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transform

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

transform

[tranz′fȯrm (verb) or ′tranz‚fȯrm (noun)]
(computer science)
To change the form of digital-computer information without significantly altering its meaning.
(mathematics)
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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Since then, we have introduced the National Improvement Framework so we have better information about how children are doing at school, the PS750million Attainment Challenge Fund, which is helping schools in more deprived communities to invest in improving the chances of their pupils, and the Pupil Equity Fund, which is transforming school life across the country.
The second part of the theme calls us to transforming discipleship.
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Transforming Care also aims to improve patients' hospital experiences and reduce the risk of healthcare associated infections and bed sores.
But it's always about how the weak are transforming us.
Calling him a "mirror of an England past and present," Wilson sees in Cook a personification of an old England transforming itself into a Pax Britannica.
(4) Luther's transforming "Arabian missiology" focused on salvation as a gracious gift of forgiveness and a "cloak of righteousness." The gift was not the consequence of a religious, disciplined climb into God's presence but the trusting reception of God's gift--in Paul Tillich's phrase, "the acceptance of my unconditional acceptance." Furthermore, Luther's Arabian reinterpretation was not initiated by a voice-from-heaven experience but from persistent conversation with the biblical text.
One team member is a consultant with the Education Trust Center for Transforming School Counseling, and all of the team members are active in ASCA.
Department of the Army established the first Army Transportation unit in Bremerhaven, Germany, the gateway for forces, equipment and supplies, in 1945 as Europe began the process of rebuilding and transforming in the wake of the events of the Second World War.

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