I could find a few research papers with the potential application of quantum algorithms for Singular Value Decomposition and QR decomposition.
Singular Value Decomposition: Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) is one of the most useful techniques for analyzing data in linear algebra. SVD decomposes a rectangular real or complex matrix into two orthogonal matrices and one diagonal matrix. The following research paper proposes a Quantum-SVD algorithm that interpolates the non-uniform angles in the Fourier domain. This Quantum-SVD algorithm is a fundamentally novel approach for the computation of the Quantum Fourier Transformation (QFT) of non-uniform states.
We can also consider Schmidt decomposition approach for Singular Value Decomposition as per the researches in Quantum Information Theory. It is considered as a Schmidt decomposition has a lot of applications for bipartite state purification.
Following research paper proposes a rotation graph to devise elimination orderings in order to achieve QR factorisations. Properties of this graph characterise and identify sufficient sets of rotation planes. The unitary or real orthogonal matrix Q is usually computed in one of three ways: Givens rotations, Householder reflections, or Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization. A Givens-based decomposition is also an essential tool in quantum computing. It is important to determine whether a given set of rotation planes can be used to reduce a matrix to upper triangular form using a minimal number of rotations. One interesting rotation graph is the star graph. A second interesting rotation graph is the chain.