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By George A. F. Seber

This booklet emphasizes computational facts and algorithms and comprises a number of references to either the idea at the back of the equipment and the purposes of the equipment. each one bankruptcy includes 4 elements: a definition through an inventory of effects, a brief checklist of references to comparable subject matters within the e-book (since a few overlap is unavoidable), a number of references to proofs, and references to functions. subject matters contain detailed matrices, non-negative matrices, distinctive items and operators, Jacobians, partitioned and patterned matrices, matrix approximation, matrix optimization, a number of integrals and multivariate distributions, linear and quadratic kinds, and so forth.

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21. 53a. P is clearly symmetric and idempotent if and only P,,P,, = -P,,Pw, . Multiplying on the left by P,, shows that P,,P,, is symmetric and therefore P,,Pw, = 0. 53b. A’B = 0 implies that PAPB= 0. 5 3 ~. Quoted, less generally, by Isotalo et al. [2005a: 611. The proofs are straightforward. For (2), note that for a symmetric idempotent matrix, X’AX= x’A’Ax = llAxll;. 53d. Anderson and Duffin [1969] and Meyer [2000a: 4411. 23. ) on S x S such that: (a) d(x,y ) 2 0 for all x,y E S with equality if and only if x = y ( d is positive definite).

4. If B is a quadratic subspace of A, then the following hold. (a) If A E B, then the Moore-Penrose inverse A+ 6 B. (b) If A E B , then AA+ E B (c) There exists a basis of B consisting of idempotent matrices. 5. The following statements are equivalent. (1) B is a quadratic subspace of A. + B)2E B. (3) If A, B E B, then AB + BA E B. (2) If A, B E B, then (A (4) If A E B , then Ak E B for k = 1 , 2 , . .. 6. Let B be a quadratic subspace of A. Then: (a) If A , B E B , then ABA E B. (b) Let A E B be fixed and let C = {ABA : B E B } .

If x belongs to the left-hand side (LHS), then ( x , s t) = ( x , s ) (x,t ) = 0 for all s E S and all t E T . Setting s = 0, then (x,t) = 0; similarly, (x,s) = 0 and L H S R H S . The argument reverses. 26. Rao and Rao [1998: 62-63]. 27a-b. Harville [1997: 1721. 2 . Harville [2001: 162, exercise 31 and Rao and Bhimasankaram [2000: 2671. 28a(i). 26d) with 24 = W. 28a(ii). If x E R H S , then x = y z where y E V & W and z E W so that x E W and R H S 2 LHS. Then use (i) to show dim(RHS) = dim(LHS).

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