in general, what exactly does it mean for a tensor to be non-degenerate?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

does it mean that the vector space underlying it all has a zero kernel?

I'm still a bit hazy on the degeneracy of bilinear forms in general. They're not exactly like tensors, either, but I am guessing there's some kind of overlap?

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# Non-degenerate tensors?

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