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column vector

[′käl·əm ‚vek·tər]
(mathematics)
A matrix consisting of only one column. Also known as column matrix.
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Consider the set A' of all d x (d +1) matrices such that each column vector belongs to M and 0 is a convex combination of columns.
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
Here y is a column vector, and the prime symbol denotes the transpose.
which solution, in turn, is a column vector of generalized coordinates [PHI](t) as a function of time, which uniquely determines the desired trajectory of the manipulator end-effector.
Let [omega] be the column vector [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] be the matrix obtained from [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] by replacing its kth column with the column vecto [omega].
The 64 x 64 input binary matrix representing a letter is transformed into a 1 x 4096 column vector.
n]) and A is some m x n matrix of rank m [less than or equal to] n and b some m-dimensional column vector, then
where Y is a 3 x 1 column vector that represents the citation ranks added to each document, M is the 3 x 3 link matrix (of relative citation frequencies), and R is the 3 x 1 column vector of initial ranks.
t,k] and therefore, the composition of the population in age a is described by the column vector [X.
If F represents a column vector of final demand values, sector-by-sector, while X represents a column vector of output values, sector-by-sector, a fundamental relationship of input-output analysis is