Stanley C. Eisenstat
Professor
Department of Computer Science
Yale University
P. O. Box 208285
51 Prospect St
New Haven, CT 06520-8285

Office: 208 Watson
Office Hours: By appointment (see below)

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Miscellany
  B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1966
M.S., Ph.D., Stanford University, 1967, 1972
Joined Yale Faculty 1971
  Major research interests include numerical linear and nonlinear algebra, direct and iterative methods for solving sparse linear systems, and parallel computing.
 
Representative Publications:
Bullet. "An Efficient Algorithm for Computing a Strong Rank-Revealing QR Factorization," with M. Gu, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 17(4), July 1996.
Bullet. "Relative Perturbation Techniques for Singular Value Problems," with I. C. F. Ipsen, SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 32(5):1972-1988, October 1995.
Bullet. "Globally Convergent Inexact Newton Methods," with H. F. Walker, SIAM Journal on Optimization 4(2):393-422, May 1994.
Bullet. "The Theory of Elimination Trees for Sparse Unsymmetric Matrices", with Joseph W. H. Liu, SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis 26(3):686-705, March-April 2005.

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