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Ks−1 ) [Mks,1 ]−1 43 ⎞ t ⎜ .. ⎟ ⎝ . ⎠ ts and direct calculations give 1 μk1 . . μks−1 μk1 μk2 . . μks .. . . . .. μks μks+1 . . μk2s−1 Qks (t) = |Mks,1 | 1 t .. 6) where, for any square matrix M, |M| denotes its determinant. The derivation of the updating rule for the normalized gradient zk relies on the computation of the inner product (gk+1 , gk+1 ). From the orthogonality property of gk+1 to gk , Agk , . . , As−1 gk we get (gk+1 , gk+1 ) = (gk+1 , γsk As gk ) = γsk (Qks (A)As gk , gk ) 1 μk1 .

Theorem 1 below shows that if the relaxation coefficient ε is either small (ε < 4M m/(M + m)2 ) or large (ε > 1), then for almost all starting points the algorithm asymptotically behaves as if it has started at the worst possible initial point. However, for some values of ε the rate does not attract to a constant value and often exhibits chaotic behaviour. 5) is shown in Fig. 1 where we display the asymptotic rates in the case M/m = 10. In this figure and all other figures in this chapter we assume that d = 100 and all the eigenvalues are equally spaced.

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