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I am trying to solve a generalized circuit ( each node is a 4-component generalization) and matrices are 4x4 tensors.

And I am trying to write them down -- making common nodes "zero" current, ending up with a matrix as in what's shown in the link:

http://imgur.com/xAgNPMD

Is there a non-algebraic, clean matrix-level way of solving the problem I describe there?

If the answer is not obvious please let me know. :)

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# Possibly silly linear algebra question

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