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Solutions of the Yang-Baxter matrix equation for an idempotent

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  • Let $A$ be a square matrix which is an idempotent. We find all solutions of the matrix equation of $AXA=XAX$ by using the diagonalization technique for $A$.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 15A18, 15A24; Secondary: 15A27.

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