On almost type classes of matrices with Q-property

@article{Neogy2005OnAT,
  title={On almost type classes of matrices with Q-property},
  author={S. K. Neogy and A. K. Das},
  journal={Linear and Multilinear Algebra},
  year={2005},
  volume={53},
  pages={243 - 257}
}
In this article, we introduce a new matrix class almost (a subclass of almost N 0-matrices which are obtained as a limit of a sequence of almost N-matrices) and obtain a sufficient condition for this class to hold Q-property. We produce a counter example to show that an almost -matrix need not be a R 0-matrix. We also introduce another two new limiting matrix classes, namely of exact order 2, for a positive vector d and prove sufficient conditions for these classes to satisfy Q-property. Murthy… 
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