I don't understand how order 1 alternating tensors fit the definition of alternating tensors. I think the order has to be at least 2 for the definition to make sense because only then can we talk about permutation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So I think there's no difference between order 1 alternating tensors and normal order 1 tensors, correct?

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# Alternating tensor of order 1

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