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inverse matrix

[′in‚vərs ′mā·triks]
(mathematics)
The inverse of a nonsingular matrix A is the matrix A -1 where A · A -1= A -1· A = I, the identity matrix.
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From Lemmas 3 and 4 it follows that there is an invertible matrix T such that the matrices A = [T.
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The restrictions in the form of (3) and (4) are triangular if and only if there exists an invertible matrix [P.
which requires the solution of two linear systems with the sparse, symmetric, invertible matrix M.
n]; P: the public map P, where P = Q * T; 1: Choose coefficients of the central map at random and construct Q with m quadratic polynomials in the form of (8); 2: Choose an n x n invertible matrix T at random, where n = o + v; : 3: Compute coefficients of public polynomials by composing Q and T and constructP; 4: Return (Q, T, P).
If D is an invertible matrix, then it has no zero eigen-values (c = 0 in (9) and, thus, for all i, [absolute value of 1 - [lambda][d.
where the invertible matrix, A, is identical to A except for the last element, which is [a.