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Powerful algorithms have recently been proposed for computing eigenvalues of large matrices by methods related to contour integrals; best known are the works of Sakurai and coauthors and Polizzi and coauthors. Even if the matrices are real symmetric, most such methods rely on complex arithmetic, leading to expensive linear systems to solve. An appealing technique for overcoming this starts from the observation that certain discretized contour integrals are equivalent to rational interpolationdoi:10.1137/140984129 fatcat:3wzaiwq7ibeuzfm7vheokfgfby