Definition of Real matrix
1. Noun. A matrix whose elements are all real numbers.
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Literary usage of Real matrix
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1. Gauge Fields and Cartan-Ehresmann Connections by Robert Hermann (1975)
"I will not go into full details about this, but will cover some of the highlights. 7. real matrix GROUPS WHICH HAVE THE WEYL-CARTAN PROPERTY AND WHICH ARE ..."
2. Introduction to Higher Algebra by Maxime Bôcher (1907)
"By a real matrix is understood a matrix whose elements are real ; by a real X-matrix, a matrix whose element* ore real polynomials in \: and by a real ..."
3. Cartanian Geometry, Nonlinear Waves, and Control Theory by Robert Hermann (1979)
"The one-parameter subgroup t + exp (ta) of G, its generator, has a fixed point in M0 if and only if there is an nxn real matrix P such that ..."
4. The Revelation of Present Experience by Edmund Montgomery (1910)
"The discovery of the real matrix, whence issues from moment to moment, while awake and while dreaming, the world-revealing content of consciousness, ..."
5. Topics in the Geometric Theory of Integrable Mechanical Systems by Robert Hermann (1984)
"... an nxn real matrix, and the function f on the right hand side is a polynomial in the entries of P of degree two or less. ..."