I'm just a mathematics student. I don't plan to make any major edits or articles, I just want a place to have my small edits be counted up as random contributions.
Well, unless some major mathematical topic is missing.
Thanks, Peter Stalin 04:33, 27 March 2007 (UTC)
Preparing up a complete set of residues mod m page
Here's an outline before I start making the article later this week:
-Representations --Examples of general representations --Least Absolute residues --Least Positive residues
-Reduced residue classes
-Some theorems of this too
I still need someplace to mention the 'residue equivalence class' and the applications to group theory in this outline. Peter Stalin 14:13, 28 March 2007 (UTC)
Making a redirect Muller-Traub
I don't feel like doing this atm:
|This linear algebra-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
In [linear algebra], a matrix has a displacement rank r if it satisfies a (Sylvester) displacement equation
Where and are called displacement matrices.
Such matrices are useful in defining and categorizing other structured matrices, for example, we can categorize the various matrix structures of the resultant matrix A by the following choices for E,F,G and H
Where are vectors, are diagonal matrices,