# matrix norm उदाहरण वाक्य

### उदाहरण वाक्य

- The case " p " = & infin; yields the spectral norm, which is the
*matrix norm*induced by the vector 2-norm ( see above ). - The convergence criteria of the power series then apply, requiring \ Vert \ eta A ^ {-1 } B \ Vert to be sufficiently small under the appropriate
*matrix norm*. - This notation can be ambiguous since it is also used for certain
*matrix norms*and for the absolute value " !-- talk ) 17 : 09, 23 December 2008 ( UTC) - Additionally, in the case of square matrices ( thus, ), some ( but not all )
*matrix norms*satisfy the following condition, which is related to the fact that matrices are more than just vectors: - Also, if A is a matrix, | A | is used to denote the determinant of | A |, even though det ( A ) is usually preferred, because | A | may be better used to denote a
*matrix norm*. - Here P _ { A _ j } denotes the orthogonal projection on the space spanned by the standard unit vectors corresponding to the elements so that the matrix of P _ { A _ j } T P _ { A _ j } is obtained from the matrix of T by replacing all rows and columns that don't correspond to the indices in A _ j The
*matrix norm*\ | . \ | is the spectral norm, i . e . the operator norm with respect to the Euclidean norm