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row vector

[′rō ‚vek·tər]
(mathematics)
A matrix consisting of only one row. Also known as row matrix.
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i] are specific row vector of the test and train feature matrices, respectively.
i-op]} is the inner product of the row vector of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and the column vector of [{[U.
The spinor field that is the hermitian conjugate of [psi] is the 1x4 row vector [[psi].
n] is locally weakly observable if its observability matrix M which is constructed by the row vector has full rank; for example, in our case rank(M) = 3n, n refers to the number of follower robots.
An integral fuzzy neutrosophic row vector is a 1 x n integral fuzzy neutrosophic matrix.
j]/[partial derivative]x is a (l,n) row vector and f (n,l) column vector.
1, a measure of health is denoted by h; a row vector of labor market status variables (discussed above) is denoted by s; a row vector of control variables is denoted by X; and a row vector of survey round dummies is denoted by r; unobserved heterogeneity is represented by [alpha], the idiosyncratic error is denoted by u [Tilde] IID(0,[[sigma].
r,n,N]], n = 1, N, is a row vector, representing the channel coefficients from all relays in the first level to the n-th relay in the second level.
t]b, where [pi] is a row vector of a priori probabilities (in the simplest case [pi] is a row vector of the type (1,0, .
Indiana) investigate the singularities of a rational projective curve by studying a Hilbert-Burch matrix for the row vector [g1,.
Due to the associativity property of the matrix multiplication and interpreting o as the row vector and [XI] as the column vector, one may rewrite this result as
h)] is a row vector, the distribution function [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] could be obtained by statistical analysis of [[rho].