María I. Bueno

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A standard way to solve polynomial eigenvalue problems P (λ)x = 0 is to convert the matrix polynomial P (λ) into a matrix pencil that preserves its elementary divisors and, therefore, its eigenvalues. This process is known as linearization and is not unique, since there are infinitely many linearizations with widely varying properties associated with P (λ).(More)
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