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Maths the result of a mathematical transformation, esp (of a matrix or an element of a group) another related to the given one by B=X--1 AX for some appropriate X
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transform[tranz′fȯrm (verb) or ′tranz‚fȯrm (noun)]
To change the form of digital-computer information without significantly altering its meaning.
An expression, commonly used in harmonic analysis, formed from a given function ƒ by taking an integral of ƒ· g, where g is a member of an orthogonal family of functions.
The value of a transformation at some point.
A matrix B related to a given matrix A by B = C -1 AC, where C is a nonsingular matrix.
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