eigenvalue equation

eigenvalue equation

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2] is the discriminant of the eigenvalue equation for the velocity gradient.
2](T) depends on the sign of the discriminant of the eigenvalue equation for [nabla][v.
By applying the variational operation to recast Equation (2), the spatial basis can be obtained from the following eigenvalue equation,
According to Proposition 2, the problem of solving the constrained optimization function is transformed to the problem of solving eigenvalue equation shown in (19).
The calculations involved in trying to directly solve an eigenvalue equation for an actual system of say, one million equations, would be formidable.
The solutions of the eigenvalue equation Cx = x[lambda] imply the given quadratic equation and its solutions.
The eigenvalue equations are then reduced to a finite linear system: