## Solve generalized eigenvalue problem or reduce it to single

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**1**of**1**### Solve generalized eigenvalue problem or reduce it to single

We want to accelerate on GPUs the generalized symmetric eigenvalue problem, i.e., Ax=lambda*Bx, where A and B are real matrices. We wonder whether CULA has support for this problem, or if using other CULA functions, we could reduce this problem to the simple eigenvalue problem, A'x=lambda*x

- horacioemilio
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### Re: Solve generalized eigenvalue problem or reduce it to sin

We have plans to add generalized eigen-solvers in the next CULA Dense release.

Are you interested in general or symmetric systems?

Are you interested in general or symmetric systems?

- kyle
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### Re: Solve generalized eigenvalue problem or reduce it to sin

only in symmetric systems

from the other side, would it be possible, using CULA tools, to reduce the generalized problem to the single one? (Ax=lambda*x)

from the other side, would it be possible, using CULA tools, to reduce the generalized problem to the single one? (Ax=lambda*x)

- horacioemilio
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### Re: Solve generalized eigenvalue problem or reduce it to sin

horacioemilio wrote:... would it be possible, using CULA tools, to reduce the generalized problem to the single one? (Ax=lambda*x)

No. There are core components that need to be implemented first.

- kyle
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