From: "Thom de Jong" <>
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Subject: Re: linear generalized real symmetric eigenvalue problem
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 14:50:09 +0000 (UTC)
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Interesting, it is a non-sense equation;
After going through the mathematics of the paper that made me come to this problem, there was indeed an index error. The equation to solve turns out to be the one implemented in Matlab. 

Many thanks,


"Bruno Luong" <b.luong@fogale.findmycountry> wrote in message <jmmejd$n9l$>...
> "Thom de Jong" <> wrote in message 
> > but not the "real" GEP in which me and Rain were interested:
> > A*X = Lambda*B*X,
> Are you sure about the claim this it tghe real "GEP"?
> It looks to me more like a non-sense equation, since if I multiply by inv(X) on the right, it leads to
> A = Lambda*B
> Which mean A-rows and B-rows are colinears, which is impossible in general.
> Bruno