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APPLICATION OF MATRICES IN THE ANALYSIS OF TIME AUTONOMOUS SYSTEM

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CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The introduction and development of the notion of a matrix and the subject of linear algebra followed the development of determinants, which arose from the study of coefficients of systems of linear equations. Leibnitz, one of the two founders of calculus, used determinants in 1693 and Cramer presented his determinant-based formula for solving systems of linear equations (today known as Cramer's Rule) in 1750.

In contrast, the first implicit use of matrices occurred in Lagrange's work on bilinear forms in the late 1700s. Lagrange desired to characterize the maxima and minima of multivariate functions. His method is now known as the method of Lagrange multipliers. In order to do this he first required the first order partial derivatives to be 0 and additionally required that a condition on the matrix of second order partial derivatives hold; this condition is today called positive or negative definiteness, although Lagrange didn't use matrices explicitly. Gauss developed Gaussian elimination around 1800 and used it to solve least squares problems in celestial computations and later in computations to measure the earth and its surface (the branch of applied mathematics concerned with measuring or determining the shape of the earth or with locating exactly points on the earth's surface is called geodesy.

Even though Gauss' name is associated with this technique for successively eliminating variables from systems of linear equations Chinese manuscripts from several centuries earlier have been found that explain how to solve a system of three equations in three unknowns by ''Gaussian'' elimination. For years Gaussian elimination was considered part of the development of geodesy, not mathematics. The first appearance of Gauss-Jordan elimination in print was in a handbook on geodesy written by Wilhelm Jordan. Many people incorrectly assume that the famous mathematician Camille Jordan is the Jordan in ''Gauss-Jordan'' elimination. For matrix algebra to fruitfully develop one needed both proper notation and the proper definition of matrix multiplication. Both needs were met at about the same time and in the same place. In 1848 in England, J.J. Sylvester first introduced the term ''matrix,'' which was the Latin word for womb, as a name for an array of numbers. Matrix algebra was nurtured by the work of Arthur Cayley in 1855. Cayley studied compositions of linear transformations and was led to define matrix multiplication so that the matrix of coefficients for the composite transformation ST is the product of the matrix for S times the matrix for T. He went on to study the algebra of these compositions including matrix inverses. The famous Cayley-Hamilton theorem which asserts that a square matrix is a root of its characteristic polynomial was given by Cayley in his 1858 Memoir on the Theory of Matrices. The use of a single letter A to represent a matrix was crucial to the development of matrix algebra.

Early in the development the formula det(AB) = det(A)det(B) provided a connection between matrix algebra and determinants. Cayley wrote ''There would be many things to say about this theory of matrices which should; it seems to me, precede the theory of determinants.'' Mathematicians also attempted to develop of algebra of vectors but there was no natural definition of the product of two vectors that held in arbitrary dimensions. The first vector algebra that involved a noncommutative vector product (that is, v x w need not equal w x v) was proposed by Hermann Grassmann in his book Ausdehnungslehre (1844). Grassmann's text also introduced the product of a column matrix and a row matrix, which resulted in what is now called a simple or a rank-one matrix.

In the late 19th century the American mathematical physicist Willard Gibbs published his famous treatise on vector analysis. In that treatise Gibbs represented general matrices, which he called dyadics, as sums of simple matrices, which Gibbs called dyads. Later the physicist P. A. M. Dirac introduced the term ''bra-ket'' for what we now call the scalar product of a ''bra'' (row) vector times a ''ket'' (column) vector and the term ''ket-bra'' for the product of a ket times a bra, resulting in what we now call a simple matrix, as above. Our convention of identifying column matrices and vectors was introduced by physicists in the 20th century. Matrices continued to be closely associated with linear transformations. By 1900 they were just a finite-dimensional subcase of the emerging theory of linear transformations.

The modern definition of a vector space was introduced by Peano in 1888. Abstract vector spaces whose elements were functions soon followed. There was renewed interest in matrices, particularly on the numerical analysis of matrices, after World War II with the development of modern digital computers. John von Neumann and Herman Goldstine introduced condition numbers in analyzing roundoff errors in 1947. Alan Turing and von Neumann were the 20th century giants in the development of stored-program computers. Turing introduced the LU decomposition of a matrix in 1948. The L is a lower triangular matrix with 1's on the diagonal and the U is an echelon matrix. It is common to use LU decompositions in the solution of a sequence of systems of linear equations, each having the same coefficient matrix. The benefits of the QR decomposition was realized a decade later. The Q is a matrix whose columns are orthonormal vectors and R is a square upper triangular invertible matrix with positive entries on its diagonal. The QR factorization is used in computer algorithms for various computations, such as solving equations and find eigenvalues.

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The study will try to systems of time autonomous system using matrix. An autonomous differential equation is an equation of the form:

dy/dt =f(y)

Let's think of t as indicating time. This equation says that the rate of change dy/dt of the function y(t) is given by a some rule. The rule says that if the current value is y, then the rate of change is f(y).

The equation is called a differential equation, because it is an equation involving the derivative dy/dt. The differential equation is called autonomous because the rule doesn't care what time t it is. It only cares about the current value of the variable y.

Given an autonomous differential equation, we'll often want to solve the equation, which means find a function a y(t)y(t) whose derivative dy/dt is equal to f(y).

1.3 AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The main aim of the research work is to examine the application of matrices in the analysis of time autonomous system. The specific objectives of the study are:

  1.  to look at what time autonomous system is all about
  2. to determine the law and algebra of matrices
  3. to apply matrices in solving differential equation of first and second order.
  4. to investigate the factors affecting the use of matrices to solve time autonomous system

1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS

The study came up with research questions so as to ascertain the above stated objectives of the study. The research questions for the study are:

  1. what is time autonomous system is all about?
  2. What are the laws and algebra of matrices?
  3. Is the application of matrices in solving differential equation of first and second order effective?
  4. What are the factors affecting the use of matrices to solve time autonomous system?

1.6 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The study on the application of matrices in the analysis of time autonomous system will be of immense benefit to the mathematics department, physics department and the radiographic centers. The study will examine time autonomous systems and see how to use matrices to ascertain its initial solution. The study will also be applicable to other life sciences like biology, medicine and radio activity. The study will serve as a repository of information to other researchers that desire to carry out similar research on the above topic. Finally the study will contribute to the body of the existing literature on the application of matrices in the analysis of time autonomous system

1.7 SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The study on the application of matrices in the analysis of time autonomous system will focus on first and second order time autonomous systems of equations.

1.8 DEFINITION OF TERMS

Matrix: In mathematics, a matrix is a rectangular array of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns. For example, the dimension of the matrix below is 2 × 3, because there are two rows and three columns: Provided that they have the same size, two matrices can be added or subtracted element by element.

Autonomous system: an autonomous system or autonomous differential equation is a system of ordinary differential equations which does not explicitly depend on the independent variable. When the variable is time, they are also called time-invariant systems.

 


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