Applicable generalized inverses of matrices


The theory of generalized inverses has its roots both on semigroup theory and on matrix and operator theory. In this seminar we will focus on the study of the generalized inverse of von Neumann, group, Drazin and Moore-Penrose in a purely algebraic setting. We will present some recent results dealing with the generalized inverse of certain types of matrices and their properties.

Finally, we will present recent applications.


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