27112= ((% Ac))S = Z((MiNi1 MkNk))S = 2((aiba#39;iaa#39;ibit akba#39;kaa#39;kbk))S Z[(aiba#39;i:aa#39;ibi) ( akba#39;k= aa#39;kbk) a (9-iba#39;i1aa#39;k bk) (9-kba#39;k=aa#39;ibi)l Z[a, ..aa#39;, a#39;b ... S a (AiAk)S(BkBi)Sl (10) where, as before, AiS is the sum of elements of the main diagonal of A, ., etc. and ( A, -Ak)S is the sum of elements ... Conclusion.aThe analogy between a dyadic and a vector by virtue of the double dot product may be extended to polyadics andanbsp;...

Title | : | Contribution from the Department of Mathematics |

Author | : | Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Mathematics |

Publisher | : | - 1922 |

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