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A matrix handbook for statisticians

Author: G A F Seber
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, ©2008.
Series: Wiley series in probability and statistics.
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"This timely book, A Matrix Handbook for Statisticians, provides a comprehensive, encyclopedic treatment of matrices as they relate to both statistical concepts and methodologies. Written by an experienced authority on matrices and statistical theory, this handbook is organized by topic rather than mathematical developments and includes numerous references to both the theory behind the methods and the applications  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Statistics
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: G A F Seber
ISBN: 9780471748694 0471748692
OCLC Number: 144770091
Description: xix, 559 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Preface. 1. Notation. 1.1 General Definitions. 1.2 Some Continuous Univariate Distributions. 1.3 Glossary of Notation. 2. Vectors, Vector Spaces, and Convexity. 2.1 Vector Spaces. 2.1.1 Definitions. 2.1.2 Quadratic Subspaces. 2.1.3 Sums and Intersections of Subspaces. 2.1.4 Span and Basis. 2.1.5 Isomorphism. 2.2 Inner Products. 2.2.1 Definition and Properties. 2.2.2 Functionals. 2.2.3 Orthogonality. 2.2.4 Column and Null Spaces. 2.3 Projections. 2.3.1 General Projections. 2.3.2 Orthogonal Projections. 2.4 Metric Spaces. 2.5 Convex Sets and Functions. 2.6 Coordinate Geometry. 2.6.1 Hyperplanes and Lines. 2.6.2 Quadratics. 2.6.3 Miscellaneous Results. 3. Rank. 3.1 Some General Properties. 3.2 Matrix Products. 3.3 Matrix Cancellation Rules. 3.4 Matrix Sums. 3.5 Matrix Differences. 3.6 Partitioned Matrices. 3.7 Maximal and Minimal Ranks. 3.8 Matrix Index. 4. Matrix Functions: Inverse, Transpose, Trace, Determinant, and Norm. 4.1 Inverse. 4.2 Transpose. 4.3 Trace. 4.4 Determinants. 4.4.1 Introduction. 4.4.2 Adjoint Matrix. 4.4.3 Compound Matrix. 4.4.4 Expansion of a Determinant. 4.5 Permanents. 4.6 Norms. 4.6.1 Vector Norms. 4.6.2 Matrix Norms. 4.6.3 Unitarily Invariant Norms. 4.6.4 M, N Invariant Norms. 4.6.5 Computational Accuracy. 5. Complex, Hermitian, and Related Matrices. 5.1 Complex Matrices. 5.1.1 Some General Results. 5.1.2 Determinants. 5.2 Hermitian Matrices. 5.3 Skew Hermitian Matrices. 5.4 Complex Symmetric Matrices. 5.5 Real Skew Symmetric Matrices. 5.6 Normal Matrices. 5.7 Quaternions. 6. Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, and Singular Values. 6.1 Introduction and Definitions. 6.1.1 Characteristic Polynomial. 6.1.2 Eigenvalues. 6.1.3 Singular Values. 6.1.4 Functions of a Matrix. 6.1.5 Eigenvectors. 6.1.6 Hermitian Matrices. 6.1.7 Computational Methods. 6.1.8 Generalized Eigenvalues. 6.1.9 Matrix Products 103.6.2 Variational Characteristics for Hermitian Matrices. 6.3 Separation Theorems. 6.4 Inequalities for Matrix Sums. 6.5 Inequalities for Matrix Differences. 6.6 Inequalities for Matrix Products. 6.7 Antieigenvalues and Antieigenvectors. 7. Generalized Inverses. 7.1 Definitions. 7.2 Weak Inverses. 7.2.1 General Properties. 7.2.2 Products. 7.2.3 Sums and Differences. 7.2.4 Real Symmetric Matrices. 7.2.5 Decomposition Methods. 7.3 Other Inverses. 7.3.1 Reflexive (g12) Inverse. 7.3.2 Minimum Norm (g14) Inverse. 7.3.3 Minimum Norm Reflexive (g124) Inverse. 7.3.4 Least Squares (g13) Inverse. 7.3.5 Least Squares Reflexive (g123) Inverse. 7.4 Moore Penrose (g1234) Inverse. 7.4.1 General Properties. 7.4.2 Sums. 7.4.3 Products. 7.5 Group Inverse. 7.6 Some General Properties of Inverses. 8. Some Special Matrices. 8.1 Orthogonal and Unitary Matrices. 8.2 Permutation Matrices. 8.3 Circulant, Toeplitz, and Related Matrices. 8.3.1 Regular Circulant. 8.3.2 Symmetric Regular Circulant. 8.3.3 Symmetric Circulant. 8.3.4 Toeplitz Matrix. 8.3.5 Persymmetric Matrix. 8.3.6 Cross Symmetric (Centrosymmetric) Matrix. 8.3.7 Block Circulant. 8.3.8 Hankel Matrix. 8.4 Diagonally Dominant Matrices. 8.5 Hadamard Matrices. 8.6 Idempotent Matrices. 8.6.1 General Properties. 8.6.2 Sums o.
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