inverse element

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inverse element

[′in‚vərs ′el·ə·mənt]
(mathematics)
In a group G the inverse of an element g is the unique element g -1 such that g · g -1= g -1· g = e, where · denotes the group operation and e is the identity element.
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In addition, the form under study also shows explicitly when not all of the inputs are free (independent) variables, or, when the system is not right invertible since certain functions of outputs are not affected by controls.
3) All right cancellable elements of S are right invertible.
Hence for every right cancellable element c of S, cS = S, that is, every right cancellable element of S is right invertible as required.
i] (or more) columns of A is right invertible for 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] r.
every right invertible element of S is left invertible or vice versa;