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Can one branch of mathematics be completely learned from the perspective of another branch of mathematics?
The question atleast makes sense in the context of drawing analogies to prove theorems, may be across branches. The following quote may throw some light: "A mathematician is a person who can find analogies between theorems; a better mathematician is one who can see analogies between proofs and the best mathematician can notice analogies between theories. One can imagine that the ultimate mathematician is one who can see analogies between analogies."-Stefan Banach |
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The distribution of roots of elliptic polynomial
I think G.B.Folland discusses this in his Introductory book on PDE. |
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Optimization version of the Sylvester equation
@Suvrit Thank you for the answer. Your answer settles the fact that there exists a solution. But, my original interest, which I unfortunately did not make it clear in my post, is to get some quantitative information on the bounds of the solution w.r.t the eigenvalues of $A$ and $B$. |