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Mike Boyle - Nonnegative matrices : Perron Frobenius theory and related algebra (Part 1)

Lecture I. I’ll give a complete elementary presentation of the essential features of the Perron Frobenius theory of nonnegative matrices for the central case of primitive matrices (the "Perron" part). (The "Frobenius" part, for irreducible matrices, and finally the case for general nonnegative matrices, will be described, with proofs left to accompanying notes.) For integer matrices we’ll relate "Perron numbers" to this and Mahler measures. Lecture II. I’ll describe how the Perron-Frobenius theory generalizes (and fails to generalize) to 1,2,... x 1,2,... ...
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Mike Boyle - Nonnegative matrices : Perron Frobenius theory and related algebra (Part 2)

Lecture I. I’ll give a complete elementary presentation of the essential features of the Perron Frobenius theory of nonnegative matrices for the central case of primitive matrices (the "Perron" part). (The "Frobenius" part, for irreducible matrices, and finally the case for general nonnegative matrices, will be described, with proofs left to accompanying notes.) For integer matrices we’ll relate "Perron numbers" to this and Mahler measures. Lecture II. I’ll describe how the Perron-Frobenius theory generalizes (and fails to generalize) to 1,2,... x 1,2,... ...
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Mike Boyle - Nonnegative matrices : Perron Frobenius theory and related algebra (Part 3)

Lecture I. I’ll give a complete elementary presentation of the essential features of the Perron Frobenius theory of nonnegative matrices for the central case of primitive matrices (the "Perron" part). (The "Frobenius" part, for irreducible matrices, and finally the case for general nonnegative matrices, will be described, with proofs left to accompanying notes.) For integer matrices we’ll relate "Perron numbers" to this and Mahler measures. Lecture II. I’ll describe how the Perron-Frobenius theory generalizes (and fails to generalize) to 1,2,... x 1,2,... ...
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