Lecture 17: Gain Of A Matrix In A Direction
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Now there are cases when it doesn’t vary with direction. You’ve seen one. One is when A is orthogonal. So if A is square and its columns are orthonormal, then Y equals AX, the norm of Y is the norm of X, the gain is one in all directions. So watch, you’re going to get is the complete picture today, on that. ...
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