permutation matrix


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permutation matrix

[‚pər·myə′tā·shən ‚mā‚triks]
(mathematics)
A square matrix whose elements in any row, or any column, are all zero, except for one element that is equal to unity.
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n] be the permutation matrix representing [sigma], where [delta] denotes the Kronecker delta.
Canary (2010) has shown that LASM (T) is a permutation matrix if and only if it is the matrix for a Baxter permutation.
By inserting a permutation matrix U, a reverberation matrix R is generated as R=SPU to represent the wave propagation and dynamic characteristics of the entire structure.
17] proposed a propagator method to estimate state vector, but it was complicated to find a special permutation matrix before identification.
3) have the MSSS structure, there exists a permutation matrix [PSI] that permutes the saddle-point matrix with MSSS blocks into a single MSSS matrix.
By regrouping V2 and obtaining a submatrix with full rank, it determines the permutation matrix P so that,
The power-normalized signal, BR, is multiplied with an N x N row permutation matrix, M, followed by an N x N diagonal power allocation matrix, P = diag ([square root of ([p.
w]) of the permutation w is the subset of [n] x [n] consisting of those elements not directly to the south or east (respectively, south or west) of an entry in the permutation matrix of w.
Where [rho] be the permutation matrix obtained by exchanging the ([summation].
Formally, introducing a permutation matrix P and its inverse into the mixing process in Equation 1.