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Diagonalizable matrix
Geometrically, a diagonalizable matrix is an inhomogeneous dilation (or anisotropic scaling) — it scales the space, as does a homogeneous dilation, but by a ...

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(-1,0,1)-matrix： A091470
(0,1)-matrix： A091472
Matrix type： OEIS
(-1,1)-matrix： A091471
2013年4月19日 — A square matrix which is not diagonalizable is called defective. Diagonalizable matrices and maps are of interest because diagonal matrices are ...
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A diagonalizable matrix is any square matrix or linear map where it is possible to sum the eigenspaces to create a corresponding diagonal matrix.
An n × n matrix A is diagonalizable if and only if A has n linearly independent eigenvectors. In this case, A = CDC − ...
A square matrix is said to be diagonalizable if it is similar to a diagonal matrix. That is, A A A is diagonalizable if there is an invertible matrix P P P ...
2020年4月6日 — One important application of diagonalizable matrices is computing powers of ... for a n × n diagonal matrix D and n × n invertible matrix P.
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Diagonalizable matrix — Not all matrices are diagonalizable. The diagonalizable matrices are those that have no defective eigenvalues (i.e., eigenvalues ...