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transpose

Maths the matrix resulting from interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix

transpose

[′tranz‚pōz]
(mathematics)
The matrix obtained from a given matrix by interchanging its rows and columns.
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In case of unsuitable veins or failure of previous AV fistulas, the choice of access is between transposed Brachio-basilic fistulae and prosthetic grafts.
To produce con A from the proposed precursor requires several cleavages and then ligation of transposed pieces.
In Part 2, the first and second words of a single phrase exchange places before being transposed into another phrase.
60 Mm Copper Winding Wire- Glued Continuously Transposed Copper Wire With Lpd 261.
An additional nickname for Arkansas, Wonder State can be transposed to western toad, a large toad of western North America, according to the OED.
The EC warned that Bulgaria had only partially transposed the Electricity and Gas Directives and proposed daily penalty of EUR 8488 for each partially transposed Directive.
The Electricity and Gas Directives of the third energy package had to be transposed by the member states by 3 March 2011.
Recommendations adopted by the GFCM are often already totally or partially covered by EU legislation: the new regulation therefore provides that only provisions that differ from EU legislation must be transposed, which the Commission may do in the framework of the delegated acts procedure during a period of three years from the date of the regulation's entry into force.
Contract notice: Service transposed childhood education schools, primary and secondary schools and pupils relative assistance.
According to the EC's press office, to date Bulgaria, Estonia and the UK have only partially transposed the Electricity and Gas Directives.
In six months, the member states decreased the number of long overdue directives from 22 to 16 and lowered the number of incorrectly transposed directives.