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The generalised inverse

  • M. James (a1)

If we have a system of m linear equations to solve, it is a great simplification to write them in matrix form

Ax = b ,

where A is an m x n matrix of coefficients, b is an m-dimensional vector of constants and x is an n-dimensional vector of unknowns.

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1. Nearing, E. V., Linear algebra and matrix theory. Wiley (1963).
2. Pringle, R. M. and Rayner, A. A., Generalised inverse matrices with applications to statistics. Griffin (1971).
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The Mathematical Gazette
  • ISSN: 0025-5572
  • EISSN: 2056-6328
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