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Linear Systems in Self-Adjoint Form

Year of Award: 1960

Award: Chauvenet Prize

Publication Information: The American Mathematical Monthly, vol. 65, (1958), pp. 665-679

Summary: The author approaches the problem of general linear algebraic systems by showing that the properties of symmetric matrices are extendable to arbitrary matrices to a surprisingly large degree, without demanding anything but orthogonal transformations.

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About the Author: (from The American Mathematical Monthly, vol. 65 (1958)) Cornelius Lanczos was at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies at the time of publication.

 

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The author approaches the problem of general linear algebraic systems by showing that the properties of symmetric matrices are extendable to arbitrary matrices to a surprisingly large degree, without demanding anything but orthogonal transformations.

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