The scaling and squaring method for the matrix exponential revisited. The scaling and squaring method is the most widely used method for computing the matrix exponential, not least because it is the method implemented in the MATLAB function expm. The method scales the matrix by a power of 2 to reduce the norm to order 1, computes a Padé approximant to the matrix exponential, and then repeatedly squares to undo the effect of the scaling. ...

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