Nonsingular Matrix


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nonsingular matrix

[′nän‚siŋ·gyə·lər ′mā·triks]
(mathematics)
A matrix which has an inverse; equivalently, its determinant is not zero.

Nonsingular Matrix

 

in mathematics, a square matrix A = ǀǀaijǀǀ1n of order n whose determinant \A\ is nonzero. Every nonsingular matrix is invertible. A nonsingular matrix defines a nonsingular linear transformation in n-dimensional space. The passage from one coordinate system to another is also defined by a nonsingular matrix.

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As above, let S be the nonsingular matrix whose columns [S.
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Since the structural rank of the matrix is equal to the cardinality of the maximum matching in the bipartite graph, and is an upper bound on the numerical rank, every nonsingular matrix has a perfect matching in its bipartite graph.
In Section 2 we also prove that if either a nonsingular matrix or its inverse is diagonally dominant by rows and columns, then we can assure an LDU-decomposition of A (without row or column exchanges) with L and U diagonally dominant by columns and rows, respectively.
if there exists a nonsingular matrix U such that AU = UB, then we obtain the representation [e.