Structured Matrices and Their Generalized Inverses
A matrix is considered structured if its structure can be exploited to obtain efficient algorithms. Examples of structured matrices include Toeplitz, Hankel, circulant, Vandermonde, Cauchy, sparse. A matrix is called Toeplitz if its entries on the same diagonal are equal.
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