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# MATRIX

A many-DIMENSIONal arrangement of numbers suitable to various transformations which form the basis of matrix algebra. A one-dimensional matrix is called a scalar. Most frequent are two-dimensional, n-by-m, matrices which might contain the coefficients (*see* parameter) of a set of linear equations or specify a mapping from an n-dimensional to an m-dimensional vector space (*see* hyperspace). (Krippendorff)

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