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  • In [[matrix algebra]], a '''diagonal matrix''' is a [[square matrix]] for which only the entries on the main [[diagonal The diagonal entries are the [[eigenvalue]]s of a diagonal matrix.
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  • In [[matrix algebra]], a '''diagonal matrix''' is a [[square matrix]] for which only the entries on the main [[diagonal The diagonal entries are the [[eigenvalue]]s of a diagonal matrix.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Diagonal matrix#Diagonalizable matrix]]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Diagonal matrix]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{r|Diagonal matrix}}
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  • === Diagonal matrix === {{main|Diagonal matrix}}
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  • {{r|Diagonal matrix}}
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  • ..., New York (1962), p.164: A square matrix ''A'' is unitarily similar to a diagonal matrix if and only if ''A'' is normal.
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  • Its parent matrix, knows how to take the square root of a diagonal matrix.
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  • Assume that the off-diagonal matrix elements ...ement with the assumption that only two surfaces approach each other, off-diagonal matrix elements with ''k'', ''k''′ > 2 are negligible, so that only a set of
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  • ...alized eigenvalue problems. The solution yields the matrix '''L''' and the diagonal matrix '''Φ''' that has the vibrational [[force constant]]s on the diagonal. that both '''G''' and '''F''' are symmetric, (as is a diagonal matrix), one can recast this equation into a very similar one for '''FG'''. This i
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  • ...hat for [[bra]], [[ket]], and operator all adapted to the same group, only diagonal matrix elements are non-zero and moreover that many are equal. In this case, The trace of the original matrix is equal to the trace of the diagonal matrix, because the two matrices are connected by a orthogonal transformation. Hen
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  • ...> vanish, because this operator is Hermitian and purely imaginary. The off-diagonal matrix elements satisfy
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  • where we used that the determinant of a [[diagonal matrix]] is the product of its diagonal elements and the fact that the determinant
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  • ...um <math>\scriptstyle \mathbf{R}_1^0,\ldots, \mathbf{R}_N^0</math>. The [[diagonal matrix]] '''M''' contains the masses on the diagonal. The diagonal matrix <math>\scriptstyle \boldsymbol{\Phi}</math> contains the [[eigenvalue]]s, w
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