I = U- D- U-^T TWIST = R: Compute negcount from L D L^T - LAMBDA I = N(r) D(r) N(r)``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER Error flag.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 195 of file slarrb.f.

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 subroutine slarrc ( character JOBT, integer N, real VL, real VU, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real PIVMIN, integer EIGCNT, integer LCNT, integer RCNT, integer INFO )

SLARRC computes the number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix.

Purpose:
``` Find the number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T
that are in the interval (VL,VU] if JOBT = 'T', and of L D L^T
if JOBT = 'L'.```
Parameters:
 [in] JOBT ``` JOBT is CHARACTER*1 = 'T': Compute Sturm count for matrix T. = 'L': Compute Sturm count for matrix L D L^T.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in] VL ` VL is DOUBLE PRECISION` [in] VU ``` VU is DOUBLE PRECISION The lower and upper bounds for the eigenvalues.``` [in] D ``` D is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) JOBT = 'T': The N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T. JOBT = 'L': The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] E ``` E is DOUBLE PRECISION array, dimension (N) JOBT = 'T': The N-1 offdiagonal elements of the matrix T. JOBT = 'L': The N-1 offdiagonal elements of the matrix L.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [out] EIGCNT ``` EIGCNT is INTEGER The number of eigenvalues of the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T that are in the interval (VL,VU]``` [out] LCNT ` LCNT is INTEGER` [out] RCNT ``` RCNT is INTEGER The left and right negcounts of the interval.``` [out] INFO ` INFO is INTEGER`
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 136 of file slarrc.f.

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 subroutine slarrd ( character RANGE, character ORDER, integer N, real VL, real VU, integer IL, integer IU, real, dimension( * ) GERS, real RELTOL, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( * ) E2, real PIVMIN, integer NSPLIT, integer, dimension( * ) ISPLIT, integer M, real, dimension( * ) W, real, dimension( * ) WERR, real WL, real WU, integer, dimension( * ) IBLOCK, integer, dimension( * ) INDEXW, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

SLARRD computes the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix to suitable accuracy.

Purpose:
``` SLARRD computes the eigenvalues of a symmetric tridiagonal
matrix T to suitable accuracy. This is an auxiliary code to be
called from SSTEMR.
The user may ask for all eigenvalues, all eigenvalues
in the half-open interval (VL, VU], or the IL-th through IU-th
eigenvalues.

To avoid overflow, the matrix must be scaled so that its
largest element is no greater than overflow**(1/2) * underflow**(1/4) in absolute value, and for greatest
accuracy, it should not be much smaller than that.

See W. Kahan "Accurate Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Tridiagonal
Matrix", Report CS41, Computer Science Dept., Stanford
University, July 21, 1966.```
Parameters:
 [in] RANGE ``` RANGE is CHARACTER*1 = 'A': ("All") all eigenvalues will be found. = 'V': ("Value") all eigenvalues in the half-open interval (VL, VU] will be found. = 'I': ("Index") the IL-th through IU-th eigenvalues (of the entire matrix) will be found.``` [in] ORDER ``` ORDER is CHARACTER*1 = 'B': ("By Block") the eigenvalues will be grouped by split-off block (see IBLOCK, ISPLIT) and ordered from smallest to largest within the block. = 'E': ("Entire matrix") the eigenvalues for the entire matrix will be ordered from smallest to largest.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the tridiagonal matrix T. N >= 0.``` [in] VL ` VL is REAL` [in] VU ``` VU is REAL If RANGE='V', the lower and upper bounds of the interval to be searched for eigenvalues. Eigenvalues less than or equal to VL, or greater than VU, will not be returned. VL < VU. Not referenced if RANGE = 'A' or 'I'.``` [in] IL ` IL is INTEGER` [in] IU ``` IU is INTEGER If RANGE='I', the indices (in ascending order) of the smallest and largest eigenvalues to be returned. 1 <= IL <= IU <= N, if N > 0; IL = 1 and IU = 0 if N = 0. Not referenced if RANGE = 'A' or 'V'.``` [in] GERS ``` GERS is REAL array, dimension (2*N) The N Gerschgorin intervals (the i-th Gerschgorin interval is (GERS(2*i-1), GERS(2*i)).``` [in] RELTOL ``` RELTOL is REAL The minimum relative width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. Note: this should always be at least radix*machine epsilon.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The n diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) off-diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) squared off-diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot allowed in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [in] NSPLIT ``` NSPLIT is INTEGER The number of diagonal blocks in the matrix T. 1 <= NSPLIT <= N.``` [in] ISPLIT ``` ISPLIT is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The splitting points, at which T breaks up into submatrices. The first submatrix consists of rows/columns 1 to ISPLIT(1), the second of rows/columns ISPLIT(1)+1 through ISPLIT(2), etc., and the NSPLIT-th consists of rows/columns ISPLIT(NSPLIT-1)+1 through ISPLIT(NSPLIT)=N. (Only the first NSPLIT elements will actually be used, but since the user cannot know a priori what value NSPLIT will have, N words must be reserved for ISPLIT.)``` [out] M ``` M is INTEGER The actual number of eigenvalues found. 0 <= M <= N. (See also the description of INFO=2,3.)``` [out] W ``` W is REAL array, dimension (N) On exit, the first M elements of W will contain the eigenvalue approximations. SLARRD computes an interval I_j = (a_j, b_j] that includes eigenvalue j. The eigenvalue approximation is given as the interval midpoint W(j)= ( a_j + b_j)/2. The corresponding error is bounded by WERR(j) = abs( a_j - b_j)/2``` [out] WERR ``` WERR is REAL array, dimension (N) The error bound on the corresponding eigenvalue approximation in W.``` [out] WL ` WL is REAL` [out] WU ``` WU is REAL The interval (WL, WU] contains all the wanted eigenvalues. If RANGE='V', then WL=VL and WU=VU. If RANGE='A', then WL and WU are the global Gerschgorin bounds on the spectrum. If RANGE='I', then WL and WU are computed by SLAEBZ from the index range specified.``` [out] IBLOCK ``` IBLOCK is INTEGER array, dimension (N) At each row/column j where E(j) is zero or small, the matrix T is considered to split into a block diagonal matrix. On exit, if INFO = 0, IBLOCK(i) specifies to which block (from 1 to the number of blocks) the eigenvalue W(i) belongs. (SLARRD may use the remaining N-M elements as workspace.)``` [out] INDEXW ``` INDEXW is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The indices of the eigenvalues within each block (submatrix); for example, INDEXW(i)= j and IBLOCK(i)=k imply that the i-th eigenvalue W(i) is the j-th eigenvalue in block k.``` [out] WORK ` WORK is REAL array, dimension (4*N)` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (3*N)` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value > 0: some or all of the eigenvalues failed to converge or were not computed: =1 or 3: Bisection failed to converge for some eigenvalues; these eigenvalues are flagged by a negative block number. The effect is that the eigenvalues may not be as accurate as the absolute and relative tolerances. This is generally caused by unexpectedly inaccurate arithmetic. =2 or 3: RANGE='I' only: Not all of the eigenvalues IL:IU were found. Effect: M < IU+1-IL Cause: non-monotonic arithmetic, causing the Sturm sequence to be non-monotonic. Cure: recalculate, using RANGE='A', and pick out eigenvalues IL:IU. In some cases, increasing the PARAMETER "FUDGE" may make things work. = 4: RANGE='I', and the Gershgorin interval initially used was too small. No eigenvalues were computed. Probable cause: your machine has sloppy floating-point arithmetic. Cure: Increase the PARAMETER "FUDGE", recompile, and try again.```
Internal Parameters:
```  FUDGE   REAL, default = 2
A "fudge factor" to widen the Gershgorin intervals.  Ideally,
a value of 1 should work, but on machines with sloppy
arithmetic, this needs to be larger.  The default for
publicly released versions should be large enough to handle
the worst machine around.  Note that this has no effect
on accuracy of the solution.```
Contributors:
W. Kahan, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Date:
September 2012

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 subroutine slarre ( character RANGE, integer N, real VL, real VU, integer IL, integer IU, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( * ) E2, real RTOL1, real RTOL2, real SPLTOL, integer NSPLIT, integer, dimension( * ) ISPLIT, integer M, real, dimension( * ) W, real, dimension( * ) WERR, real, dimension( * ) WGAP, integer, dimension( * ) IBLOCK, integer, dimension( * ) INDEXW, real, dimension( * ) GERS, real PIVMIN, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

SLARRE given the tridiagonal matrix T, sets small off-diagonal elements to zero and for each unreduced block Ti, finds base representations and eigenvalues.

Purpose:
``` To find the desired eigenvalues of a given real symmetric
tridiagonal matrix T, SLARRE sets any "small" off-diagonal
elements to zero, and for each unreduced block T_i, it finds
(a) a suitable shift at one end of the block's spectrum,
(b) the base representation, T_i - sigma_i I = L_i D_i L_i^T, and
(c) eigenvalues of each L_i D_i L_i^T.
The representations and eigenvalues found are then used by
SSTEMR to compute the eigenvectors of T.
The accuracy varies depending on whether bisection is used to
find a few eigenvalues or the dqds algorithm (subroutine SLASQ2) to
conpute all and then discard any unwanted one.
As an added benefit, SLARRE also outputs the n
Gerschgorin intervals for the matrices L_i D_i L_i^T.```
Parameters:
 [in] RANGE ``` RANGE is CHARACTER*1 = 'A': ("All") all eigenvalues will be found. = 'V': ("Value") all eigenvalues in the half-open interval (VL, VU] will be found. = 'I': ("Index") the IL-th through IU-th eigenvalues (of the entire matrix) will be found.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in,out] VL ` VL is REAL` [in,out] VU ``` VU is REAL If RANGE='V', the lower and upper bounds for the eigenvalues. Eigenvalues less than or equal to VL, or greater than VU, will not be returned. VL < VU. If RANGE='I' or ='A', SLARRE computes bounds on the desired part of the spectrum.``` [in] IL ` IL is INTEGER` [in] IU ``` IU is INTEGER If RANGE='I', the indices (in ascending order) of the smallest and largest eigenvalues to be returned. 1 <= IL <= IU <= N.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T. On exit, the N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrices D_i.``` [in,out] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E(N) need not be set. On exit, E contains the subdiagonal elements of the unit bidiagonal matrices L_i. The entries E( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, contain the base points sigma_i on output.``` [in,out] E2 ``` E2 is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the SQUARES of the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E2(N) need not be set. On exit, the entries E2( ISPLIT( I ) ), 1 <= I <= NSPLIT, have been set to zero``` [in] RTOL1 ` RTOL1 is REAL` [in] RTOL2 ``` RTOL2 is REAL Parameters for bisection. An interval [LEFT,RIGHT] has converged if RIGHT-LEFT.LT.MAX( RTOL1*GAP, RTOL2*MAX(|LEFT|,|RIGHT|) )``` [in] SPLTOL ``` SPLTOL is REAL The threshold for splitting.``` [out] NSPLIT ``` NSPLIT is INTEGER The number of blocks T splits into. 1 <= NSPLIT <= N.``` [out] ISPLIT ``` ISPLIT is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The splitting points, at which T breaks up into blocks. The first block consists of rows/columns 1 to ISPLIT(1), the second of rows/columns ISPLIT(1)+1 through ISPLIT(2), etc., and the NSPLIT-th consists of rows/columns ISPLIT(NSPLIT-1)+1 through ISPLIT(NSPLIT)=N.``` [out] M ``` M is INTEGER The total number of eigenvalues (of all L_i D_i L_i^T) found.``` [out] W ``` W is REAL array, dimension (N) The first M elements contain the eigenvalues. The eigenvalues of each of the blocks, L_i D_i L_i^T, are sorted in ascending order ( SLARRE may use the remaining N-M elements as workspace).``` [out] WERR ``` WERR is REAL array, dimension (N) The error bound on the corresponding eigenvalue in W.``` [out] WGAP ``` WGAP is REAL array, dimension (N) The separation from the right neighbor eigenvalue in W. The gap is only with respect to the eigenvalues of the same block as each block has its own representation tree. Exception: at the right end of a block we store the left gap``` [out] IBLOCK ``` IBLOCK is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The indices of the blocks (submatrices) associated with the corresponding eigenvalues in W; IBLOCK(i)=1 if eigenvalue W(i) belongs to the first block from the top, =2 if W(i) belongs to the second block, etc.``` [out] INDEXW ``` INDEXW is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The indices of the eigenvalues within each block (submatrix); for example, INDEXW(i)= 10 and IBLOCK(i)=2 imply that the i-th eigenvalue W(i) is the 10-th eigenvalue in block 2``` [out] GERS ``` GERS is REAL array, dimension (2*N) The N Gerschgorin intervals (the i-th Gerschgorin interval is (GERS(2*i-1), GERS(2*i)).``` [out] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (6*N) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (5*N) Workspace.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit > 0: A problem occured in SLARRE. < 0: One of the called subroutines signaled an internal problem. Needs inspection of the corresponding parameter IINFO for further information. =-1: Problem in SLARRD. = 2: No base representation could be found in MAXTRY iterations. Increasing MAXTRY and recompilation might be a remedy. =-3: Problem in SLARRB when computing the refined root representation for SLASQ2. =-4: Problem in SLARRB when preforming bisection on the desired part of the spectrum. =-5: Problem in SLASQ2. =-6: Problem in SLASQ2.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  The base representations are required to suffer very little
element growth and consequently define all their eigenvalues to
high relative accuracy.```
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 295 of file slarre.f.

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 subroutine slarrf ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) L, real, dimension( * ) LD, integer CLSTRT, integer CLEND, real, dimension( * ) W, real, dimension( * ) WGAP, real, dimension( * ) WERR, real SPDIAM, real CLGAPL, real CLGAPR, real PIVMIN, real SIGMA, real, dimension( * ) DPLUS, real, dimension( * ) LPLUS, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

SLARRF finds a new relatively robust representation such that at least one of the eigenvalues is relatively isolated.

Purpose:
``` Given the initial representation L D L^T and its cluster of close
eigenvalues (in a relative measure), W( CLSTRT ), W( CLSTRT+1 ), ...
W( CLEND ), SLARRF finds a new relatively robust representation
L D L^T - SIGMA I = L(+) D(+) L(+)^T such that at least one of the
eigenvalues of L(+) D(+) L(+)^T is relatively isolated.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix (subblock, if the matrix splitted).``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D.``` [in] L ``` L is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) subdiagonal elements of the unit bidiagonal matrix L.``` [in] LD ``` LD is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (N-1) elements L(i)*D(i).``` [in] CLSTRT ``` CLSTRT is INTEGER The index of the first eigenvalue in the cluster.``` [in] CLEND ``` CLEND is INTEGER The index of the last eigenvalue in the cluster.``` [in] W ``` W is REAL array, dimension dimension is >= (CLEND-CLSTRT+1) The eigenvalue APPROXIMATIONS of L D L^T in ascending order. W( CLSTRT ) through W( CLEND ) form the cluster of relatively close eigenalues.``` [in,out] WGAP ``` WGAP is REAL array, dimension dimension is >= (CLEND-CLSTRT+1) The separation from the right neighbor eigenvalue in W.``` [in] WERR ``` WERR is REAL array, dimension dimension is >= (CLEND-CLSTRT+1) WERR contain the semiwidth of the uncertainty interval of the corresponding eigenvalue APPROXIMATION in W``` [in] SPDIAM ``` SPDIAM is REAL estimate of the spectral diameter obtained from the Gerschgorin intervals``` [in] CLGAPL ` CLGAPL is REAL` [in] CLGAPR ``` CLGAPR is REAL absolute gap on each end of the cluster. Set by the calling routine to protect against shifts too close to eigenvalues outside the cluster.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot allowed in the Sturm sequence.``` [out] SIGMA ``` SIGMA is REAL The shift used to form L(+) D(+) L(+)^T.``` [out] DPLUS ``` DPLUS is REAL array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the diagonal matrix D(+).``` [out] LPLUS ``` LPLUS is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The first (N-1) elements of LPLUS contain the subdiagonal elements of the unit bidiagonal matrix L(+).``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER Signals processing OK (=0) or failure (=1)```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 191 of file slarrf.f.

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 subroutine slarrj ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E2, integer IFIRST, integer ILAST, real RTOL, integer OFFSET, real, dimension( * ) W, real, dimension( * ) WERR, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, real PIVMIN, real SPDIAM, integer INFO )

SLARRJ performs refinement of the initial estimates of the eigenvalues of the matrix T.

Purpose:
``` Given the initial eigenvalue approximations of T, SLARRJ
does  bisection to refine the eigenvalues of T,
W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ), to more accuracy. Initial
guesses for these eigenvalues are input in W, the corresponding estimate
of the error in these guesses in WERR. During bisection, intervals
[left, right] are maintained by storing their mid-points and
semi-widths in the arrays W and WERR respectively.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of T.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The Squares of the (N-1) subdiagonal elements of T.``` [in] IFIRST ``` IFIRST is INTEGER The index of the first eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] ILAST ``` ILAST is INTEGER The index of the last eigenvalue to be computed.``` [in] RTOL ``` RTOL is REAL Tolerance for the convergence of the bisection intervals. An interval [LEFT,RIGHT] has converged if RIGHT-LEFT.LT.RTOL*MAX(|LEFT|,|RIGHT|).``` [in] OFFSET ``` OFFSET is INTEGER Offset for the arrays W and WERR, i.e., the IFIRST-OFFSET through ILAST-OFFSET elements of these arrays are to be used.``` [in,out] W ``` W is REAL array, dimension (N) On input, W( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through W( ILAST-OFFSET ) are estimates of the eigenvalues of L D L^T indexed IFIRST through ILAST. On output, these estimates are refined.``` [in,out] WERR ``` WERR is REAL array, dimension (N) On input, WERR( IFIRST-OFFSET ) through WERR( ILAST-OFFSET ) are the errors in the estimates of the corresponding elements in W. On output, these errors are refined.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [out] IWORK ``` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (2*N) Workspace.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [in] SPDIAM ``` SPDIAM is REAL The spectral diameter of T.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER Error flag.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 167 of file slarrj.f.

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 subroutine slarrk ( integer N, integer IW, real GL, real GU, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E2, real PIVMIN, real RELTOL, real W, real WERR, integer INFO )

SLARRK computes one eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal matrix T to suitable accuracy.

Purpose:
``` SLARRK computes one eigenvalue of a symmetric tridiagonal
matrix T to suitable accuracy. This is an auxiliary code to be
called from SSTEMR.

To avoid overflow, the matrix must be scaled so that its
largest element is no greater than overflow**(1/2) * underflow**(1/4) in absolute value, and for greatest
accuracy, it should not be much smaller than that.

See W. Kahan "Accurate Eigenvalues of a Symmetric Tridiagonal
Matrix", Report CS41, Computer Science Dept., Stanford
University, July 21, 1966.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the tridiagonal matrix T. N >= 0.``` [in] IW ``` IW is INTEGER The index of the eigenvalues to be returned.``` [in] GL ` GL is REAL` [in] GU ``` GU is REAL An upper and a lower bound on the eigenvalue.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The n diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] E2 ``` E2 is REAL array, dimension (N-1) The (n-1) squared off-diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in] PIVMIN ``` PIVMIN is REAL The minimum pivot allowed in the Sturm sequence for T.``` [in] RELTOL ``` RELTOL is REAL The minimum relative width of an interval. When an interval is narrower than RELTOL times the larger (in magnitude) endpoint, then it is considered to be sufficiently small, i.e., converged. Note: this should always be at least radix*machine epsilon.``` [out] W ` W is REAL` [out] WERR ``` WERR is REAL The error bound on the corresponding eigenvalue approximation in W.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: Eigenvalue converged = -1: Eigenvalue did NOT converge```
Internal Parameters:
```  FUDGE   REAL            , default = 2
A "fudge factor" to widen the Gershgorin intervals.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 145 of file slarrk.f.

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 subroutine slarrr ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, integer INFO )

SLARRR performs tests to decide whether the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T warrants expensive computations which guarantee high relative accuracy in the eigenvalues.

Purpose:
``` Perform tests to decide whether the symmetric tridiagonal matrix T
warrants expensive computations which guarantee high relative accuracy
in the eigenvalues.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The order of the matrix. N > 0.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) The N diagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T.``` [in,out] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, the first (N-1) entries contain the subdiagonal elements of the tridiagonal matrix T; E(N) is set to ZERO.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER INFO = 0(default) : the matrix warrants computations preserving relative accuracy. INFO = 1 : the matrix warrants computations guaranteeing only absolute accuracy.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Beresford Parlett, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jim Demmel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Inderjit Dhillon, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Osni Marques, LBNL/NERSC, USA
Christof Voemel, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 95 of file slarrr.f.

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 subroutine slartg ( real F, real G, real CS, real SN, real R )

SLARTG generates a plane rotation with real cosine and real sine.

Purpose:
``` SLARTG generate a plane rotation so that

[  CS  SN  ]  .  [ F ]  =  [ R ]   where CS**2 + SN**2 = 1.
[ -SN  CS  ]     [ G ]     [ 0 ]

This is a slower, more accurate version of the BLAS1 routine SROTG,
with the following other differences:
F and G are unchanged on return.
If G=0, then CS=1 and SN=0.
If F=0 and (G .ne. 0), then CS=0 and SN=1 without doing any
floating point operations (saves work in SBDSQR when
there are zeros on the diagonal).

If F exceeds G in magnitude, CS will be positive.```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is REAL The first component of vector to be rotated.``` [in] G ``` G is REAL The second component of vector to be rotated.``` [out] CS ``` CS is REAL The cosine of the rotation.``` [out] SN ``` SN is REAL The sine of the rotation.``` [out] R ``` R is REAL The nonzero component of the rotated vector. This version has a few statements commented out for thread safety (machine parameters are computed on each entry). 10 feb 03, SJH.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 98 of file slartg.f.

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 subroutine slartgp ( real F, real G, real CS, real SN, real R )

SLARTGP generates a plane rotation so that the diagonal is nonnegative.

Purpose:
``` SLARTGP generates a plane rotation so that

[  CS  SN  ]  .  [ F ]  =  [ R ]   where CS**2 + SN**2 = 1.
[ -SN  CS  ]     [ G ]     [ 0 ]

This is a slower, more accurate version of the Level 1 BLAS routine SROTG,
with the following other differences:
F and G are unchanged on return.
If G=0, then CS=(+/-)1 and SN=0.
If F=0 and (G .ne. 0), then CS=0 and SN=(+/-)1.

The sign is chosen so that R >= 0.```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is REAL The first component of vector to be rotated.``` [in] G ``` G is REAL The second component of vector to be rotated.``` [out] CS ``` CS is REAL The cosine of the rotation.``` [out] SN ``` SN is REAL The sine of the rotation.``` [out] R ``` R is REAL The nonzero component of the rotated vector. This version has a few statements commented out for thread safety (machine parameters are computed on each entry). 10 feb 03, SJH.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 96 of file slartgp.f.

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 subroutine slaruv ( integer, dimension( 4 ) ISEED, integer N, real, dimension( n ) X )

SLARUV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform distribution.

Purpose:
``` SLARUV returns a vector of n random real numbers from a uniform (0,1)
distribution (n <= 128).

This is an auxiliary routine called by SLARNV and CLARNV.```
Parameters:
 [in,out] ISEED ``` ISEED is INTEGER array, dimension (4) On entry, the seed of the random number generator; the array elements must be between 0 and 4095, and ISEED(4) must be odd. On exit, the seed is updated.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of random numbers to be generated. N <= 128.``` [out] X ``` X is REAL array, dimension (N) The generated random numbers.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  This routine uses a multiplicative congruential method with modulus
2**48 and multiplier 33952834046453 (see G.S.Fishman,
'Multiplicative congruential random number generators with modulus
2**b: an exhaustive analysis for b = 32 and a partial analysis for
b = 48', Math. Comp. 189, pp 331-344, 1990).

48-bit integers are stored in 4 integer array elements with 12 bits
per element. Hence the routine is portable across machines with
integers of 32 bits or more.```

Definition at line 96 of file slaruv.f.

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 subroutine slas2 ( real F, real G, real H, real SSMIN, real SSMAX )

SLAS2 computes singular values of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLAS2  computes the singular values of the 2-by-2 matrix
[  F   G  ]
[  0   H  ].
On return, SSMIN is the smaller singular value and SSMAX is the
larger singular value.```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is REAL The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] G ``` G is REAL The (1,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] H ``` H is REAL The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] SSMIN ``` SSMIN is REAL The smaller singular value.``` [out] SSMAX ``` SSMAX is REAL The larger singular value.```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  Barring over/underflow, all output quantities are correct to within
a few units in the last place (ulps), even in the absence of a guard

In IEEE arithmetic, the code works correctly if one matrix element is
infinite.

Overflow will not occur unless the largest singular value itself
overflows, or is within a few ulps of overflow. (On machines with
partial overflow, like the Cray, overflow may occur if the largest
singular value is within a factor of 2 of overflow.)

Underflow is harmless if underflow is gradual. Otherwise, results
may correspond to a matrix modified by perturbations of size near
the underflow threshold.```

Definition at line 108 of file slas2.f.

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 subroutine slascl ( character TYPE, integer KL, integer KU, real CFROM, real CTO, integer M, integer N, real, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA, integer INFO )

SLASCL multiplies a general rectangular matrix by a real scalar defined as cto/cfrom.

Purpose:
``` SLASCL multiplies the M by N real matrix A by the real scalar
CTO/CFROM.  This is done without over/underflow as long as the final
result CTO*A(I,J)/CFROM does not over/underflow. TYPE specifies that
A may be full, upper triangular, lower triangular, upper Hessenberg,
or banded.```
Parameters:
 [in] TYPE ``` TYPE is CHARACTER*1 TYPE indices the storage type of the input matrix. = 'G': A is a full matrix. = 'L': A is a lower triangular matrix. = 'U': A is an upper triangular matrix. = 'H': A is an upper Hessenberg matrix. = 'B': A is a symmetric band matrix with lower bandwidth KL and upper bandwidth KU and with the only the lower half stored. = 'Q': A is a symmetric band matrix with lower bandwidth KL and upper bandwidth KU and with the only the upper half stored. = 'Z': A is a band matrix with lower bandwidth KL and upper bandwidth KU. See SGBTRF for storage details.``` [in] KL ``` KL is INTEGER The lower bandwidth of A. Referenced only if TYPE = 'B', 'Q' or 'Z'.``` [in] KU ``` KU is INTEGER The upper bandwidth of A. Referenced only if TYPE = 'B', 'Q' or 'Z'.``` [in] CFROM ` CFROM is REAL` [in] CTO ``` CTO is REAL The matrix A is multiplied by CTO/CFROM. A(I,J) is computed without over/underflow if the final result CTO*A(I,J)/CFROM can be represented without over/underflow. CFROM must be nonzero.``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in,out] A ``` A is REAL array, dimension (LDA,N) The matrix to be multiplied by CTO/CFROM. See TYPE for the storage type.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER 0 - successful exit <0 - if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 140 of file slascl.f.

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 subroutine slasd0 ( integer N, integer SQRE, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, real, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, integer SMLSIZ, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

SLASD0 computes the singular values of a real upper bidiagonal n-by-m matrix B with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` Using a divide and conquer approach, SLASD0 computes the singular
value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal N-by-M
matrix B with diagonal D and offdiagonal E, where M = N + SQRE.
The algorithm computes orthogonal matrices U and VT such that
B = U * S * VT. The singular values S are overwritten on D.

A related subroutine, SLASDA, computes only the singular values,
and optionally, the singular vectors in compact form.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER On entry, the row dimension of the upper bidiagonal matrix. This is also the dimension of the main diagonal array D.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER Specifies the column dimension of the bidiagonal matrix. = 0: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N; = 1: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N+1;``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry D contains the main diagonal of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit D, if INFO = 0, contains its singular values.``` [in] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension (M-1) Contains the subdiagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit, E has been destroyed.``` [out] U ``` U is REAL array, dimension at least (LDQ, N) On exit, U contains the left singular vectors.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER On entry, leading dimension of U.``` [out] VT ``` VT is REAL array, dimension at least (LDVT, M) On exit, VT**T contains the right singular vectors.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER On entry, leading dimension of VT.``` [in] SMLSIZ ``` SMLSIZ is INTEGER On entry, maximum size of the subproblems at the bottom of the computation tree.``` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (8*N)` [out] WORK ` WORK is REAL array, dimension (3*M**2+2*M)` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 150 of file slasd0.f.

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 subroutine slasd1 ( integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, real, dimension( * ) D, real ALPHA, real BETA, real, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, real, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

SLASD1 computes the SVD of an upper bidiagonal matrix B of the specified size. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASD1 computes the SVD of an upper bidiagonal N-by-M matrix B,
where N = NL + NR + 1 and M = N + SQRE. SLASD1 is called from SLASD0.

A related subroutine SLASD7 handles the case in which the singular
values (and the singular vectors in factored form) are desired.

SLASD1 computes the SVD as follows:

( D1(in)    0    0       0 )
B = U(in) * (   Z1**T   a   Z2**T    b ) * VT(in)
(   0       0   D2(in)   0 )

= U(out) * ( D(out) 0) * VT(out)

where Z**T = (Z1**T a Z2**T b) = u**T VT**T, and u is a vector of dimension M
with ALPHA and BETA in the NL+1 and NL+2 th entries and zeros
elsewhere; and the entry b is empty if SQRE = 0.

The left singular vectors of the original matrix are stored in U, and
the transpose of the right singular vectors are stored in VT, and the
singular values are in D.  The algorithm consists of three stages:

The first stage consists of deflating the size of the problem
when there are multiple singular values or when there are zeros in
the Z vector.  For each such occurence the dimension of the
secular equation problem is reduced by one.  This stage is
performed by the routine SLASD2.

The second stage consists of calculating the updated
singular values. This is done by finding the square roots of the
roots of the secular equation via the routine SLASD4 (as called
by SLASD3). This routine also calculates the singular vectors of
the current problem.

The final stage consists of computing the updated singular vectors
directly using the updated singular values.  The singular vectors
for the current problem are multiplied with the singular vectors
from the overall problem.```
Parameters:
 [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has row dimension N = NL + NR + 1, and column dimension M = N + SQRE.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (NL+NR+1). N = NL+NR+1 On entry D(1:NL,1:NL) contains the singular values of the upper block; and D(NL+2:N) contains the singular values of the lower block. On exit D(1:N) contains the singular values of the modified matrix.``` [in,out] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is REAL Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] BETA ``` BETA is REAL Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] U ``` U is REAL array, dimension (LDU,N) On entry U(1:NL, 1:NL) contains the left singular vectors of the upper block; U(NL+2:N, NL+2:N) contains the left singular vectors of the lower block. On exit U contains the left singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U. LDU >= max( 1, N ).``` [in,out] VT ``` VT is REAL array, dimension (LDVT,M) where M = N + SQRE. On entry VT(1:NL+1, 1:NL+1)**T contains the right singular vectors of the upper block; VT(NL+2:M, NL+2:M)**T contains the right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit VT**T contains the right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT. LDVT >= max( 1, M ).``` [out] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension (N) This contains the permutation which will reintegrate the subproblem just solved back into sorted order, i.e. D( IDXQ( I = 1, N ) ) will be in ascending order.``` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (4*N)` [out] WORK ` WORK is REAL array, dimension (3*M**2+2*M)` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 204 of file slasd1.f.

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 subroutine slasd2 ( integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, integer K, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) Z, real ALPHA, real BETA, real, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, real, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, real, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, real, dimension( ldu2, * ) U2, integer LDU2, real, dimension( ldvt2, * ) VT2, integer LDVT2, integer, dimension( * ) IDXP, integer, dimension( * ) IDX, integer, dimension( * ) IDXC, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) COLTYP, integer INFO )

SLASD2 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASD2 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single
sorted set.  Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem.
There are two ways in which deflation can occur:  when two or more
singular values are close together or if there is a tiny entry in the
Z vector.  For each such occurrence the order of the related secular
equation problem is reduced by one.

SLASD2 is called from SLASD1.```
Parameters:
 [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER Contains the dimension of the non-deflated matrix, This is the order of the related secular equation. 1 <= K <=N.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry D contains the singular values of the two submatrices to be combined. On exit D contains the trailing (N-K) updated singular values (those which were deflated) sorted into increasing order.``` [out] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension (N) On exit Z contains the updating row vector in the secular equation.``` [in] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is REAL Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in] BETA ``` BETA is REAL Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] U ``` U is REAL array, dimension (LDU,N) On entry U contains the left singular vectors of two submatrices in the two square blocks with corners at (1,1), (NL, NL), and (NL+2, NL+2), (N,N). On exit U contains the trailing (N-K) updated left singular vectors (those which were deflated) in its last N-K columns.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U. LDU >= N.``` [in,out] VT ``` VT is REAL array, dimension (LDVT,M) On entry VT**T contains the right singular vectors of two submatrices in the two square blocks with corners at (1,1), (NL+1, NL+1), and (NL+2, NL+2), (M,M). On exit VT**T contains the trailing (N-K) updated right singular vectors (those which were deflated) in its last N-K columns. In case SQRE =1, the last row of VT spans the right null space.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT. LDVT >= M.``` [out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is REAL array, dimension (N) Contains a copy of the diagonal elements (K-1 singular values and one zero) in the secular equation.``` [out] U2 ``` U2 is REAL array, dimension (LDU2,N) Contains a copy of the first K-1 left singular vectors which will be used by SLASD3 in a matrix multiply (SGEMM) to solve for the new left singular vectors. U2 is arranged into four blocks. The first block contains a column with 1 at NL+1 and zero everywhere else; the second block contains non-zero entries only at and above NL; the third contains non-zero entries only below NL+1; and the fourth is dense.``` [in] LDU2 ``` LDU2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U2. LDU2 >= N.``` [out] VT2 ``` VT2 is REAL array, dimension (LDVT2,N) VT2**T contains a copy of the first K right singular vectors which will be used by SLASD3 in a matrix multiply (SGEMM) to solve for the new right singular vectors. VT2 is arranged into three blocks. The first block contains a row that corresponds to the special 0 diagonal element in SIGMA; the second block contains non-zeros only at and before NL +1; the third block contains non-zeros only at and after NL +2.``` [in] LDVT2 ``` LDVT2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT2. LDVT2 >= M.``` [out] IDXP ``` IDXP is INTEGER array, dimension (N) This will contain the permutation used to place deflated values of D at the end of the array. On output IDXP(2:K) points to the nondeflated D-values and IDXP(K+1:N) points to the deflated singular values.``` [out] IDX ``` IDX is INTEGER array, dimension (N) This will contain the permutation used to sort the contents of D into ascending order.``` [out] IDXC ``` IDXC is INTEGER array, dimension (N) This will contain the permutation used to arrange the columns of the deflated U matrix into three groups: the first group contains non-zero entries only at and above NL, the second contains non-zero entries only below NL+2, and the third is dense.``` [in,out] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension (N) This contains the permutation which separately sorts the two sub-problems in D into ascending order. Note that entries in the first hlaf of this permutation must first be moved one position backward; and entries in the second half must first have NL+1 added to their values.``` [out] COLTYP ``` COLTYP is INTEGER array, dimension (N) As workspace, this will contain a label which will indicate which of the following types a column in the U2 matrix or a row in the VT2 matrix is: 1 : non-zero in the upper half only 2 : non-zero in the lower half only 3 : dense 4 : deflated On exit, it is an array of dimension 4, with COLTYP(I) being the dimension of the I-th type columns.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 268 of file slasd2.f.

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 subroutine slasd3 ( integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, integer K, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( ldq, * ) Q, integer LDQ, real, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, real, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, real, dimension( ldu2, * ) U2, integer LDU2, real, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, real, dimension( ldvt2, * ) VT2, integer LDVT2, integer, dimension( * ) IDXC, integer, dimension( * ) CTOT, real, dimension( * ) Z, integer INFO )

SLASD3 finds all square roots of the roots of the secular equation, as defined by the values in D and Z, and then updates the singular vectors by matrix multiplication. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASD3 finds all the square roots of the roots of the secular
equation, as defined by the values in D and Z.  It makes the
appropriate calls to SLASD4 and then updates the singular
vectors by matrix multiplication.

This code makes very mild assumptions about floating point
arithmetic. It will work on machines with a guard digit in
add/subtract, or on those binary machines without guard digits
which subtract like the Cray XMP, Cray YMP, Cray C 90, or Cray 2.
It could conceivably fail on hexadecimal or decimal machines
without guard digits, but we know of none.

SLASD3 is called from SLASD1.```
Parameters:
 [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [in] K ``` K is INTEGER The size of the secular equation, 1 =< K = < N.``` [out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension(K) On exit the square roots of the roots of the secular equation, in ascending order.``` [out] Q ``` Q is REAL array, dimension at least (LDQ,K).``` [in] LDQ ``` LDQ is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array Q. LDQ >= K.``` [in,out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is REAL array, dimension(K) The first K elements of this array contain the old roots of the deflated updating problem. These are the poles of the secular equation.``` [out] U ``` U is REAL array, dimension (LDU, N) The last N - K columns of this matrix contain the deflated left singular vectors.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U. LDU >= N.``` [in] U2 ``` U2 is REAL array, dimension (LDU2, N) The first K columns of this matrix contain the non-deflated left singular vectors for the split problem.``` [in] LDU2 ``` LDU2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array U2. LDU2 >= N.``` [out] VT ``` VT is REAL array, dimension (LDVT, M) The last M - K columns of VT**T contain the deflated right singular vectors.``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT. LDVT >= N.``` [in,out] VT2 ``` VT2 is REAL array, dimension (LDVT2, N) The first K columns of VT2**T contain the non-deflated right singular vectors for the split problem.``` [in] LDVT2 ``` LDVT2 is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array VT2. LDVT2 >= N.``` [in] IDXC ``` IDXC is INTEGER array, dimension (N) The permutation used to arrange the columns of U (and rows of VT) into three groups: the first group contains non-zero entries only at and above (or before) NL +1; the second contains non-zero entries only at and below (or after) NL+2; and the third is dense. The first column of U and the row of VT are treated separately, however. The rows of the singular vectors found by SLASD4 must be likewise permuted before the matrix multiplies can take place.``` [in] CTOT ``` CTOT is INTEGER array, dimension (4) A count of the total number of the various types of columns in U (or rows in VT), as described in IDXC. The fourth column type is any column which has been deflated.``` [in,out] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension (K) The first K elements of this array contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 224 of file slasd3.f.

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 subroutine slasd4 ( integer N, integer I, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) Z, real, dimension( * ) DELTA, real RHO, real SIGMA, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

SLASD4 computes the square root of the i-th updated eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification to a positive diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` This subroutine computes the square root of the I-th updated
eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification to
a positive diagonal matrix whose entries are given as the squares
of the corresponding entries in the array d, and that

0 <= D(i) < D(j)  for  i < j

and that RHO > 0. This is arranged by the calling routine, and is
no loss in generality.  The rank-one modified system is thus

diag( D ) * diag( D ) +  RHO * Z * Z_transpose.

where we assume the Euclidean norm of Z is 1.

The method consists of approximating the rational functions in the
secular equation by simpler interpolating rational functions.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The length of all arrays.``` [in] I ``` I is INTEGER The index of the eigenvalue to be computed. 1 <= I <= N.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension ( N ) The original eigenvalues. It is assumed that they are in order, 0 <= D(I) < D(J) for I < J.``` [in] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension (N) The components of the updating vector.``` [out] DELTA ``` DELTA is REAL array, dimension (N) If N .ne. 1, DELTA contains (D(j) - sigma_I) in its j-th component. If N = 1, then DELTA(1) = 1. The vector DELTA contains the information necessary to construct the (singular) eigenvectors.``` [in] RHO ``` RHO is REAL The scalar in the symmetric updating formula.``` [out] SIGMA ``` SIGMA is REAL The computed sigma_I, the I-th updated eigenvalue.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (N) If N .ne. 1, WORK contains (D(j) + sigma_I) in its j-th component. If N = 1, then WORK( 1 ) = 1.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit > 0: if INFO = 1, the updating process failed.```
Internal Parameters:
```  Logical variable ORGATI (origin-at-i?) is used for distinguishing
whether D(i) or D(i+1) is treated as the origin.

ORGATI = .true.    origin at i
ORGATI = .false.   origin at i+1

Logical variable SWTCH3 (switch-for-3-poles?) is for noting
if we are working with THREE poles!

MAXIT is the maximum number of iterations allowed for each
eigenvalue.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ren-Cang Li, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 154 of file slasd4.f.

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 subroutine slasd5 ( integer I, real, dimension( 2 ) D, real, dimension( 2 ) Z, real, dimension( 2 ) DELTA, real RHO, real DSIGMA, real, dimension( 2 ) WORK )

SLASD5 computes the square root of the i-th eigenvalue of a positive symmetric rank-one modification of a 2-by-2 diagonal matrix. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` This subroutine computes the square root of the I-th eigenvalue
of a positive symmetric rank-one modification of a 2-by-2 diagonal
matrix

diag( D ) * diag( D ) +  RHO * Z * transpose(Z) .

The diagonal entries in the array D are assumed to satisfy

0 <= D(i) < D(j)  for  i < j .

We also assume RHO > 0 and that the Euclidean norm of the vector
Z is one.```
Parameters:
 [in] I ``` I is INTEGER The index of the eigenvalue to be computed. I = 1 or I = 2.``` [in] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (2) The original eigenvalues. We assume 0 <= D(1) < D(2).``` [in] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension (2) The components of the updating vector.``` [out] DELTA ``` DELTA is REAL array, dimension (2) Contains (D(j) - sigma_I) in its j-th component. The vector DELTA contains the information necessary to construct the eigenvectors.``` [in] RHO ``` RHO is REAL The scalar in the symmetric updating formula.``` [out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is REAL The computed sigma_I, the I-th updated eigenvalue.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (2) WORK contains (D(j) + sigma_I) in its j-th component.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ren-Cang Li, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 117 of file slasd5.f.

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 subroutine slasd6 ( integer ICOMPQ, integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) VF, real, dimension( * ) VL, real ALPHA, real BETA, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) PERM, integer GIVPTR, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) GIVCOL, integer LDGCOL, real, dimension( ldgnum, * ) GIVNUM, integer LDGNUM, real, dimension( ldgnum, * ) POLES, real, dimension( * ) DIFL, real, dimension( * ) DIFR, real, dimension( * ) Z, integer K, real C, real S, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

SLASD6 computes the SVD of an updated upper bidiagonal matrix obtained by merging two smaller ones by appending a row. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASD6 computes the SVD of an updated upper bidiagonal matrix B
obtained by merging two smaller ones by appending a row. This
routine is used only for the problem which requires all singular
values and optionally singular vector matrices in factored form.
B is an N-by-M matrix with N = NL + NR + 1 and M = N + SQRE.
A related subroutine, SLASD1, handles the case in which all singular
values and singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix are desired.

SLASD6 computes the SVD as follows:

( D1(in)    0    0       0 )
B = U(in) * (   Z1**T   a   Z2**T    b ) * VT(in)
(   0       0   D2(in)   0 )

= U(out) * ( D(out) 0) * VT(out)

where Z**T = (Z1**T a Z2**T b) = u**T VT**T, and u is a vector of dimension M
with ALPHA and BETA in the NL+1 and NL+2 th entries and zeros
elsewhere; and the entry b is empty if SQRE = 0.

The singular values of B can be computed using D1, D2, the first
components of all the right singular vectors of the lower block, and
the last components of all the right singular vectors of the upper
block. These components are stored and updated in VF and VL,
respectively, in SLASD6. Hence U and VT are not explicitly
referenced.

The singular values are stored in D. The algorithm consists of two
stages:

The first stage consists of deflating the size of the problem
when there are multiple singular values or if there is a zero
in the Z vector. For each such occurence the dimension of the
secular equation problem is reduced by one. This stage is
performed by the routine SLASD7.

The second stage consists of calculating the updated
singular values. This is done by finding the roots of the
secular equation via the routine SLASD4 (as called by SLASD8).
This routine also updates VF and VL and computes the distances
between the updated singular values and the old singular
values.

SLASD6 is called from SLASDA.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in factored form: = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors in factored form as well.``` [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has row dimension N = NL + NR + 1, and column dimension M = N + SQRE.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (NL+NR+1). On entry D(1:NL,1:NL) contains the singular values of the upper block, and D(NL+2:N) contains the singular values of the lower block. On exit D(1:N) contains the singular values of the modified matrix.``` [in,out] VF ``` VF is REAL array, dimension (M) On entry, VF(1:NL+1) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VF(NL+2:M) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VF contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in,out] VL ``` VL is REAL array, dimension (M) On entry, VL(1:NL+1) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VL(NL+2:M) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VL contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in,out] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is REAL Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in,out] BETA ``` BETA is REAL Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [out] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension (N) This contains the permutation which will reintegrate the subproblem just solved back into sorted order, i.e. D( IDXQ( I = 1, N ) ) will be in ascending order.``` [out] PERM ``` PERM is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) The permutations (from deflation and sorting) to be applied to each block. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVPTR ``` GIVPTR is INTEGER The number of Givens rotations which took place in this subproblem. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVCOL ``` GIVCOL is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, 2 ) Each pair of numbers indicates a pair of columns to take place in a Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGCOL ``` LDGCOL is INTEGER leading dimension of GIVCOL, must be at least N.``` [out] GIVNUM ``` GIVNUM is REAL array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) Each number indicates the C or S value to be used in the corresponding Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGNUM ``` LDGNUM is INTEGER The leading dimension of GIVNUM and POLES, must be at least N.``` [out] POLES ``` POLES is REAL array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) On exit, POLES(1,*) is an array containing the new singular values obtained from solving the secular equation, and POLES(2,*) is an array containing the poles in the secular equation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] DIFL ``` DIFL is REAL array, dimension ( N ) On exit, DIFL(I) is the distance between I-th updated (undeflated) singular value and the I-th (undeflated) old singular value.``` [out] DIFR ``` DIFR is REAL array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 0. On exit, DIFR(I, 1) is the distance between I-th updated (undeflated) singular value and the I+1-th (undeflated) old singular value. If ICOMPQ = 1, DIFR(1:K,2) is an array containing the normalizing factors for the right singular vector matrix. See SLASD8 for details on DIFL and DIFR.``` [out] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension ( M ) The first elements of this array contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER Contains the dimension of the non-deflated matrix, This is the order of the related secular equation. 1 <= K <=N.``` [out] C ``` C is REAL C contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the C-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] S ``` S is REAL S contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the S-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] WORK ` WORK is REAL array, dimension ( 4 * M )` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension ( 3 * N )` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 312 of file slasd6.f.

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 subroutine slasd7 ( integer ICOMPQ, integer NL, integer NR, integer SQRE, integer K, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) Z, real, dimension( * ) ZW, real, dimension( * ) VF, real, dimension( * ) VFW, real, dimension( * ) VL, real, dimension( * ) VLW, real ALPHA, real BETA, real, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, integer, dimension( * ) IDX, integer, dimension( * ) IDXP, integer, dimension( * ) IDXQ, integer, dimension( * ) PERM, integer GIVPTR, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) GIVCOL, integer LDGCOL, real, dimension( ldgnum, * ) GIVNUM, integer LDGNUM, real C, real S, integer INFO )

SLASD7 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single sorted set. Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASD7 merges the two sets of singular values together into a single
sorted set. Then it tries to deflate the size of the problem. There
are two ways in which deflation can occur:  when two or more singular
values are close together or if there is a tiny entry in the Z
vector. For each such occurrence the order of the related
secular equation problem is reduced by one.

SLASD7 is called from SLASD6.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in compact form, as follows: = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors of upper bidiagonal matrix in compact form.``` [in] NL ``` NL is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper block. NL >= 1.``` [in] NR ``` NR is INTEGER The row dimension of the lower block. NR >= 1.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: the lower block is an NR-by-NR square matrix. = 1: the lower block is an NR-by-(NR+1) rectangular matrix. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER Contains the dimension of the non-deflated matrix, this is the order of the related secular equation. 1 <= K <=N.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension ( N ) On entry D contains the singular values of the two submatrices to be combined. On exit D contains the trailing (N-K) updated singular values (those which were deflated) sorted into increasing order.``` [out] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension ( M ) On exit Z contains the updating row vector in the secular equation.``` [out] ZW ``` ZW is REAL array, dimension ( M ) Workspace for Z.``` [in,out] VF ``` VF is REAL array, dimension ( M ) On entry, VF(1:NL+1) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VF(NL+2:M) contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VF contains the first components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] VFW ``` VFW is REAL array, dimension ( M ) Workspace for VF.``` [in,out] VL ``` VL is REAL array, dimension ( M ) On entry, VL(1:NL+1) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the upper block; and VL(NL+2:M) contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the lower block. On exit, VL contains the last components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] VLW ``` VLW is REAL array, dimension ( M ) Workspace for VL.``` [in] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is REAL Contains the diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [in] BETA ``` BETA is REAL Contains the off-diagonal element associated with the added row.``` [out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is REAL array, dimension ( N ) Contains a copy of the diagonal elements (K-1 singular values and one zero) in the secular equation.``` [out] IDX ``` IDX is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This will contain the permutation used to sort the contents of D into ascending order.``` [out] IDXP ``` IDXP is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This will contain the permutation used to place deflated values of D at the end of the array. On output IDXP(2:K) points to the nondeflated D-values and IDXP(K+1:N) points to the deflated singular values.``` [in] IDXQ ``` IDXQ is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) This contains the permutation which separately sorts the two sub-problems in D into ascending order. Note that entries in the first half of this permutation must first be moved one position backward; and entries in the second half must first have NL+1 added to their values.``` [out] PERM ``` PERM is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) The permutations (from deflation and sorting) to be applied to each singular block. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVPTR ``` GIVPTR is INTEGER The number of Givens rotations which took place in this subproblem. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [out] GIVCOL ``` GIVCOL is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, 2 ) Each pair of numbers indicates a pair of columns to take place in a Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGCOL ``` LDGCOL is INTEGER The leading dimension of GIVCOL, must be at least N.``` [out] GIVNUM ``` GIVNUM is REAL array, dimension ( LDGNUM, 2 ) Each number indicates the C or S value to be used in the corresponding Givens rotation. Not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0.``` [in] LDGNUM ``` LDGNUM is INTEGER The leading dimension of GIVNUM, must be at least N.``` [out] C ``` C is REAL C contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the C-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] S ``` S is REAL S contains garbage if SQRE =0 and the S-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space if SQRE = 1.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 278 of file slasd7.f.

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 subroutine slasd8 ( integer ICOMPQ, integer K, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) Z, real, dimension( * ) VF, real, dimension( * ) VL, real, dimension( * ) DIFL, real, dimension( lddifr, * ) DIFR, integer LDDIFR, real, dimension( * ) DSIGMA, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

SLASD8 finds the square roots of the roots of the secular equation, and stores, for each element in D, the distance to its two nearest poles. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASD8 finds the square roots of the roots of the secular equation,
as defined by the values in DSIGMA and Z. It makes the appropriate
calls to SLASD4, and stores, for each  element in D, the distance
to its two nearest poles (elements in DSIGMA). It also updates
the arrays VF and VL, the first and last components of all the
right singular vectors of the original bidiagonal matrix.

SLASD8 is called from SLASD6.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in factored form in the calling routine: = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors in factored form as well.``` [in] K ``` K is INTEGER The number of terms in the rational function to be solved by SLASD4. K >= 1.``` [out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension ( K ) On output, D contains the updated singular values.``` [in,out] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension ( K ) On entry, the first K elements of this array contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector. On exit, Z is updated.``` [in,out] VF ``` VF is REAL array, dimension ( K ) On entry, VF contains information passed through DBEDE8. On exit, VF contains the first K components of the first components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [in,out] VL ``` VL is REAL array, dimension ( K ) On entry, VL contains information passed through DBEDE8. On exit, VL contains the first K components of the last components of all right singular vectors of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] DIFL ``` DIFL is REAL array, dimension ( K ) On exit, DIFL(I) = D(I) - DSIGMA(I).``` [out] DIFR ``` DIFR is REAL array, dimension ( LDDIFR, 2 ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( K ) if ICOMPQ = 0. On exit, DIFR(I,1) = D(I) - DSIGMA(I+1), DIFR(K,1) is not defined and will not be referenced. If ICOMPQ = 1, DIFR(1:K,2) is an array containing the normalizing factors for the right singular vector matrix.``` [in] LDDIFR ``` LDDIFR is INTEGER The leading dimension of DIFR, must be at least K.``` [in,out] DSIGMA ``` DSIGMA is REAL array, dimension ( K ) On entry, the first K elements of this array contain the old roots of the deflated updating problem. These are the poles of the secular equation. On exit, the elements of DSIGMA may be very slightly altered in value.``` [out] WORK ` WORK is REAL array, dimension at least 3 * K` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 166 of file slasd8.f.

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 subroutine slasda ( integer ICOMPQ, integer SMLSIZ, integer N, integer SQRE, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, real, dimension( ldu, * ) VT, integer, dimension( * ) K, real, dimension( ldu, * ) DIFL, real, dimension( ldu, * ) DIFR, real, dimension( ldu, * ) Z, real, dimension( ldu, * ) POLES, integer, dimension( * ) GIVPTR, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) GIVCOL, integer LDGCOL, integer, dimension( ldgcol, * ) PERM, real, dimension( ldu, * ) GIVNUM, real, dimension( * ) C, real, dimension( * ) S, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer, dimension( * ) IWORK, integer INFO )

SLASDA computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` Using a divide and conquer approach, SLASDA computes the singular
value decomposition (SVD) of a real upper bidiagonal N-by-M matrix
B with diagonal D and offdiagonal E, where M = N + SQRE. The
algorithm computes the singular values in the SVD B = U * S * VT.
The orthogonal matrices U and VT are optionally computed in
compact form.

A related subroutine, SLASD0, computes the singular values and
the singular vectors in explicit form.```
Parameters:
 [in] ICOMPQ ``` ICOMPQ is INTEGER Specifies whether singular vectors are to be computed in compact form, as follows = 0: Compute singular values only. = 1: Compute singular vectors of upper bidiagonal matrix in compact form.``` [in] SMLSIZ ``` SMLSIZ is INTEGER The maximum size of the subproblems at the bottom of the computation tree.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The row dimension of the upper bidiagonal matrix. This is also the dimension of the main diagonal array D.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER Specifies the column dimension of the bidiagonal matrix. = 0: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N; = 1: The bidiagonal matrix has column dimension M = N + 1.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension ( N ) On entry D contains the main diagonal of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit D, if INFO = 0, contains its singular values.``` [in] E ``` E is REAL array, dimension ( M-1 ) Contains the subdiagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix. On exit, E has been destroyed.``` [out] U ``` U is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, SMLSIZ ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, U contains the left singular vector matrices of all subproblems at the bottom level.``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER, LDU = > N. The leading dimension of arrays U, VT, DIFL, DIFR, POLES, GIVNUM, and Z.``` [out] VT ``` VT is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, SMLSIZ+1 ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, VT**T contains the right singular vector matrices of all subproblems at the bottom level.``` [out] K ``` K is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension 1 if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, K(I) is the dimension of the I-th secular equation on the computation tree.``` [out] DIFL ``` DIFL is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, NLVL ), where NLVL = floor(log_2 (N/SMLSIZ))).``` [out] DIFR ``` DIFR is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, DIFL(1:N, I) and DIFR(1:N, 2 * I - 1) record distances between singular values on the I-th level and singular values on the (I -1)-th level, and DIFR(1:N, 2 * I ) contains the normalizing factors for the right singular vector matrix. See SLASD8 for details.``` [out] Z ``` Z is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1 and dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 0. The first K elements of Z(1, I) contain the components of the deflation-adjusted updating row vector for subproblems on the I-th level.``` [out] POLES ``` POLES is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, POLES(1, 2*I - 1) and POLES(1, 2*I) contain the new and old singular values involved in the secular equations on the I-th level.``` [out] GIVPTR ``` GIVPTR is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, GIVPTR( I ) records the number of Givens rotations performed on the I-th problem on the computation tree.``` [out] GIVCOL ``` GIVCOL is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, for each I, GIVCOL(1, 2 *I - 1) and GIVCOL(1, 2 *I) record the locations of Givens rotations performed on the I-th level on the computation tree.``` [in] LDGCOL ``` LDGCOL is INTEGER, LDGCOL = > N. The leading dimension of arrays GIVCOL and PERM.``` [out] PERM ``` PERM is INTEGER array, dimension ( LDGCOL, NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, PERM(1, I) records permutations done on the I-th level of the computation tree.``` [out] GIVNUM ``` GIVNUM is REAL array, dimension ( LDU, 2 * NLVL ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and not referenced if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1, on exit, for each I, GIVNUM(1, 2 *I - 1) and GIVNUM(1, 2 *I) record the C- and S- values of Givens rotations performed on the I-th level on the computation tree.``` [out] C ``` C is REAL array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and dimension 1 if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1 and the I-th subproblem is not square, on exit, C( I ) contains the C-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space of the I-th subproblem.``` [out] S ``` S is REAL array, dimension ( N ) if ICOMPQ = 1, and dimension 1 if ICOMPQ = 0. If ICOMPQ = 1 and the I-th subproblem is not square, on exit, S( I ) contains the S-value of a Givens rotation related to the right null space of the I-th subproblem.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (6 * N + (SMLSIZ + 1)*(SMLSIZ + 1)).``` [out] IWORK ` IWORK is INTEGER array, dimension (7*N).` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER = 0: successful exit. < 0: if INFO = -i, the i-th argument had an illegal value. > 0: if INFO = 1, a singular value did not converge```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 272 of file slasda.f.

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 subroutine slasdq ( character UPLO, integer SQRE, integer N, integer NCVT, integer NRU, integer NCC, real, dimension( * ) D, real, dimension( * ) E, real, dimension( ldvt, * ) VT, integer LDVT, real, dimension( ldu, * ) U, integer LDU, real, dimension( ldc, * ) C, integer LDC, real, dimension( * ) WORK, integer INFO )

SLASDQ computes the SVD of a real bidiagonal matrix with diagonal d and off-diagonal e. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASDQ computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real
(upper or lower) bidiagonal matrix with diagonal D and offdiagonal
E, accumulating the transformations if desired. Letting B denote
the input bidiagonal matrix, the algorithm computes orthogonal
matrices Q and P such that B = Q * S * P**T (P**T denotes the transpose
of P). The singular values S are overwritten on D.

The input matrix U  is changed to U  * Q  if desired.
The input matrix VT is changed to P**T * VT if desired.
The input matrix C  is changed to Q**T * C  if desired.

See "Computing  Small Singular Values of Bidiagonal Matrices With
Guaranteed High Relative Accuracy," by J. Demmel and W. Kahan,
LAPACK Working Note #3, for a detailed description of the algorithm.```
Parameters:
 [in] UPLO ``` UPLO is CHARACTER*1 On entry, UPLO specifies whether the input bidiagonal matrix is upper or lower bidiagonal, and wether it is square are not. UPLO = 'U' or 'u' B is upper bidiagonal. UPLO = 'L' or 'l' B is lower bidiagonal.``` [in] SQRE ``` SQRE is INTEGER = 0: then the input matrix is N-by-N. = 1: then the input matrix is N-by-(N+1) if UPLU = 'U' and (N+1)-by-N if UPLU = 'L'. The bidiagonal matrix has N = NL + NR + 1 rows and M = N + SQRE >= N columns.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER On entry, N specifies the number of rows and columns in the matrix. N must be at least 0.``` [in] NCVT ``` NCVT is INTEGER On entry, NCVT specifies the number of columns of the matrix VT. NCVT must be at least 0.``` [in] NRU ``` NRU is INTEGER On entry, NRU specifies the number of rows of the matrix U. NRU must be at least 0.``` [in] NCC ``` NCC is INTEGER On entry, NCC specifies the number of columns of the matrix C. NCC must be at least 0.``` [in,out] D ``` D is REAL array, dimension (N) On entry, D contains the diagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix whose SVD is desired. On normal exit, D contains the singular values in ascending order.``` [in,out] E ``` E is REAL array. dimension is (N-1) if SQRE = 0 and N if SQRE = 1. On entry, the entries of E contain the offdiagonal entries of the bidiagonal matrix whose SVD is desired. On normal exit, E will contain 0. If the algorithm does not converge, D and E will contain the diagonal and superdiagonal entries of a bidiagonal matrix orthogonally equivalent to the one given as input.``` [in,out] VT ``` VT is REAL array, dimension (LDVT, NCVT) On entry, contains a matrix which on exit has been premultiplied by P**T, dimension N-by-NCVT if SQRE = 0 and (N+1)-by-NCVT if SQRE = 1 (not referenced if NCVT=0).``` [in] LDVT ``` LDVT is INTEGER On entry, LDVT specifies the leading dimension of VT as declared in the calling (sub) program. LDVT must be at least 1. If NCVT is nonzero LDVT must also be at least N.``` [in,out] U ``` U is REAL array, dimension (LDU, N) On entry, contains a matrix which on exit has been postmultiplied by Q, dimension NRU-by-N if SQRE = 0 and NRU-by-(N+1) if SQRE = 1 (not referenced if NRU=0).``` [in] LDU ``` LDU is INTEGER On entry, LDU specifies the leading dimension of U as declared in the calling (sub) program. LDU must be at least max( 1, NRU ) .``` [in,out] C ``` C is REAL array, dimension (LDC, NCC) On entry, contains an N-by-NCC matrix which on exit has been premultiplied by Q**T dimension N-by-NCC if SQRE = 0 and (N+1)-by-NCC if SQRE = 1 (not referenced if NCC=0).``` [in] LDC ``` LDC is INTEGER On entry, LDC specifies the leading dimension of C as declared in the calling (sub) program. LDC must be at least 1. If NCC is nonzero, LDC must also be at least N.``` [out] WORK ``` WORK is REAL array, dimension (4*N) Workspace. Only referenced if one of NCVT, NRU, or NCC is nonzero, and if N is at least 2.``` [out] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER On exit, a value of 0 indicates a successful exit. If INFO < 0, argument number -INFO is illegal. If INFO > 0, the algorithm did not converge, and INFO specifies how many superdiagonals did not converge.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 211 of file slasdq.f.

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 subroutine slasdt ( integer N, integer LVL, integer ND, integer, dimension( * ) INODE, integer, dimension( * ) NDIML, integer, dimension( * ) NDIMR, integer MSUB )

SLASDT creates a tree of subproblems for bidiagonal divide and conquer. Used by sbdsdc.

Purpose:
``` SLASDT creates a tree of subproblems for bidiagonal divide and
conquer.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER On entry, the number of diagonal elements of the bidiagonal matrix.``` [out] LVL ``` LVL is INTEGER On exit, the number of levels on the computation tree.``` [out] ND ``` ND is INTEGER On exit, the number of nodes on the tree.``` [out] INODE ``` INODE is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) On exit, centers of subproblems.``` [out] NDIML ``` NDIML is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) On exit, row dimensions of left children.``` [out] NDIMR ``` NDIMR is INTEGER array, dimension ( N ) On exit, row dimensions of right children.``` [in] MSUB ``` MSUB is INTEGER On entry, the maximum row dimension each subproblem at the bottom of the tree can be of.```
Date:
September 2012
Contributors:
Ming Gu and Huan Ren, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Definition at line 106 of file slasdt.f.

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 subroutine slaset ( character UPLO, integer M, integer N, real ALPHA, real BETA, real, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA )

SLASET initializes the off-diagonal elements and the diagonal elements of a matrix to given values.

Purpose:
``` SLASET initializes an m-by-n matrix A to BETA on the diagonal and
ALPHA on the offdiagonals.```
Parameters:
 [in] UPLO ``` UPLO is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the part of the matrix A to be set. = 'U': Upper triangular part is set; the strictly lower triangular part of A is not changed. = 'L': Lower triangular part is set; the strictly upper triangular part of A is not changed. Otherwise: All of the matrix A is set.``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. M >= 0.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. N >= 0.``` [in] ALPHA ``` ALPHA is REAL The constant to which the offdiagonal elements are to be set.``` [in] BETA ``` BETA is REAL The constant to which the diagonal elements are to be set.``` [in,out] A ``` A is REAL array, dimension (LDA,N) On exit, the leading m-by-n submatrix of A is set as follows: if UPLO = 'U', A(i,j) = ALPHA, 1<=i<=j-1, 1<=j<=n, if UPLO = 'L', A(i,j) = ALPHA, j+1<=i<=m, 1<=j<=n, otherwise, A(i,j) = ALPHA, 1<=i<=m, 1<=j<=n, i.ne.j, and, for all UPLO, A(i,i) = BETA, 1<=i<=min(m,n).``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 111 of file slaset.f.

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 subroutine slasr ( character SIDE, character PIVOT, character DIRECT, integer M, integer N, real, dimension( * ) C, real, dimension( * ) S, real, dimension( lda, * ) A, integer LDA )

SLASR applies a sequence of plane rotations to a general rectangular matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLASR applies a sequence of plane rotations to a real matrix A,
from either the left or the right.

When SIDE = 'L', the transformation takes the form

A := P*A

and when SIDE = 'R', the transformation takes the form

A := A*P**T

where P is an orthogonal matrix consisting of a sequence of z plane
rotations, with z = M when SIDE = 'L' and z = N when SIDE = 'R',
and P**T is the transpose of P.

When DIRECT = 'F' (Forward sequence), then

P = P(z-1) * ... * P(2) * P(1)

and when DIRECT = 'B' (Backward sequence), then

P = P(1) * P(2) * ... * P(z-1)

where P(k) is a plane rotation matrix defined by the 2-by-2 rotation

R(k) = (  c(k)  s(k) )
= ( -s(k)  c(k) ).

When PIVOT = 'V' (Variable pivot), the rotation is performed
for the plane (k,k+1), i.e., P(k) has the form

P(k) = (  1                                            )
(       ...                                     )
(              1                                )
(                   c(k)  s(k)                  )
(                  -s(k)  c(k)                  )
(                                1              )
(                                     ...       )
(                                            1  )

where R(k) appears as a rank-2 modification to the identity matrix in
rows and columns k and k+1.

When PIVOT = 'T' (Top pivot), the rotation is performed for the
plane (1,k+1), so P(k) has the form

P(k) = (  c(k)                    s(k)                 )
(         1                                     )
(              ...                              )
(                     1                         )
( -s(k)                    c(k)                 )
(                                 1             )
(                                      ...      )
(                                             1 )

where R(k) appears in rows and columns 1 and k+1.

Similarly, when PIVOT = 'B' (Bottom pivot), the rotation is
performed for the plane (k,z), giving P(k) the form

P(k) = ( 1                                             )
(      ...                                      )
(             1                                 )
(                  c(k)                    s(k) )
(                         1                     )
(                              ...              )
(                                     1         )
(                 -s(k)                    c(k) )

where R(k) appears in rows and columns k and z.  The rotations are
performed without ever forming P(k) explicitly.```
Parameters:
 [in] SIDE ``` SIDE is CHARACTER*1 Specifies whether the plane rotation matrix P is applied to A on the left or the right. = 'L': Left, compute A := P*A = 'R': Right, compute A:= A*P**T``` [in] PIVOT ``` PIVOT is CHARACTER*1 Specifies the plane for which P(k) is a plane rotation matrix. = 'V': Variable pivot, the plane (k,k+1) = 'T': Top pivot, the plane (1,k+1) = 'B': Bottom pivot, the plane (k,z)``` [in] DIRECT ``` DIRECT is CHARACTER*1 Specifies whether P is a forward or backward sequence of plane rotations. = 'F': Forward, P = P(z-1)*...*P(2)*P(1) = 'B': Backward, P = P(1)*P(2)*...*P(z-1)``` [in] M ``` M is INTEGER The number of rows of the matrix A. If m <= 1, an immediate return is effected.``` [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of columns of the matrix A. If n <= 1, an immediate return is effected.``` [in] C ``` C is REAL array, dimension (M-1) if SIDE = 'L' (N-1) if SIDE = 'R' The cosines c(k) of the plane rotations.``` [in] S ``` S is REAL array, dimension (M-1) if SIDE = 'L' (N-1) if SIDE = 'R' The sines s(k) of the plane rotations. The 2-by-2 plane rotation part of the matrix P(k), R(k), has the form R(k) = ( c(k) s(k) ) ( -s(k) c(k) ).``` [in,out] A ``` A is REAL array, dimension (LDA,N) The M-by-N matrix A. On exit, A is overwritten by P*A if SIDE = 'R' or by A*P**T if SIDE = 'L'.``` [in] LDA ``` LDA is INTEGER The leading dimension of the array A. LDA >= max(1,M).```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 200 of file slasr.f.

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 subroutine slassq ( integer N, real, dimension( * ) X, integer INCX, real SCALE, real SUMSQ )

SLASSQ updates a sum of squares represented in scaled form.

Purpose:
``` SLASSQ  returns the values  scl  and  smsq  such that

( scl**2 )*smsq = x( 1 )**2 +...+ x( n )**2 + ( scale**2 )*sumsq,

where  x( i ) = X( 1 + ( i - 1 )*INCX ). The value of  sumsq  is
assumed to be non-negative and  scl  returns the value

scl = max( scale, abs( x( i ) ) ).

scale and sumsq must be supplied in SCALE and SUMSQ and
scl and smsq are overwritten on SCALE and SUMSQ respectively.

The routine makes only one pass through the vector x.```
Parameters:
 [in] N ``` N is INTEGER The number of elements to be used from the vector X.``` [in] X ``` X is REAL array, dimension (N) The vector for which a scaled sum of squares is computed. x( i ) = X( 1 + ( i - 1 )*INCX ), 1 <= i <= n.``` [in] INCX ``` INCX is INTEGER The increment between successive values of the vector X. INCX > 0.``` [in,out] SCALE ``` SCALE is REAL On entry, the value scale in the equation above. On exit, SCALE is overwritten with scl , the scaling factor for the sum of squares.``` [in,out] SUMSQ ``` SUMSQ is REAL On entry, the value sumsq in the equation above. On exit, SUMSQ is overwritten with smsq , the basic sum of squares from which scl has been factored out.```
Date:
September 2012

Definition at line 104 of file slassq.f.

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 subroutine slasv2 ( real F, real G, real H, real SSMIN, real SSMAX, real SNR, real CSR, real SNL, real CSL )

SLASV2 computes the singular value decomposition of a 2-by-2 triangular matrix.

Purpose:
``` SLASV2 computes the singular value decomposition of a 2-by-2
triangular matrix
[  F   G  ]
[  0   H  ].
On return, abs(SSMAX) is the larger singular value, abs(SSMIN) is the
smaller singular value, and (CSL,SNL) and (CSR,SNR) are the left and
right singular vectors for abs(SSMAX), giving the decomposition

[ CSL  SNL ] [  F   G  ] [ CSR -SNR ]  =  [ SSMAX   0   ]
[-SNL  CSL ] [  0   H  ] [ SNR  CSR ]     [  0    SSMIN ].```
Parameters:
 [in] F ``` F is REAL The (1,1) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] G ``` G is REAL The (1,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [in] H ``` H is REAL The (2,2) element of the 2-by-2 matrix.``` [out] SSMIN ``` SSMIN is REAL abs(SSMIN) is the smaller singular value.``` [out] SSMAX ``` SSMAX is REAL abs(SSMAX) is the larger singular value.``` [out] SNL ` SNL is REAL` [out] CSL ``` CSL is REAL The vector (CSL, SNL) is a unit left singular vector for the singular value abs(SSMAX).``` [out] SNR ` SNR is REAL` [out] CSR ``` CSR is REAL The vector (CSR, SNR) is a unit right singular vector for the singular value abs(SSMAX).```
Date:
September 2012
Further Details:
```  Any input parameter may be aliased with any output parameter.

Barring over/underflow and assuming a guard digit in subtraction, all
output quantities are correct to within a few units in the last
place (ulps).

In IEEE arithmetic, the code works correctly if one matrix element is
infinite.

Overflow will not occur unless the largest singular value itself
overflows or is within a few ulps of overflow. (On machines with
partial overflow, like the Cray, overflow may occur if the largest
singular value is within a factor of 2 of overflow.)

Underflow is harmless if underflow is gradual. Otherwise, results
may correspond to a matrix modified by perturbations of size near
the underflow threshold.```

Definition at line 139 of file slasv2.f.

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 program tstiee ( )

TSTIEE

Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 21 of file tstiee.f.

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 subroutine xerbla ( character*(*) SRNAME, integer INFO )

XERBLA

Purpose:
``` XERBLA  is an error handler for the LAPACK routines.
It is called by an LAPACK routine if an input parameter has an
invalid value.  A message is printed and execution stops.

Installers may consider modifying the STOP statement in order to
call system-specific exception-handling facilities.```
Parameters:
 [in] SRNAME ``` SRNAME is CHARACTER*(*) The name of the routine which called XERBLA.``` [in] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER The position of the invalid parameter in the parameter list of the calling routine.```
Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 71 of file xerbla.f.

 subroutine xerbla_array ( character(1), dimension(srname_len) SRNAME_ARRAY, integer SRNAME_LEN, integer INFO )

XERBLA_ARRAY

Purpose:
``` XERBLA_ARRAY assists other languages in calling XERBLA, the LAPACK
and BLAS error handler.  Rather than taking a Fortran string argument
as the function's name, XERBLA_ARRAY takes an array of single
characters along with the array's length.  XERBLA_ARRAY then copies
up to 32 characters of that array into a Fortran string and passes
that to XERBLA.  If called with a non-positive SRNAME_LEN,
XERBLA_ARRAY will call XERBLA with a string of all blank characters.

Say some macro or other device makes XERBLA_ARRAY available to C99
by a name lapack_xerbla and with a common Fortran calling convention.
Then a C99 program could invoke XERBLA via:
{
int flen = strlen(__func__);
lapack_xerbla(__func__, &flen, &info);
}

Providing XERBLA_ARRAY is not necessary for intercepting LAPACK
errors.  XERBLA_ARRAY calls XERBLA.```
Parameters:
 [in] SRNAME_ARRAY ``` SRNAME_ARRAY is CHARACTER(1) array, dimension (SRNAME_LEN) The name of the routine which called XERBLA_ARRAY.``` [in] SRNAME_LEN ``` SRNAME_LEN is INTEGER The length of the name in SRNAME_ARRAY.``` [in] INFO ``` INFO is INTEGER The position of the invalid parameter in the parameter list of the calling routine.```
Date:
November 2011

Definition at line 91 of file xerbla_array.f.

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