inverse matrix

inverse matrix

[′in‚vərs ′mā·triks]
(mathematics)
The inverse of a nonsingular matrix A is the matrix A -1 where A · A -1= A -1· A = I, the identity matrix.
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The Vander monde matrix is not particular; therefore finding the inverse matrix to it is not difficult task and does not require the large efforts (Korn et al.
The solution of system of the algebraic equations (18) can be carried out with the help of a inverse matrix
1] are respectively the transpose and inverse matrix of A.
Finally, it is not difficult to verify the form of the inverse matrix [U.
from the right and a multiplication of the inverse matrix [Q.
ik] is the element for the inverse matrix of the square matrix [[P.
The inverse matrix, variously called the 'impact' or 'multiplier' matrix, provides the total effects (both direct and indirect) as a result of a unit change in the bill of final demand.
By differentiating matrix [N] (7) with respect to x, y and z, we form matrix [B], the inverse matrix of which is entered as follows
Such a basis has the advantage that the inverse matrix [B.
To solve the given problem we use the method of sequential improvement of the plan using an inverse matrix (modified simplex method using the usual form of an inverse matrix) [12].