column space


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column space

[′käl·əm ‚spās]
(mathematics)
The vector space spanned by the columns of a matrix.
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The company is currently leasing a 20 door 205,000 square foot building containing a18,000 square feet of freezer and cooler space, 16 feet of clear ceiling height with 20 to 24 feet of column space.
WHY does the Telegraph continue to give column space to Russell Youll to indulge in his vicious sniping?
By giving column space to contributors who argue for Britain's withdrawal from Afghanistan, newspapers are doing a great disservice to the nation.
I was a little disappointed at the relatively small column space afforded the story by the Daily Post.
Our approach is to compute a column space basis of A that has a sparse inverse, which could be used to represent a null space basis in implicit form.
It has 15 foot ceiling heights and great column space.
Rarely does the mainstream print media get it right when it comes to the subject of Canadian film, always preferring to give plenty of column space to the hot multiplex release of the week rather than to an indigenous, no-star, low-budget production.
IN RECENT weeks you have devoted much column space to the plight of stable staff.
By a strictly financial viewpoint, OTS and ROTC grads provide 'more bang for the buck' than academy grads, whose problems are a waste of taxpayer's dollars and column space in Airman magazine.
Please don't give them any more column space in your magazine.
IT IS high time Mirror Sport stopped devoting column space to the increasingly bizarre rants of Arsene Wenger.
WHAT with all the stories of shootings, bombings and murders which take up the majority of column space in today's tabloid newspapers, what a refreshing change to read about the miracle twin Viagra babies in the Irish Sunday Mirror.