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Circulant weighing matrices

Hain, Richard Martin


Circulant weighing matrices are matrices with entries in {-1,0,1} where the rows are pairwise orthogonal and each successive row is obtained from the previous row by a fixed cyclic permutation. They are useful in solving problems where it is necessary to determine as accurately as possible, the "weight" of n "objects" in n "weighings". They have also been successfully used to improve the performance of certain optical instruments such as spectrometers and image scanners. In this thesis I...[Show more]

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Date published: 1977
Type: Thesis (Masters)


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