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The Summability Technique for Matrix Inversion

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Title: The Summability Technique for Matrix Inversion
Authors: Miyagawa, Vincent
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: Matrix and operator inversion has always presented a problem both in algebra and in analysis. We know from the study of linear algebra that it is impossible to find the inverse of a matrix A if the determinant of A equals zero. We can intuitively justify this fact if we look at the formula for finding the inverse of a matrix A involving the adjunct of A
Pages/Duration: 56 pages
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