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answered How much redundancy resides in an $n \times n$ orthogonal matrix?
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answered Computing minimal polynomials using LLL
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answered Reference for measures of commutativity needed
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reviewed Approve Matrix derivative with respect to the pseudo-inverse
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answered Norm of a matrix operator with a special structure
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comment Finding commuting matrices
I note that somebody downvoted my edit without giving name or explanations.
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comment When does a matrix equation have a solution?
@ quid , @ Eric Wilson , OK this question is more than five years old. I didn't see that ( problem with my goggles ?). From a historical point of view, I think that we must keep this question on MO.