As we know, if A is a real and symmetric matrix, the SVD decomposition is just the eigendecomposition, and the singular values and singular vectors are just eigenvalues and eigenvectors.

For the case that A is real but not symmetric, what are the relationships between the singular values and eigenvalues of A?



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