Finiteness property of a bounded set of matrices with uniformly sub-peripheral spectrum

@article{Dai2011FinitenessPO,
  title={Finiteness property of a bounded set of matrices with uniformly sub-peripheral spectrum},
  author={Xiongping Dai and Victor S. Kozyakin},
  journal={Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={1564-1569}
}
In the paper, a simple condition guaranteing the finiteness property, for a bounded set S = {Sk}k ∈ K of real or complex d × d matrices, is presented. It is shown that existence of a sequence of matrix products , guarantees the spectral finiteness property for S. 
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