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By Richard A. Reyment, K. G. Jvreskog

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35. 5 TYPES OF MATRICES Rectangular matrices Any matrix with more rows than columns, or vice versa, is termed a rectangular matrix. 1 is a rectangular matrix. Square matrices A matrix with the same number of rows as columns is called a square matrix. The elements, the row and column subscripts of which are the same, are said to form the principal diagonal of the matrix. These are the elements extending from the upper left corner to the lower right corner. The trace is defined as the sum of the elements of the principal diagonal.

Expanding this reasoning, we arrive at the general concept of a data matrix, which can be said to consist of N rows and p columns. 07) FELDSPAR HORNBLENDE 2 3 4 5 6 7 ROCK SP. 3. 1. situated in p-dimensional space. This space may be further specified as Euclidean variable space. , According to this viewpoint, each object can be interpreted as representing an axis mutually perpendicular to all other object axes. The elements of a column vector are the coordinates of a variable with reference to the axes of the objects.

The example illustrated in Fig. 5]. 35. 5 TYPES OF MATRICES Rectangular matrices Any matrix with more rows than columns, or vice versa, is termed a rectangular matrix. 1 is a rectangular matrix. Square matrices A matrix with the same number of rows as columns is called a square matrix. The elements, the row and column subscripts of which are the same, are said to form the principal diagonal of the matrix. These are the elements extending from the upper left corner to the lower right corner. The trace is defined as the sum of the elements of the principal diagonal.

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