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The identity matrix is a square one with ones (1s) down its main diagonal and zeroes (0s) elsewhere. That is, it must have the same number of rows as columns, and where …the row number is the same as the column number, the entry must be 1, elsewhere, it must be 0. (MORE)

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Skill matrix is a tool to assess training needs. It is a table that shows skills of individuals in a team and any gaps between the skills of employees and the job roles they h…ave. It is also known as a competency framework. (MORE)

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The matrix of a BGA is the pattern in which the solder balls are laid out in.

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When you are between 2 difference pieces of appliances or electronics emitting a white noise and your brain tries to make sense or order out of it by creating words that were …not actually there (MORE)

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That is called the identity matrix. For example, (3,1,4)t x (1,1,1) = (3,1,4)t In this case (1,1,1) is the identity matrix. Another example is 5 11 1 0 1 11 x = 4 3 0 1 …4 3 (You will have to imagine the brackets around the matrices as I did not know how to draw them in.) In this case 1 0 is the identity matrix. 0 1 (MORE)

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The rectangular array of elements enclosed by pair of brackets, such as [ 1 2 3 ] and subject to certain rules of operation is called matrix.

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the matrix is the theory that the world as we know it today is really a computer program created by the "machine overlords of the future". it is believed to be used to keep hu…mans under control so they have no possible way to rebel and regain control (MORE)

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The word "matrix" is a noun, so it has no past tense. The noun can be used as an adjective, as matrix (this is technically not an adjective but a noun adjunct), e.g. the matri…x result. (MORE)

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The stakeholder matrix is a simple, but effective tool for analyzing stakeholders. Stakeholders are any individuals or groups who can be affected or affect a business. The… stakeholder matrix is a graph which is split into 4 quadrants. A common matrix plots stakeholders by power on the y axis and interest on the x axis. Stakeholders with low power and low interest aren't very important. Stakeholders with high power and high interest are very influential and need to be carefully managed. (MORE)

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It is a table of items, usually numbers. For example, you might consider the prices of several items in a shop. Put these in a column. Then for the same items in a different s…hop, another column alongside the first. And several shops. You finish up with an array of prices. That is an example of a matrix. (MORE)