Volume 25, Issue 5
Structures of Circulant Inverse M-Matrices

J. Comp. Math., 25 (2007), pp. 553-560.

Published online: 2007-10

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In this paper, we present a useful result on the structures of circulant inverse M-matrices. It is shown that if the $n\times n$ nonnegative circulant matrix $A=Circ[c_0, c_1, \cdots, c_{n-1}]$ is not a positive matrix and not equal to $c_0 I$, then $A$ is an inverse M-matrix if and only if there exists a positive integer $k$, which is a proper factor of $n$, such that $c_{jk}>0$ for $j=0, 1,\cdots, [\frac{n-k}{k}]$, the other $c_i$ are zero and $Circ[c_0, c_k, \cdots, c_{n-k}]$ is an inverse M-matrix. The result is then extended to the so-called generalized circulant inverse M-matrices.

15A48, 15A29, 15A57.

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In this paper, we present a useful result on the structures of circulant inverse M-matrices. It is shown that if the $n\times n$ nonnegative circulant matrix $A=Circ[c_0, c_1, \cdots, c_{n-1}]$ is not a positive matrix and not equal to $c_0 I$, then $A$ is an inverse M-matrix if and only if there exists a positive integer $k$, which is a proper factor of $n$, such that $c_{jk}>0$ for $j=0, 1,\cdots, [\frac{n-k}{k}]$, the other $c_i$ are zero and $Circ[c_0, c_k, \cdots, c_{n-k}]$ is an inverse M-matrix. The result is then extended to the so-called generalized circulant inverse M-matrices.

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In this paper, we present a useful result on the structures of circulant inverse M-matrices. It is shown that if the $n\times n$ nonnegative circulant matrix $A=Circ[c_0, c_1, \cdots, c_{n-1}]$ is not a positive matrix and not equal to $c_0 I$, then $A$ is an inverse M-matrix if and only if there exists a positive integer $k$, which is a proper factor of $n$, such that $c_{jk}>0$ for $j=0, 1,\cdots, [\frac{n-k}{k}]$, the other $c_i$ are zero and $Circ[c_0, c_k, \cdots, c_{n-k}]$ is an inverse M-matrix. The result is then extended to the so-called generalized circulant inverse M-matrices.

Yurui Lin & Linzhang Lu. (1970). Structures of Circulant Inverse M-Matrices. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 25 (5). 553-560. doi:
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