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Perturbation theory of eigenvalue problems

Franz Rellich

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Published
**1955**
by Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in [New York]
.

Written in English

- Calculus of operations,
- Functional analysis

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: leaves 163-164.

Other titles | Eigenvalue problems. |

Statement | Notes prepared with the assistance of J. Berkowitz. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 164 ℗ . |

Number of Pages | 164 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14133094M |

LC Control Number | 58002153 |

The standard book is Stewart, Sun, Matrix perturbation theory. It has a part devoted only to the generalized eigenvalue problem. You may want to check out some individual papers of Stewart and Sun as well. There are some remarks in Golub, Van Loan, Matrix computations as well. I think they mention the fact that the Hermitian/Hermitian case is. $\begingroup$ I can't/don't want to employ a numerical approach here - the use-case is to infer the (unknown) matrix elements from measured data of response to perturbation; in short, I need this to stay relatively close to traditional perturbation theory. $\endgroup$ – daysofsnow Jul 18 '18 at

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OCLC Number: Notes: "Taken from lectures given by Professor Rellich at New York University in " Description: 1 vol. (X p.) ; 23 cm. Time-dependent perturbation theory Review of interaction picture Dyson series Fermi’s Golden Rule.

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We consider polynomial eigenvalue problems P(A,α,β)x=0 in which the matrix polynomial is homogeneous in the eigenvalue (α,β)∈ C this framework infinite eigenvalues are on the same footing as finite eigenvalues. We view the problem in projective spaces to avoid normalization of the by: The Eigenvalue Problem: Perturbation Theory The Unsymmetric Eigenvalue Problem Just as the problem of solving a system of linear equations Ax = b can be sensitive to pertur-bations in the data, the problem of computing the eigenvalues of a matrix can also be sensitive to perturbations in the matrix.

In view of recent development in perturbation theory, supplementary notes and a supplementary bibliography are added at the end of the new edition. Little change has been made in the text except that the para graphs V-§VI-§and VIII-§ have been completely rewritten, and a number of minor errors, mostly typographical, have been corrected.4/5(1).

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This set of equations is generated, for the most commonly employed perturbation method, Rayleigh-Schrödinger perturbation theory .Book Title Perturbation theory of eigenvalue problems: Author(s) Rellich, Franz; Berkowitz, Jerome: Publication New York, NY: Gordon and Breach, - p.

Subject code ; Subject category Mathematical Physics and MathematicsCited by: Algorithms and Perturbation Theory for Matrix Eigenvalue Problems and the Singular Value Decomposition Abstract This dissertation is about algorithmic and theoretical developments for eigenvalue prob-lems in numerical linear algebra.

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