Singular value decomposition, Electrical Engineering

Singular Value Decomposition

(i) initialize a 2x2 matrix

m=[4 0.5;0.5 7] 

Factorize the matrix with SVD

[u d v]=svd(m)

How the matrix u and v differ? Why is that?

u*d*v

What are the properties of matrices u,d and v?

v*v'

What is the determinant of matrix v,  u , d and m?

det(m)

(ii) repeat the experiment for matrix

m=[4 0.5;1.5 7] and compare with the previous results

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