Two sequences s and s' are called "equivalent" if they can be transformed into each other by a sequence of SHIFT-operations and s is called "canonical" if no more SHIFToperation is applicable. The Book of Involutions - Page xxipublié par - 1998 - 593 pagesAperçu limité
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...another row (column) vector of M(\). (3) Interchange of two rows (columns). Two polynomial matrices are called equivalent, if they can be transformed into each other by a sequence of elementary transformation. THEOREM 16.3. Every polynomial matrix is equivalent to a diagonal...