Power iterations and the dominant eigenvalue problem
Leader, Jeffery J.
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The orbits of an iterative numerical method for the dominant eigenvalue problem are analyzed from a discrete dynamical systems perspective. It is shown that the method can extract more information than the standard power method but at greater computational cost.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-MA-93-007
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