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“…Then we multiply two linear forms and reduce it again to finally get n B and n C . The same technique is described in examples in [4] when the denominator has factors of exponents 1 or 2.…”

confidence: 95%

“…Then we multiply two linear forms and reduce it again to finally get n B and n C . The same technique is described in examples in [4] when the denominator has factors of exponents 1 or 2.…”

confidence: 95%

“…Among the various research topics related to Vandermonde matrix, the search for new and efficient approach for computation of its inverse is still a fundamental and important topic to explore. In this chapter, we will present a new approach to computing the inverse of Vandermonde matrix via the associated partial fraction decomposition, where the latter can be obtained easily by using the Heaviside's cover-up technique (see [9,10,11,12]). It can provide us insight on the relationship between the Vandermonde matrix and the coefficients of the assoicated partial fraction decomposition.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Uraz and Nagy [11] proposed a method calculating the residues and coefficients utilizing matrix algebra. Besides the above relatively "aged" methods, many methods are also proposed in the recent years, such as the methods in [12][13][14][15][16][17]. Many of these methods are also only suitable for some particular cases and can become very complicated for large-scale problems.…”

confidence: 99%