Singular Matrix


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singular matrix

[′siŋ·gyə·lər ′mā·triks]
(mathematics)
A matrix which has no inverse; equivalently, its determinant is zero.

Singular Matrix

 

a square matrix A = ǀǀaijǀǀ 1n of order n whose determinant is equal to zero—that is, whose rank is less than n. A matrix is singular if and only if there is a linear dependence between its rows and between its columns.

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If the control problem comes from an ordinary differential equation, then E = I and if it comes from a differential-algebraic equation, then E is a singular matrix.
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