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This is my fisrt time post on this forum, I have this question for long time but people around me couldn't really answer it, hopes I can get the answer from you guys...

Given a complex n by n matrix A, Under what restriction, its eigenvalue(s) is the continuous function of A?

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# Continuous eigenvalue of n by n matrix

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