sparse matrix

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sparse matrix

[′spärs ′mā·triks]
(mathematics)
A matrix most of whose entries are zeros.
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Most commonly, only fine aggregates such as sand and glass powder are used in UHPC, creating a gradation that, when combined with the cement, provides a dense matrix with a discontinuous pore structure that prevents moisture from penetrating the concrete and significantly reduces permeability compared to conventional concrete.
As a membrane for GBR, the PRF dense matrix architecture covers, protects, and stabilizes bone graft material and operative site in general.
The algorithms in question are Cooley-Tuckey FFT algorithm and dense matrix multiplication.
Accurate calculation of parameters of microstrip structures with numerical techniques requires the solution of dense matrix equations involving thousands of unknowns.
Exploiting the capabilities of modern GPUs for dense matrix computations, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 21 (2009) 2457-2477
David Foster Wallace's literary ambition--in works such as Infinite Jest and his posthumously published Pale King--can be seen as an attempt to incant a reasoned existential meaning out of a dense matrix of social information, one that makes increasing demands upon our ability to subsume shallow representational affect as "being.
For perfectly electric conducting (PEC) objects, discretization and testing of surface integral equations yields an N x N dense matrix equation in the form of
If A is a dense (non-sparse) matrix we must expect R to be a dense matrix, too.
Leveraging its patented Dense Matrix LED technology instead of using conventional flat LED panels, Bella Lumiere takes miniaturization in LED lighting to the next level by smoothly blending the brilliant dime-sized LED source to a well designed table lamp.
To parallelize the solution of the large dense matrix in a MoM problem, typically one needs to divide the matrix between processes in such a way that two important conditions are fulfilled: each process should store approximately the same amount of data, and the computational load should be equally distributed among the processes that run on different nodes.
Recursive Blocked Algorithms and Hybrid Data Structures for Dense Matrix Library Software.
In parasitized larvae, the mitochondria increase in quantity in both midgut regions, the majority of them presenting few cristae and lower electron dense matrix (Figures 1f-k) than in non-parasitized larvae.