Z-Eigenvalue inclusion theorems for tensors
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In this paper, we establish Z-eigenvalue inclusion theorems for general tensors, which reveal some crucial differences between Z-eigenvalues and H-eigenvalues. As an application, we obtain upper bounds for the largest Z-eigenvalue of a weakly symmetric nonnegative tensor, which are sharper than existing upper bounds.
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