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ON THE REFLEXIVE SOLUTIONS OF THE MATRIX EQUATION AXB + CYD
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 Title & Authors
ON THE REFLEXIVE SOLUTIONS OF THE MATRIX EQUATION AXB + CYD
Dehghan, Mehdi; Hajarian, Masoud;
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 Abstract
A matrix is called a generalized reflection matrix if
 Keywords
anti-reflexive matrix;generalized reflection matrix;matrix equation;reflexive inverse;reflexive matrix;
 Language
English
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