transformation methods

transformation methods

[‚tranz·fər′mā·shən ‚meth·ədz]
(mathematics)
A category of numerical methods for finding the eigenvalues of a matrix, in which a series of orthogonal transformations are used to reduce the matrix to some simpler matrix, usually a triple-diagonal one, before an attempt is made to find the eigenvalues.
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coli cells via different transformation methods and selection and screening of desired recombinant is performed.
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He says he is confident of raising enough private sector sponsors to back his research into business transformation methods to cover his wages, but he's not in a position yet to publicly name any backers.
Such organisations, the Commission believes, can play a useful role with regard to research, quality improvement and the promotion of best practice concerning production and transformation methods.
She explains how to identify the coordinate system of data in ArcMap, align the data with the system, transformation methods, work with standard and non-standard units, and properties of GIS map projections.

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