Matrix Factorizations, Compounds, Direct Products, and M-Matrices
It is often convenient to represent a matrix in terms of other matrices that have special properties. Of the many such known representa- tions, a few are listed here that relate to the development of this book. General references for some of the material are Bellman (1960), Householder (1964), and Mirsky (1955a). An exposition of exponential and polar representations of matrices is given by de Bruijn and Szekeres (1955). For a compendium on matrix factorizations, see Bernstein (2005, Chapter 5).
KeywordsDiagonal Element Matrix Factorization Complex Matrice Triangular Matrix Complex Matrix
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