doubly stochastic matrix


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doubly stochastic matrix

[¦dəb·lē stō¦kas·tik ′mā·triks]
(mathematics)
A matrix of nonnegative real numbers such that every row sum and every column sum are equal to 1.
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A doubly stochastic matrix is a nonnegative square matrix that has the sum of the entries in any row or column equal to 1.