"Dimonax" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > Since this is a basic level Algebra question...I'll keep it short and simple. > > Obviously we cant add/sub/multiply etc... matrices of differing dimensions. However...are there operations defined that allow us to transform these matrices into matrices of equal dimensions? > > Seems like in all the discussions I've read about them, nobody has ever addressed this question. Tips? Pointers? > > Thanks. > > Dimonax
Any matrix may be multiplied by its transponse and the result will be a square matrix. Depending on the order of multiplication the size of the square matrix will match either the row or column count for the original matrix.
Not sure if this is useful/meaningful in your context!