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(mathematics) any number such that a given square matrix minus that number times the identity matrix has a zero determinant

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From the description of the steps, we can see that the key of this algorithm is eigenvalue decomposition of the covariance matrix and the selection of the decision threshold.
In this paper, we focus on the maximum ratio combining (MRC) diversity gain and outage capacity of single-input and multiple-output (SIMO) systems, and analyze the effects of the eigenvalue estimation errors (due to limited channel samples) on the evaluations of the diversity gain and capacity of a SIMO system.
Reanalysis methods estimate the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a modified design without performing a full-order eigenvalue analysis.
A Discussion of Complex Eigenvalue Analytical Methods as They Relate to the Prediction of Brake Noise," SAE Int.
This is followed by a discussion of the case of equivalence classes with two subdomain boundaries and a related generalized eigenvalue problem.
The formulas derived here are consequences of the well-known formula for the derivative of a simple eigenvalue with respect to an entry in a matrix (see exercise 1 on pg 305 [6]).
Since the seminal paper of von Neumann and Wigner [13], Schrodinger operators with embedded positive eigenvalues have always played a special role in spectral and in scattering theory.
Since we, in this paper, deal with the improving of the algorithm to determine whether a quadratic eigenvalue problem is definite or not, let us briefly summarize what has been done so far in the literature up to this point.
nxn], then system (15) solves the consensus problem if and only if1 is an algebraically simple eigenvalue of A and is the unique eigenvalue of maximum modulus.
0] is called an eigenvalue of the operator A if there exists a non-zero element [y.
The zeros of (G, ) are eigenvalues of A and multiset of eigenvalues of A is called the spectrum of A .
The scree plot shows that the eigenvalue of the first component is larger than that of the second, and that the second is larger than that of the third, and so on.
The first non-nule eigenvalue v(M) of L is called the first eigenvalue of the Oteklon problem and it is variationaly characterized lay:
Part III covers numerical methods for linear systems and eigenvalue computation with a recent topics list.
For a real symmetric matrix M, the real number [lambda] is an eigenvalue of a matrix M if there exists a nonzero vector x (termed a [lambda]-eigenvector) satisfying Mx = [lambda]x.