comatrix

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

co- +‎ matrix

NounEdit

comatrix ‎(plural comatrices)

  1. (mathematics) Adjoint; The transposed matrix of the cofactors of the entries of a matrix.
    • 2011, David E. Radford, Hopf Algebras (page 182)
      Better yet, we may take the coalgebra of the preceding corollary to be a comatrix coalgebra.