More on hidden Z-matrices and linear complementarity problem

@article{Jana2019MoreOH,
  title={More on hidden Z-matrices and linear complementarity problem},
  author={R. Jana and A. Dutta and A. K. Das},
  journal={Linear and Multilinear Algebra},
  year={2019},
  volume={69},
  pages={1151 - 1160}
}
ABSTRACT In this article, we study linear complementarity problem with hidden Z-matrix. We extend the results of Fiedler and Pták for the linear system in complementarity problem using game theoretic approach. We establish a result related to singular hidden Z-matrix. We show that for a non-degenerate feasible basis, linear complementarity problem with hidden Z-matrix has unique non-degenerate solution under some assumptions. The purpose of this paper is to study some properties of hidden Z… 
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