Matrix Analysis

Matrix Analysis

 

in economics a method of scientific investigation of the characteristics of objects. The method is based on the rules of matrix theory and is used to determine the numerical values of model elements that reflect the interrelations of economic objects. Matrix analysis is applied in cases where the principal objects of study are input/output ratios and quotas.

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