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The sets en will be called the

The sets en will be called the

**multiplicity**sets of the ordered representation . If ulex ) > 0 and ul ( x + 1 ) = 0 then the ordered representation is said to have**multiplicity**k . If ulex ) > 0 for all k , the representation is said to ...Page 1091

Let am ( T ) be an enumeration of the non - zero eigenvalues of T , each repeated according to its

Let am ( T ) be an enumeration of the non - zero eigenvalues of T , each repeated according to its

**multiplicity**. Then there erist enumerations ( Tn ) of the non - zero eigenvalues of T ,, with repetitions according to**multiplicity**...Page 1217

The sets en will be called the

The sets en will be called the

**multiplicity**sets of the ordered representation . If plex ) > 0 and u ( ex + 1 ) = 0 then the ordered representation is said to have**multiplicity**k . If ulex ) > 0 for all k , the representation is said to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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