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Matrices are rectangular arrays of real or complex numbers. With them, we define arithmetic operations
 

Summary: MATRICES
Matrices are rectangular arrays of real or complex
numbers. With them, we define arithmetic operations
that are generalizations of those for real and complex
numbers. The general form a matrix of order m n
is
A =



a1,1 a1,n
... ... ...
am,1 am,n



We say it has order m n. Matrices that consist of
a single column are called column vectors, and those
consisting of a single row are called row vectors. In
both cases, they will have properties identical to the

  

Source: Atkinson, Kendall - Departments of Computer Science & Mathematics, University of Iowa

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences