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from The Century Dictionary.
 noun In mathematics, a determinant having all the elements of the principal diagonal equal, and those of every row the same as those of any other cyclically transposed.
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 noun mathematics A circulant matrix
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But the basic Weyl circulant is only one of the MUB factors, coming from the braided (MUB) 1circulants, with entries that are roots of unity, give rise to more general large complex matrices with one entry in each row and column.

In vector space arithmetic, instead of ordinary combination of circulant primes in a matrix ordinal $n$ is a product.

It follows that a Koide matrix is an exponential of the matrix The first entry of the circulant $A$ is $\textrm {log} (\sqrt {m_1 m_2 m_3}) $.

For example, on the two dimensional circulant piece we have

CKM circulant sum $X + iY$, the Fourier transform gives the sum of a diagonal and codiagonal matrix, which on rearranging rows and columns roughly equals

La fraude au clic a Ã©tÃ© derniÃ¨rement le Â« sujet chaud Â» circulant dans le monde du marketing Web.
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