**Symmetrizable integer matrices having all their eigenvalues in the interval [-2,2].** / Smyth, Chris; McKee, James.

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**Symmetrizable integer matrices having all their eigenvalues in the interval [-2,2].** / Smyth, Chris; McKee, James.

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Smyth, C & McKee, J 2020, 'Symmetrizable integer matrices having all their eigenvalues in the interval [-2,2]', *Algebraic Combinatorics*.

Smyth, C., & McKee, J. (Accepted/In press). Symmetrizable integer matrices having all their eigenvalues in the interval [-2,2]. *Algebraic Combinatorics*.

Smyth C, McKee J. Symmetrizable integer matrices having all their eigenvalues in the interval [-2,2]. Algebraic Combinatorics. 2020 Feb 11.

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