Factorizing a Matrix Quadratic Polynomial

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New Zealand Journal of Mathematics

Vol. 43, (2013), Pages 1-6


Christopher S. Withers

Applied Mathematics Group

Industrial Research Limited

Lower Hutt,

New Zealand

Saralees Nadarajah

School of Mathematics

University of Manchester

Manchester M13 9PL,

United Kingdom

mailto:Saralees.Nadarajah@manchester.ac.uk




Abstract Let A1, A2 lie in {\mathbb{C}}^{r\times r} and t in {\mathbb{C}}. For the matrix quadratic polynomial, I+A_1t+A_2t^2 = \left( I - \alpha_1t \right) \left(I - \alpha_2t \right), we give explicit solutions for 12) in {\mathbb{C}}^{r\times r}. We consider two cases: i) A1 and A2 commute; ii) A1 and A2 do not commute.

Keywords Factorization; Jordan blocks; Matrix quadratic equation.

Classification (MSC2000) 15B99.

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