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Title
An
introduction
to
semitensor
product
of
matrices
and ITS
applications
Creator
Cheng, DaiZhan.
Contributors
Qi, Hongsheng, Ph.D.
Zhao, Yin.
World Scientific (Firm)
DescriptionAbstract
A
generalization
of
Conventional
Matrix
Product
(CMP)
,
called
the
SemiTensor
Product
(STP)
,
is
proposed
.
It
extends
the
CMP
to
two
arbitrary
matrices
and
maintains
all
fundamental
properties
of
CMP
. In
addition
,
it
has a
pseudocommutative
property
,
which
makes
it
more
superior
to
CMP
. The
STP
was
proposed
by the
authors
to
deal
with
higherdimensional
data
as
well
as
multilinear
mappings
.
After
over
a
decade
of
development
,
STP
has been
proven
to be a
powerful
tool
in
dealing
with
nonlinear
and
logical
calculations
. This
book
is
a
comprehensive
introduction
to the
theory
of
STP
and its
various
applications
,
including
logical
function
,
fuzzy
control
,
Boolean
networks
,
analysis
and
control
of
nonlinear
systems
,
amongst
others
.
DescriptionTable Of Contents
1
.
Multidimensional
data
.
1
.
Multidimensional
data
.
1.2
.
Arrangement
of
data
.
1.3
.
Matrix
products
.
1.4
.
Tensor
.
1.5
.
Nash
equilibrium
.
1.6
.
Symmetric
group
.
1.7
.
Swap
matrix

2
.
Semitensor
product
of
matrices
.
2.1
.
Multilinear
function
.
2.2
.
Left
semitensor
product
of
matrices
.
2.3
.
Fundamental
properties
.
2.4
.
Pseudocommutativity
via
swap
matrix
.
2.5
.
Semitensor
product
as
bilinear
mapping

3
.
Multilinear
Mappings
among
vector
spaces
.
3.1
.
Cross
product
on
[symbol]
.
3.2
.
General
linear
algebra
.
3.3
.
Mappings
over
matrices
.
3.4
.
Converting
matrix
expressions
.
3.5
.
Two
applications

4
.
Right
and
general
semitensor
products
.
4.1
.
Right
STP
.
4.2
.
Semitensor
product
of
arbitrary
matrices

5
.
Rank
,
pseudoinverse
, and
positivity
of
STP
.
5.1
.
Rank
of
products
.
5.2
.
Pseudoinverse
of
STP
.
5.3
.
Positivity
of
products

6
.
Matrix
expression
of
logic
.
6.1
.
Logic
and its
expression
.
6.2
.
General
structure
of
logical
operators
.
6.3
.
Fundamental
properties
of
logical
operators
.
6.4
.
Logical
system
and
logical
inference
.
6.5
.
Multivalued
logic

7
.
Mixvalued
logic
.
7.1
.
Normal
form
of
logical
operators
.
7.2
.
Mixvalued
logic
.
7.3
.
General
logical
mappings
.
7.4
.
Two
practical
examples

8
.
Logical
matrix
,
fuzzy
set
and
fuzzy
logic
.
8.1
.
Matrices
of
general
logical
variables
.
8.2
.
Logical
operators
for
kvalued
matrices
.
8.3
.
Fuzzy
sets
.
8.4
.
Mappings
over
fuzzy
sets
.
8.5
.
Fuzzy
logic
and its
computation

9
.
Fuzzy
relational
equation
.
9.1
.
kvalued
matrix
and
fuzzy
relational
equations
.
9.2
.
Structure
of the
set
of
solutions
.
9.3
.
Solving
fuzzy
relational
equation
.
9.4
.
Numerical
examples

10
.
Fuzzy
control
with
coupled
fuzzy
relations
.
10.1
.
Multiple
fuzzy
relations
.
10.2
.
Fuzzy
control
of
coupled
multiple
fuzzy
relations
.
10.3
.
Numerical
solution
for
fuzzy
control
design

11
.
Representation
of
boolean
functions
.
11.1
.
Boolean
functions
in
Galois
field
[symbol]
.
11.2
.
Polynomial
form
of
boolean
functions
.
11.3
.
Walsh
transformation
.
11.4
.
Linear
structure
.
11.5
.
Nonlinearity
.
11.6
.
Symmetry
of
boolean
function
. ;
8
12
.
Decomposition
of
logical
functions
.
12.1
.
Disjoint
bidecomposition
.
12.2
.
Nondisjoint
bidecomposition
.
12.3
.
Decomposition
of
multivalued
logical
functions
.
12.4
.
Decomposition
of
mixvalued
logical
functions

13
.
Boolean
calculus
.
13.1
.
Boolean
derivatives
.
13.2
.
Boolean
differential
equations
.
13.3
.
Boolean
integral

14
.
Lattice
,
graph
, and
universal
algebra
.
14.1
.
Lattice
.
14.2
.
Isomorphic
lattices
and
sublattices
.
14.3
.
Matrix
expression
of
finite
lattice
.
14.4
.
Distributive
and
modular
lattices
.
14.5
.
Graph
and its
adjacency
matrix
.
14.6
.
Vector
space
structure
of
graph
.
14.7
.
Planar
graph
and
coloring
problem
.
14.8
.
Universal
algebra
.
14.9
.
Latticebased
logics

15
.
Boolean
network
.
15.1
. An
introduction
.
15.2
.
Fixed
points
and
cycles
.
15.3
.
Invariant
subspace
and
inputstate
description
.
15.4
.
Higherorder
boolean
networks
.
15.5
.
Dynamicstatic
boolean
networks

16
.
Boolean
control
system
.
16.1
.
Dynamics
of
boolean
control
networks
.
16.2
.
Controllability
.
16.3
.
Observability
.
16.4
.
Disturbance
decoupling
.
16.5
.
Some
other
control
problems

17
.
Game
theory
.
17.1
. An
introduction
to
game
theory
.
17.2
.
Infinitely
repeated
games
.
17.3
.
Local
optimization
of
strategies
and
local
Nash/subNash
equilibrium

18
.
Multivariable
polynomials
.
18.1
.
Matrix
expression
of
multivariable
polynomials
.
18.2
.
Differential
form
of
functional
matrices
.
18.3
.
Conversion
of
generators
.
18.4
.
Taylor
expansion
of
multivariable
functions
.
18.5
.
Fundamental
formula
of
differential
.
18.6
.
Lie
derivative

19
.
Some
applications
to
differential
geometry
and
algebra
.
19.1
.
Calculation
of
connection
.
19.2
.
Contraction
of
tensor
field
.
19.3
.
Structure
matrix
of
finitedimensional
algebra
.
19.4
.
Twodimensional
algebras
.
19.5
.
Threedimensional
algebras
.
19.6
.
Lowerdimensional
Lie
algebra
and
invertible
algebra
.
19.7
.
Tensor
product
algebra

20
.
Morgan's
problem
.
20.1
.
Inputoutput
decomposition
.
20.2
.
Problem
formulation
.
20.3
.
Numerical
expression
of
solvability

21
.
Linearization
of
nonlinear
control
systems
.
21.1
.
Carleman
linearization
.
21.2
.
First
integral
.
21.3
.
Invariance
of
polynomial
system
.
21.4
.
Feedback
linearization
of
nonlinear
control
system
.
21.5
.
Single
input
feedback
linearization
.
21.6
.
Algorithm
for
nonregular
feedback
linearization

22
.
Stability
region
of
dynamic
systems
.
22.1
.
Stability
region
.
22.2
.
Stable
submanifold
.
22.3
.
Quadratic
approximation
.
22.4
.
Higher
order
approximation
.
22.5
.
Differentialalgebraic
system
.
Publisher
World Scientific Pub. Co.
Subject
Operator theory.
Matrices.
Spectral theory (Mathematics)
Identifier (Full text)
9789814374699
(electronic
bk.)
;
9814374687
;
9789814374682
;
http://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/8323#t=toc
Language
eng
Type
Electronic books.
FormatExtent
xxii, 587 p. : ill.
Date
c2012
.
OCLC number
874498077
CONTENTdm number
407
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