More generally, a Hankel matrix is any matrix of the form
In terms of the components, if the element of is denoted with , and assuming , then we have for all .
Some properties and factsEdit
- The Hankel matrix is a symmetric matrix.
- Let be an exchange matrix of order . If is a Hankel matrix, then , where is a Toeplitz matrix.
- If is real symmetric, then will have the same eigenvalues as up to sign.
- The Hilbert matrix is an example of a Hankel matrix.
The determinant of a Hankel matrix is called a catalecticant.
The Hankel transform is the name sometimes given to the transformation of a sequence, where the transformed sequence corresponds to the determinant of the Hankel matrix. That is, the sequence is the Hankel transform of the sequence when
Here, is the Hankel matrix of the sequence . The Hankel transform is invariant under the binomial transform of a sequence. That is, if one writes
as the binomial transform of the sequence , then one has
Applications of Hankel matricesEdit
Hankel matrices are formed when, given a sequence of output data, a realization of an underlying state-space or hidden Markov model is desired. The singular value decomposition of the Hankel matrix provides a means of computing the A, B, and C matrices which define the state-space realization. The Hankel matrix formed from the signal has been found useful for decomposition of non-stationary signals and time-frequency representation.
Positive Hankel matrices and the Hamburger moment problemsEdit
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