conjugate elements


Also found in: Wikipedia.

conjugate elements

[′kän·jə·gət ′el·ə·mənts]
(mathematics)
Two elements a and b in a group G for which there is an element x in G such that ax = xb.
Two elements of a determinant that are interchanged if the rows and columns of the determinant are interchanged.
References in periodicals archive ?
A glance at the graph, they say, will reveal the number of elements that are self-inversed and other properties such as the number and types of subgroups, and conjugate elements.