Toronto Math Forum
Welcome,
Guest
. Please
login
or
register
.
1 Hour
1 Day
1 Week
1 Month
Forever
Login with username, password and session length
News:
Home
Help
Search
Calendar
Login
Register
Toronto Math Forum
»
MAT244-2018S
»
MAT244––Home Assignments
»
When to pick which component of the generalized eigenvector to be zero
« previous
next »
Print
Pages: [
1
]
Author
Topic: When to pick which component of the generalized eigenvector to be zero (Read 1234 times)
Vivian Ngo
Full Member
Posts: 23
Karma: 4
When to pick which component of the generalized eigenvector to be zero
«
on:
March 19, 2018, 11:03:28 AM »
In 7.8, the solutions often mention picking n1 = 0 or n2 = 0 or n3 = 0 for the generalized eigenvector. How do we decide which one to make zero? It seems that picking different ones yield different answers.
Logged
Victor Ivrii
Administrator
Elder Member
Posts: 2437
Karma: 0
Re: When to pick which component of the generalized eigenvector to be zero
«
Reply #1 on:
March 19, 2018, 03:41:59 PM »
It happens when we have several eigenvectors with the same eigenvalue; then we get different fundamental systems, but we get different descriptions of the same solutions
Logged
Victor Ivrii
Administrator
Elder Member
Posts: 2437
Karma: 0
Re: When to pick which component of the generalized eigenvector to be zero
«
Reply #2 on:
April 04, 2018, 06:06:46 AM »
Borui, stop flood of messages caring no useful information
Your posting privileges suspended
Logged
Print
Pages: [
1
]
« previous
next »
Toronto Math Forum
»
MAT244-2018S
»
MAT244––Home Assignments
»
When to pick which component of the generalized eigenvector to be zero