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Feb2314, 07:30 PM

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I was looking for an algebraically operable defition for the matrix norm. I found this: [tex]A = \sqrt{tr(A A^T)}[/tex] in https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norma_...le#Altre_norme What you think? This defition is correct? Make sense? Is useful?



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