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Vectors, matrices and algebraic structures
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This first book provides an introduction to matrices and tensors of higher-order based on the structures of vector space and tensor space.
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Sign. Vectors. Vectors are 1-dimensional arrays of numbers or terms. In geometry, vectors store the magnitude and direction of a potential change to a point. The vector [3, -2] says go right 3 and down 2.
A vector with more than one dimension is called a matrix.