premultiplication

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premultiplication

[‚prē·məl·tə·plə′kā·shən]
(mathematics)
In multiplying a matrix or operatorBby another matrix or operatorA, the operation that results in the matrix or operatorAB. Also known as multiplication on the left.
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Then, I will be able to sign the coefficients arising from the taxes applied by the foreign country, which premultiply the changes in trade and pollution taxes.
To begin the analysis, premultiply equation (Al) by Q.
1995] that in the case of two automata A and B with matrix representations A and B[A] respectively, where to anticipate the introduction of some new notation, B[A] indicates that the matrix B contains elements that may be a function of the state of A, the number of multiplications needed to premultiply A [cross product] B[A] with a vector x remains identical to the nonfunctional case and that exactly the same algorithm could be used.
The weighted RMSEs of the probabilities for 90% reference intervals, where the above factors premultiply the differences before the squaring operation, are presented in Table 3.
b)If a*a < 4\a*c (c)If b*b < 4\b*c (d)If c*c < 4\b*c\ } Premultiply table matrix by 001/010/101 (I centered).
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To find the effect of a given trade tax change on supply of the endogenous factor, in the neighborhood of zero trade and factor taxes, substitute the restriction t = f = df = 0 into equation (13) and premultiply by dw[prime] to get:
Now premultiply Eq (36) by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and write it as two separate subsystems for [s.
A solution to this curse of dimensionality is to pre-whiten the data, that is, to premultiply each measurement equation by 1 - [[SIGMA].
Premultiply both sides of this equation by C to obtain: