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A rectangular array of numbers, called <b>elements</b> (which may be complex), that obeys certain rules. Matrices are often indicated by bold face type. Matrices are used in electromagnetic work, in wave propagation studies, in multichannel processing, and elsewhere. See Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_M-6|M-6]] and Sheriff and Geldart (1995, 519&#x2013;22).
 
A rectangular array of numbers, called <b>elements</b> (which may be complex), that obeys certain rules. Matrices are often indicated by bold face type. Matrices are used in electromagnetic work, in wave propagation studies, in multichannel processing, and elsewhere. See Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_M-6|M-6]] and Sheriff and Geldart (1995, 519&#x2013;22).

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A rectangular array of numbers, called elements (which may be complex), that obeys certain rules. Matrices are often indicated by bold face type. Matrices are used in electromagnetic work, in wave propagation studies, in multichannel processing, and elsewhere. See Figure M-6 and Sheriff and Geldart (1995, 519–22).