By Fred Piper, Sean Murphy
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Similarly, A2 = 0 does not imply that A is a null matrix. The transpose of a product of matrices in a certain order equals the product of the transposed matrices in the opposite order, that is (ABC)' = C'B'A'. The determinant of a square matrix A is defined to have the same respective elements as A and is denoted by A or det A; if it is zero then the matrix is said to be singular, otherwise non-singular or regular. The following relations apply to the product of two square matrices of order n. IBAI = IBIC A ~ .
The value of a matrix is no more than the array of elements, there being no implication that these are combined in any algebraic way. Whereas work with deter46 47 MATRIX ALGEBRA AND LINEAR EQUATIONS minants involves the familiar algebra of numbers, work with matrices is based on an algebra which defines how arrays are combined in the sum, difference, product and quotient senses. In this section many of the terms to be used are described and the algebra of matrix addition is defined. A matrix for which m = 1, n > 1 has one row only and is called a row matrix or a row vector.
In the first term the natural order 1, 2, 3 occurs. In the second term the order 1, 3, 2 can be DETERMINANTS AND LINEAR EQUATIONS 41 made natural by interchanging 2 with 3; such a change is called an inversion. The suffices in the fourth term require two successive inversions to restore the natural order. When all six terms are considered in this way it is found that those associated with a plus sign require an even number of inversions, zero being taken as even, and those with a minus sign require an odd number of inversions to restore the natural order.
Cryptography: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Fred Piper, Sean Murphy