diagonalize


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diagonalize

(daɪˈæɡənəˌlaɪz) or

diagonalise

vb (tr)
(in linear algebra) to convert a square matrix into a diagonal matrix
diˈagonaˌlizable, diˈagonaˌlisable adj
diˌagonaliˈzation, diˌagonaliˈsation n
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Verb1.diagonalize - transform a matrix to a diagonal matrix
translate, transform - change from one form or medium into another; "Braque translated collage into oil"
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This treatment enables one to diagonalize data matrices to avoid hydraulic oscillation problems.
Since matrices A and B are not commutative; thus, there is no matrix to diagonalize them at the same time.
Using the matrix S, it is now possible to diagonalize the covariance and pseudocovariance matrices simultaneously.
In the case of block-wise or element-wise Jacobi methods (i.e., those that diagonalize the pivot submatrix at each step) condition (i) is trivially fulfilled.
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