### A basic decomposition result related to the notion of the rank of a matrix and applications.

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Given a square matrix A, a Brauer’s theorem [Brauer A., Limits for the characteristic roots of a matrix. IV. Applications to stochastic matrices, Duke Math. J., 1952, 19(1), 75–91] shows how to modify one single eigenvalue of A via a rank-one perturbation without changing any of the remaining eigenvalues. Older and newer results can be considered in the framework of the above theorem. In this paper, we present its application to stabilization of control systems, including the case when the system...

Assume that K is an arbitrary field. Let (I, ⪯) be a two-peak poset of finite prinjective type and let KI be the incidence algebra of I. We study sincere posets I and sincere prinjective modules over KI. The complete set of all sincere two-peak posets of finite prinjective type is given in Theorem 3.1. Moreover, for each such poset I, a complete set of representatives of isomorphism classes of sincere indecomposable prinjective modules over KI is presented in Tables 8.1.

We present an easy-to-implement algorithm for transforming a matrix to rational canonical form.