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matrix element

[′mā·triks ‚el·ə·mənt]
(mathematics)
One of the set of numbers which form a matrix.
(quantum mechanics)
The scalar product of a member of a complete, orthogonal set of vectors, representing states, with a vector which results from applying a specified operator to another member of this set.
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In addition, from analyses of the fuzzy cluster based on standard genetic distance, the similarity relationship matrix coefficient between wild Japanese quail and domestic quail was 0.
The fuzzy similarity relationship matrix coefficients of fuzzy cluster of the three quail populations (Table 7) showed that WSH and YJQ firstly clustered together (Figure 2).
n]), we can assume that such a matrix coefficient is a positive definite matrix, and thus, we can choose this normalization in order to have uniqueness for our sequence of matrix orthonormal polynomials [1, page 333].
Taking into account the symmetry of the above measure, the matrix coefficients in (5.
Here are given the ways of computing the matrix coefficients.
The multiwavelets used here have two channels, so there will be two sets of scaling matrix coefficients and wavelets matrix coefficients.
Yet, the matrix coefficients for these workers were not reduced sufficiently.
i] ([tau]) are matrix coefficients of the multistep scheme.
Finally, we have to compute the s x s matrix coefficients [[alpha].