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1) degenerates into the system A0 x = b0 . 3) If for small μ the determinant det A(μ) = 0, then Eq. 1) has a solution x(μ). 3). 1) is obtained in the form of a power series in μ: x = x 0 + μx 1 + μ2 x 2 + · · · . 4) into Eq. 1) and equating the terms with the same power of μ we get μ0 : μ1 : μ2 : .. 4). 1), x(μ), if it exists, is singular at the point μ = 0. If we assume that det(A0 + μA1 ) = 0 for small μ, then Eq. 1) has solution x(μ). A detailed discussion of this issue may be found in .
3) has N eigenvalues λ0i and N eigenvectors x 0i . First, consider the case where all eigenvalues are simple. We seek the corrections to the eigenvalues λ0i . Normalize the eigenvectors x 0i : (x 0i , x 0i ) = 1. 3) to have a solution it is necessary that its right side be orthogonal to the eigenvectors of the matrix on the left side: (( A0 − λ0i I)x 1i , x 0i ) = λ1i |x 0i |2 − ( A1 x 0i , x0i ) . Since the matrix ( A0 − λ0i I) is Hermitian, then (( A0 − λ0i I)x 1i , x 0i ) = (x 1i , ( A0 − λ0i I)x 0i ) = 0, and the correction to the eigenvalue is λ1i = ( A1 x 0i , x 0i ) = ( A1 x 0i , x 0i ) .
8) into Eq. 1) and equate coefficients of equal powers of μ: μ−1 : μ0 : μ1 : .. 9) holds for any C0 . The second equation is solvable for x 0 if and only if b0 − C0 A1 x 10 , y(1) = 0. From this equation the constant C0 may be found: C0 = b0 , y(1) A1 x 10 , y(1) . 9). 9) provide C0 and x 0 . We write the third equation in the form A0 x 1 = b1 − A1 x 0 − C1 A1 x 10 − C0 A2 x 10 . From the solvability conditions for that equation, b1 − A1 x 0 , −C1 A1 x 10 − C0 A2 x 10 , y(1) = 0 we find the next coefficient C1 and then the next partial solution x 1 .