Hello,
O(n^3) for both. The computation of the constant is somewhat more problematic.
(Since there is a convergence story behind that, so you need a tolerance, hope
for a cubic convergence, etc.)
Golub and Van Loan (3rd Edition, p.421) textbook declares that this is 4/3 n^3
for STEV and 9n^3 for SYEV.
(I am not sure how to read GVL on this one actually, maybe they mean 31/3 n^3
for SYEV. I send an email to Charles, we'll see if there is an answer.)
Anyone on the mailing list wants to help answering?
Julien.
On Aug 6, 2011, at 4:55 PM, Andrea Arteaga wrote:
Dear all,
I did not find any specification of the complexity of the syev
routine. I'm using it to completely diagonalize a matrix (i.e. with
JOBZ = "V"). I'm also interested on the stev complexity, for the same
task.
Thanks for the help.
Best regards.
Andrea Arteaga
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