For a Jordan form (which is a direct sum of individual jordan blocks) that has distinct eigenvalues along the diagonal, how would the exponential of the Jordan form be calculated ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

As far as Im aware the formula for calculating the exponential of a jordan block can only involve one eigenvalue, so how would this work for the case of a matrix having distinct eigenvalues ?

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# Exponential of jordan form involving distinct eigenvalues

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