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Hermitian conjugate

[er′mish·ən ′kän·jə·gət]
(mathematics)
For a matrix A, the transpose of the complex conjugate of A. Also known as adjoint; associate matrix.
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12.02) as the main platform to perform CFD simulations and implement the adjoint method during the optimization procedure.
where [L.sup.*] is the adjoint transport operator and [[psi].sup.*] denotes adjoint angular fluxes.
In this paper, we construct an adjoint data assimilation model using the characteristic finite difference (CFD) scheme which has high accuracy and enables large time steps.
In [11], the particular method appeals to the Noether operator after having knowledge of a symmetry and a solution of the adjoint equation.
In doing this open source release, Adjoint is responding to client demand in the financial services industry.
An investigation of published research clarified that Adjoint theory could be applied mathematically to transient problems [5][6].
The derivation of the continuous adjoint method is shown in Section 5.
The adjoint method is widely used for inverse problems (e.g., [17, 26]).
L e secretaire general du Parti du progres et du socialisme (PPS), Mohamed Nabil Benabdellah, a recu jeudi 19 mars 2015, dans l'apres-midi au siege national du parti a Rabat Mohamed Ahmed El Mekhlafi, secretaire general adjoint du parti socialiste yemenite en visite de travail au Maroc.
Cowen's work showed, in particular, that one should expect the adjoint of a composition operator to be substantially more complicated than just another composition operator; in the linear-fractional case it is the adjoint of a multiplication operator followed by a weighted composition operator [M.sub.g][C.sub.[sigma]].
Khartoum, 8 Juillet (SUNA) - Abdul Majeed Idris Ali a prete le serment lundi devant le President de la Republique, Marechal Omer Al-Bashir comme un troisieme juge en chef adjoint, en presence du juge en chef, Ahmed Haider Daf'allah.
Both versions provide support for a continuously growing number of differentiated (first- and second-order adjoint) NAG Library routines.