# row vector

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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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The key novelty in our proposed BIC is that the training matrix [T.sub.S] is postmultiplied by the specific precoding matrix [P.sub.i] ; i.e., [X.sub.i] = [T.sub.S][P.sub.i], i = 1,2 , which means that each row vector [x.sup.T.sub.i] (n) of [X.sub.i] is the linear combination of the row vectors of [P.sub.i].
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1) Create N x d data matrix with one row vector [x.sub.n] per data input
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represents the system variable, and the row vector represents sampled data at a sampling instant.
x [F.sub.m+1] [right arrow] R, where [F.sub.1] denotes the feature vector (i.e., location information) in the target domain, [F.sub.i] (2 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] m + 1) denotes the feature vector (i.e., the corresponding row vector) in the (i - 1)-th auxiliary domain, and R denotes the rating value.
where y is the row vector of observed variable, x stands for multiplication, x is the row vector of latent variables, and E is the isotropic error term [13].
(iv) [x.sub.s][n] is a row vector that stores the signal samples of the surveillance antenna channels at the time instant n, [x.sub.s][n] [member of] [C.sup.1xM].
The term ([mathematical expression not reproducible], is the ith column or row vector of the weighted square root of the scaled covariance matrix ([n.sub.a] + [lambda]) [P.sup.a.sub.k].
Each row vector represents a fracture that contains the four variables, and each column vector represents one of the variables that contains m (or n) rows.
where a column vector [d.sub..j] and a row vector [d.sub.i.] have appropriate sizes.
The term energy indicates the norm of a row vector in X corresponding to the realization in D.

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