## Bohemian Matrices and Applications

20 Jun 2018, by Sponsored events inOrganiser: Professor Nick Higham

Bohemian matrices are matrices with entries drawn from a fixed discrete set of small integers (BOunded HEight Matrix of Integers). Such matrices arise in many applications. For instance, graph incidence matrices have entries from {0, 1} and Bernoulli matrices, which occur in compressed sensing, have entries from {-1, 1}. This workshop aims to investigate existing open questions and applications revolving around such matrices, identify new ones, and plan future activities. The attendees have research expertise drawn from matrix theory, numerical linear algebra, computer algebra, algebraic geometry, number theory, combinatorics, and high performance computing.

Attendees:

- Cara Adams, University of Western Ontario
- Pierre Blanchard, University of Manchester
- Eunice Chan, University of Western Ontario
- Rob Corless, University of Western Ontario
- Massimiliano Fasi, University of Manchester
- Nick Higham, University of Manchester
- Lalo Gonzalez-Vega, Universidad de Cantabria
- Ilse Ipsen, North Carolina State University
- Piers Lawrence, EigenPoly Consulting
- Matthew Lettington, Cardiff University
- Theo Mary, University of Manchester
- Vanni Noferini, University of Essex.
- Gian Maria Negri Porzio, University of Manchester
- Juana Sendra, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
- Steven Thornton, University of Western Ontario
- Françoise Tisseur, University of Manchester

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