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I have seen that there is no types of matrices wiki present in brilliant. It is really a good topic so I have created a wiki to present before the community the types of matrices. But only I cannot complete it and definitely I need your help. You can contribute anything to this wiki. You can write theory or you can write different different examples. I have already created the subsections and mentioned what to write in some sections too. If I missed anything you can add them too. And also, if you want to discuss with me about anything you can keep them below in this note. Thank you in Advance.

Wiki link : Types of Matrices

Note by Ram Mohith
2 weeks, 2 days ago

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I think it is much better for you to keep these pages separate, i.e. have one page on symmetric matrices and another on orthogonal matrices, and probably combine the theory of skew-symmetric matrices in the former page. If someone, say myself, was to help you out, I'd want this page to be comprehensive so that the reader can get a full understanding of the topic at hand; in doing this, you will find that the whole page can get very long and unwieldy, not just to read but also to write up.

I could write a few things about symmetric, skew-symmetric, orthogonal, unitary and Hermitian matrices, but I will only do so on separate pages. Besides, I have papers to write...

Gennady Notowidigdo - 2 weeks, 1 day ago

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Alternatively, you could use your Wiki page as a "landing page" with links to the separate pages; this way, you could just have a general definition at the start and have a link to the separate page, where you have more freedom to go in depth. I am happy to help you with this, though my schedule will be tight for the next 48 hours or so.

Gennady Notowidigdo - 2 weeks, 1 day ago

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But I think combining them will not be a problem as a good reader will not get bored to read a topic how long it may be.

Ram Mohith - 2 weeks, 1 day ago

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I disagree. You will have to cater to all types of readers on the Wiki pages; it attracts a different type of viewership, compared to the viewership of the discussion boards. Ultimately, it comes down to the "time is money" mantra; keep it short and simple, and do not force your readers into buying what you are selling.

Gennady Notowidigdo - 2 weeks, 1 day ago

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@Gennady Notowidigdo But as far as my subject goes 1 wiki is enough and I know that there are still many more concepts to learn. Why can't you create the separate wiki's as I don't know that much depth subject as you all experienced people know ? But can't you contribute to this wiki for the sake of beginners and also we will keep the side link in that wiki for those who want to know more subject. Can you please contribute !!!

Ram Mohith - 1 week, 6 days ago

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@Ram Mohith Read my other comment. I am happy to help, but time is not on my side, unfortunately; being an academic means I have to put my work first.

Gennady Notowidigdo - 1 week, 6 days ago

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@Gennady Notowidigdo Ok. Thank You so much.

Ram Mohith - 1 week, 6 days ago

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@Michael Mendrin , @Chew-Seong Cheong , @Agnishom Chattopadhyay , @X X , @Pi Han Goh and orhers can you please help me

Ram Mohith - 1 week, 6 days ago

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