The Hermitian matrix *A* could be represented as *A=Q·T·Q ^{ H}*, where

As a result of **HMatrixTD** subroutine, matrix *A* is replaced by the tridiagonal matrix *T* and a sequence of reflections transformations stored in a compact form. The format of the matrix and the subroutine parameters are described in detail in the subroutine comments; there we can note an analogy with QR-decomposition, that uses the lower triangular part of the matrix *R* to store the matrix *Q* and utilizes a very similar data storage format. As with QR decomposition, a subroutine for "unpacking" the matrix *Q* is presented: **HMatrixTDUnpackQ**.

*This algorithm is transferred from the LAPACK library.*

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