circulant matrix


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circulant matrix

[′sər·kyə·lənt ′mā‚triks]
(mathematics)
A matrix in which the elements of each row are those of the previous row moved one place to the right.
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A circulant matrix is a Toeplitz matrix with the additional property [t.
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the sum of circulant matrices of the s ame type is a circulant matrix of the same type,
The product of a left circulant and a right circulant is a left circulant matrix.
We observe that the adjacency matrix of the Knodel graphs is a (-1) circulant matrix, called also a retrocirculant [1], where all the rows are circular permutations of the first row toward left.
In can be seen easily from the above definition that the circulant matrix {[R.
n]) which yields a circulant matrix that can be diagonalized by the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) [20].
Periodic boundary conditions imply that the image repeats itself endlessly in all directions; periodic boundary conditions imply that H is a block circulant matrix with circulant blocks (BCCB).
A right circulant matrix with Perrin sequenc is a matrix of the form
A is a circulant matrix of size n generated by the function f whose Fourier coefficients form the PSF.
nxn](R) is said to be a right circulant matrix if it is of the form
The unit circulant matrix Z can be diagonalized by the Fourier unitary matrix [OMEGA] = ([w.