column space


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column space

[′käl·əm ‚spās]
(mathematics)
The vector space spanned by the columns of a matrix.
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She looks at the extensive influence of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism on the paper and the paper's interpretation of it, and at the paper's relationship with and perception of Israel, which early on became the subject most discussed and the one given the most central column space. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
The tone of this latest article was disrespectful to the people whose hard work has earned this award from the Football League, and gives more column space to those who would call themselves fans but have nothing good at all to say about the club.
A cafe with an enticing and honourable difference.Worthy of column space, Edinburgh Now urges you to pop into this'social business' for much more than just a coffee fix.
ISN'T it amazing how much column space the supporters of wind power need to promote their arguments?
Being an athiest, he won't recognise a miracle when he sees one, namely that the Mail's omnipotent editor giveth him column space!
Let [mu](A) denotes the column space of A and let k be a fixed product of disjoint transpositions in [S.sub.n]-the set of all permutations on {1,2,...,n}.
I was going to recommend a track as always but I want to use the column space this week to let tell you home studio buffs about a tasty competition going on which will help you to produce like a pro, by letting you win the right gear.
By giving column space to contributors who argue for Britain's withdrawal from Afghanistan, newspapers are doing a great disservice to the nation.
Alexander has weighed in twice so far on his blog, with criticisms that included calling the idea "a public relations disaster." But he has yet to comment in his Sunday column space.
The best submissions will be published in the column space in Personal Life on Mondays.