normal matrix


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normal matrix

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A matrix is normal if multiplying it on the right by its adjoint is the same as multiplying it on the left.
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For a normal matrix and assuming that we know the coefficients [[beta].
In this section we further simplify the problem and concentrate on the case k = 2 for a real normal matrix and a real starting vector.
Things are strikingly different if we construct a real normal matrix with the given eigenvalues (which are real or occur in complex conjugate pairs) and run the Arnoldi method with real starting vectors.
We conjecture that this is true for any real normal matrix and a real starting vector.
When A is a normal matrix, its [epsilon]-pseudospectrum is the union of closed disks of radius [epsilon] with centers at the eigenvalues.
l] to rewrite B as the sum of a normal matrix and two matrices which have small norms when [[member of].
b] (A) when A is a normal matrix or a triangular Toeplitz matrix.