Applied to matrix
The quasi-commutative property in matrices is defined as follows. Given two non-commutable matrices x and y
satisfy the quasi-commutative property whenever z satisfies the following properties:
Applied to functions
A function f, defined as follows:
is said to be quasi-commutative if for all and for all ,
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