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complex conjugate

[′käm‚pleks ′kän·jə·gət]
(mathematics)
One of a pair of complex numbers with identical real parts and with imaginary parts differing only in sign. Also known as conjugate.
The matrix whose elements are the complex conjugates of the corresponding elements of a given matrix.
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