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Topic: Matrix with a_{ij}=C_{i,j}. What's it called?
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Denis Sevee

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Matrix with a_{ij}=C_{i,j}. What's it called?
Posted: Jul 9, 1996 11:19 AM
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The title pretty much says it. If I have a square matrix, A,
with entries a_{i,j}=C_{i,j} (the binary coefficients)
for i<=j, and 0 otherwise, is there a name for this type of matrix?
any specific applications?

denis sevee

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