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Topic: Matrix question
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Virgil

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Re: Matrix question
Posted: Mar 4, 2013 7:25 PM
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In article <493ed1f5-43d1-48ca-9330-46c50d903dad@googlegroups.com>,
Dieter von Holten <dietervonholten@gmail.com> wrote:

>Am Montag, 4. März 2013 21:42:05 UTC+1 schrieb Ken Pledger:
> In article <8b5ad9d5-b1b7-45aa-9e3f-d0faea165760@googlegroups.com>,
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> Dieter von Holten wrote:
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> > the solution is also a square matrix, same size, which has only one 1 in each
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> > row and column. i learned recently, that this is called stochastic matrix.
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> > the solution is also symmetric to the diagonal....
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> You can't mean that. It would just make every diagonal entry 1, and
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> give you the identity matrix.
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> Ken Pledger.



How abut [[ 0 1 ]
[ 1 0 ]]
as a non-identity symmetric stochastic matrix?
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