different companion matrices
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Tagged as companion matrices, Frobenius forms, linear algebra 2, Rational forms
If anybody would like a favorite reference of mine that places the Frobenius Normal Form in the context of other Normal Forms:
Theorem III.8 (section 10 of chapter III)
Academic Press, Jul 21, 1972
Which is fairly easy; if you start at the beginning.
cf. is confer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cf.
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