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Topic: How eigenvectors are normalized
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Ben Blomberg

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How eigenvectors are normalized
Posted: May 24, 2013 5:29 AM
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Dear Mathgroup,

When I use the function "Eigenvectors" how are the eigenvectors normalized?
Is it Euclidean norm equal to 1, with the largest component has imaginary
part equal to zero?

Thanks,
Ben





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