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RANKS OF SUBMATRICES IN A GENERAL SOLUTION TO A QUATERNION SYSTEM WITH APPLICATIONS
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 Title & Authors
RANKS OF SUBMATRICES IN A GENERAL SOLUTION TO A QUATERNION SYSTEM WITH APPLICATIONS
Zhang, Hua-Sheng; Wang, Qing-Wen;
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 Abstract
Assume that X, partitioned into block form, is a solution of the system of quaternion matrix equations
 Keywords
matrix equation;minimal rank;maximal rank;generalized inverse;quaternion matrix;partitioned matrix;
 Language
English
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