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Topic: eigenvalues and increasing function
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Re: eigenvalues and increasing function
Posted: Apr 20, 2013 12:49 PM
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A simple examlple:

Let x=[ 1 2]', A=[ 2y 3; 4 5y]; then

f=[ 1 2][ 2y 3; 4 5y][ 1 2]'

=19+22y

So f is increasing function of "y"



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