Power bounded and exponentially bounded matrices
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The paper gives a new characterization of eigenprojections, which is then used to obtain a spectral decomposition for the power bounded and exponentially bounded matrices. The applications include series and integral representations of the Drazin inverse, and investigation of the asymptotic behaviour of the solutions of singular and singularly perturbed differential equations. An example is given of localized travelling waves for a system of conservation laws.
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