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  1. Inverses and pseudoinverses. Numerical issues, speed, symmetry.

    Sat 18 August 2012
    By vene

    The matrix inverse is a cornerstone of linear algebra, taught, along with its applications, since high school. The inverse of a matrix \$latex A\$, if it exists, is the matrix \$latex A\^{-1}\$ such that \$latex AA\^{-1} = A\^{-1}A = I_n\$. Based on the requirement that the left and ...