Asistant Professor Liu Xin

Asistant Professor Liu Xin

Faculty of Information Technology

 

Office: A324

Tel.: +853-8897 2829

E-mail: xiliu@must.edu.mo

Academic Qualification:
  • 2007.9-2010.7 Shanghai University, M. Sc
  • 2010.9-2013.7 Shanghai University, Ph. D
Teaching Area

Calculus, Linear Algebra

Research Area

The matrix theory and its application on statistical linear model

Working Experience
  • 2013.9- Asistant professor in MUST

Academic Publication (selected)

  1. Liu, Xin, The η-anti-Hermitian solution to some classic matrix equations. Applied Mathematics and Computation. 320 (2018) 264-270.(SCI)
  2. Yu, Guihai; Liu, Xin; Qu, Hui, Singularity of Hermitian (quasi-)Laplacian matrix of mixed graphs. Applied Mathematics and Computation. 293(2017) 287-292.(SCI)
  3. Liu, Xin; Qing-Wen Wang, The Least Squares Hermitian (Anti)reflexive Solution with the Least Norm to Matrix Equation AXB=C. Mathematical Problems in Engineering. (2017)1-6. (SCI)
  4. Q.W. Wang, X. Liu, The equalities of BLUPs for linear combinations under two general linear mixed models, Communications in Statistics – Theory and Methods,42 (19) (2013) 3528-3543. (SCI)
  5. Liu Xin, Qingwen Wang, Equality of the BLUPs under the mixed linear model when random components and errors are correlated, Journal of Multivarivate Analysis , 116, 2013, 297-309.(SCI)
  6. Danniel Kressner, Liu Xin, structured canonical forms for products of (skew)symmetric matrices and the matrix equation XAX=B, Electronic of linear algebra, 26, 2013, 215-230.(SCI)
  7. X. Zhang, Q.W. Wang, X. Liu, Inertias and ranks of some Hermitian matrix functions with applications, Cent. Eur. J. Math. 10 (1) (2012) 329-351. (IE)
  8. Q.W. Wang, X. Liu, S.W. Yu, The common bisymmetric nonnegative definite solutions with extreme ranks and inertias to a pair of matrix equations, Appl. Math. Comput, 218 (6) (2011) 2761-2771. (SCI)
  9. Q.W. Wang, G. J. Song, Xin Liu, Maximal and minimal ranks of the common solution of some linear matrix equations over an arbitrary division ring with applications. Algebra colloquium. 2009, 16(2): 293-308.(SCI)
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