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Is there a specific name for matrices with nonsingular principal submatrices?

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I've heard them called "strongly nonsingular matrices" in numerical linear algebra. Google that and you'll find some literature.

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"matrices with Gauss decomposition" is the shortest thing that comes to mind. I mean other than $B_-TB_+$.

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