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February 27, 2013, 17:46

This is great aite

Any comment on the follwing?

Matrix A transposed times itself yields a symmetric matrix.

Matrix A times its transpose yields a symmetric, but different matrix.

(This goes to the fact that matrix multiplication isn't commutative- i.e A *B ≠ B * A)

But what is the intuitive difference between A(T) * A and A * A(T) ?!

any comments be appreciated good luck on your start up.

This question in generated from self learning SVD -

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