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Jun
13
reviewed Approve Ackermann Function primitive recursive
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
But if you mean "Is it a square matrix?", then the answer is yes.
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
No I don't understand how you mean. $(n/k)^s$ where $n=1,2,3,...N$ and $k=1,2,3,...K$
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
Yes that is a better way to say it. I mean given a matrix $A$, change $s$ and calculate the eigenvalues and compare.
Jun
7
reviewed Approve The height of right isosceles triangle decreases with the speed proportional to the area of this triangle
Jun
7
reviewed Approve How to find a formula of this generating sequence?
Jun
7
reviewed Approve Multiplication of integers of non decreasing sequences
Jun
7
revised Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
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Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
It appears to work for random $s$. Is a Hadamard product the same as the element wise product somehow?
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
I see. These are the eigenvalues that I got from the all ones matrix: $$\left( \begin{array}{c} \{1.\} \\ \{2.,0\} \\ \{3.,0,0\} \\ \{4.,0,0,0\} \\ \{5.,0,0,0,0\} \\ \{6.,0,0,0,0,0\} \\ \{7.,0,0,0,0,0,0\} \end{array} \right)$$ They too are invariant.
Jun
7
revised Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
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comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
Ok thanks, I will try that. But I don't know where it will lead me.
Jun
7
revised Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
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Jun
7
asked Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
Jun
7
reviewed Approve Operations on sets, parenthesis difference?
Jun
6
reviewed Approve How to find the generating function
Jun
6
comment Quantum mechanics for mathematicians
In may 2015 I bought the book "Quantum Mechanics The Teoretical Minimum" by Leonard Susskind and Art Friedman. It is good although it takes a while to understand because he is using the same symbol $\psi(t)$ to denote at least three different functions.
Jun
5
revised Will every eigenvalue in this type of matrix eventually be a common eigenvalue to infinitely many subsequent larger matrices of the same form?
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revised Will every eigenvalue in this type of matrix eventually be a common eigenvalue to infinitely many subsequent larger matrices of the same form?
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revised Will every eigenvalue in this type of matrix eventually be a common eigenvalue to infinitely many subsequent larger matrices of the same form?
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