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|Title:||EFFICIENT ALGORITHMS FOR THE DECOMPOSITION OF MATRIX ALGEBRAS|
|Abstract:||We consider the bit-complexity of the decomposition of semi-simple algebras over finite fields and number fields, and of simple algebras over C and R, for matrix algebras with bases consisting of matrices over a number field. Exact computations in number fields are performed symbolically. We present new probabilistic and deterministic polynomial-time algorithms for the decomposition of semi-simple algebras over the above concrete fields. The algorithms are somewhat simpler than the algorithm previously given by Friedl and Ronyai; the probabilistic algorithm suggests a modification that might improve the performance of the original algorithm in the average case. The new methods also provide parallel (NC) reductions from the decomposition of semi-simple algebras to the problem of factoring polynomials over fields, as well as efficient parallel algorithms for the decomposition of semi-simple algebras over (small) finite fields. We also extend the methods of Eberly  and Babai and Ronyai  for the decomposition of simple algebras over C, to obtain a new probabilistic polynomial-time algorithm for the decomposition of simple algebras over R. This is the first (Boolean) polynomial-time algorithm for this problem.|
|Appears in Collections:||Eberly, Wayne|
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