Arrows structures and functors. The categorical imperative by Michael A. Arbib

By Michael A. Arbib

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If m < n, exchanging roles of the bases again leads to a contradiction. Thus m = n and all bases of 9' possess the same number of elements. • The number of basis elements of a finite-dimensional space is, therefore, a characteristic of the space that is invariant under different choices of basis. We formally define the number of basis elements of a (finite-dimensional) space 9' to be in the dimension ofthe space, and write dim 9' for this number. In other words, if dim 9' = n (in which case 9' is called an n-dimensional space), then 9' has n linearly independent elements and each set of n + 1 elements of 9' is necessarily linearly dependent.

Observe that Exercise 3 simply states that Ker A is a subspace. Exercise 4. Find Ker A (in 1R 3) if A=G -11 0]l ' SOLUTION. A vector [Xl X3]T X2 or, what is equivalent, Xl - Example 1. (a) set of triples {x Any straight line passing through the origin, that is, the = (Xt>X2,X3): XI Hence. XI = X 2, Xl = at,x2 = bt'X3 = ct,(-ro < t belongs to Ker A if and only if X3 = 0, X2 + X2 + X3 = O. = -2X2' and every vector from Ker A is of the form < eoj}, is a subspace of R 3 . (b) Any plane in 1R 3 passing through the origin, that is, the set oftriples {x = (XI' X2' X3); aXI + bX2 + CX3 = 0, a 2 + b 2 + c2 > D], for fixed real numbers a, b, c, is a subspace of 1R 3 • (c) The set of all n x n upper-Ilower-) triangular matrices with elements from IR is a subspace of lR"le l • (d) The set of all real n x n matrices having zero main diagonal is a subspace of Rille ".

Check that if ex detA"_l=A 1 2 ... n- 1 r#:O. 2 1 A +2 exA. fJA det exA A,2 + 2 0 = (A,2 [ {JA. 0 A,z + i L"_I and U ,,-I are nonsingular. Now consider n x n partitioned triangular matrices and = vi. fJ = JR. then (4) Z. IfAisasquarematrixandA 2 and that A-I = -(A + 21). + 2A + 1 = + 1)3. 11 3. Given that D is a diagonal matrix and nonsingular, prove that if D = (I + A)-lA, then A is diagonal. Hint. Establish first that D = A(l - D). 4. Let matrices 1, A, B be n x n. Check that if 1 + AB is invertible, then 1 + BA is invertible and (1 + BA)-l s.

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