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bobbym
2013-07-16 12:41:10

Hi;

Not really, I had reconstruct it entirely from my notes. I did not even remember how before that.

mowgli
2013-07-16 03:05:24

Thanks a lot, you are the best.

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bobbym
2013-07-16 02:12:03

Check post #2, that is the whole process.

mowgli
2013-07-16 02:07:43

How do you go from the final matrix shown to a matrix of exponential functions?

bobbym
2013-07-16 01:12:54

Hi;

Why wouldn't you just plug into the Taylor series?

What is a?

Start by computing A^n.













mowgli
2013-07-16 01:09:05

Hi there everyone.

I was wondering if you can help me with the following question:

If I have a general upper triangular matrix such as:

A^n = -----d^n---n(u)d^n-1--------------(ignore dashes)
--------------0-------d^n

How to i find e^a and/or e^x using taylor series?

If the general matrix is difficult to compute onto text, consider any basic upper triangular matrix as an example.

Such as:

A = [2  4]
-----[0  2]

I'd be grateful for any help!

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