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Is there any solution for the following problem:

[tex]Ax = \lambda x + b[/tex]

Here [tex]x[/tex] seems to be an eigenvector of [tex]A[/tex] but with an extra translation vector [tex]b[/tex].

I cannot say whether [tex]b[/tex] is parallel to [tex]x[/tex] ([tex]b = cx[/tex]).

Thank you in advance for your help...

Birkan

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# A weird eigenvalue problem

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