Some Special Matrices of Real Elements and Their Properties

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Some Special Matrices of Real Elements and Their Properties

This article describes definitions of positive matrix, negative matrix, nonpositive matrix, nonnegative matrix, nonzero matrix, module matrix of real elements and their main properties, and we also give the basic inequalities in matrices of real elements.

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