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Linear algebra and its applications 2nd ed. More complicated examples include the derivative of a scalar function with respect to a matrix, known as the gradient matrixwhich collects the derivative with respect to each matrix element in the corresponding position in the resulting matrix.
Two competing notational conventions split the field of matrix calculus into two separate groups. This section’s factual accuracy is disputed. However, many problems in estimation theory and other areas of applied mathematics would result in too many indices to properly keep track of, pointing in favor of matrix calculus in those areas.
Keep in mind that various authors use different combinations of numerator and denominator layouts for different types of derivatives, and there is no guarantee that an author will consistently use either numerator or denominator layout for all types.
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For example, in attempting to find the maximum likelihood estimate of a multivariate normal distribution using matrix calculus, if the domain is a k x1 column vector, then the result using the numerator layout will be aalgebra the form of a 1x k row vector. The corresponding concept from vector calculus is indicated at the end of each subsection.
A single convention can be somewhat standard throughout a single field that commonly uses matrix calculus e. See the layout conventions section for a more detailed table. Using numerator-layout notation, we have: Each of the previous two cases can be considered as an application of the derivative of a vector with respect to a vector, using a vector of size one appropriately. Integral Lists of integrals.
Although there are largely two consistent conventions, some authors find it convenient to mix the two conventions in forms that are discussed below. The notation used here is commonly used in statistics and engineeringwhile the tensor index notation is preferred in physics. That is, sometimes different conventions are used in different contexts within the same book or paper. In these rules, “a” is a scalar. Views Read Edit View history. In what follows we will distinguish scalars, vectors and matrices by their typeface.
It is important to realize the following:. According to Jan R. The section on layout conventions discusses this issue in greater detail.
In vector calculusthe gradient of a scalar field y in the space R n whose independent coordinates are the components of x is the transpose of the derivative tensorisl a scalar by a vector.
It is often easier to work in differential form and then convert back to normal derivatives. A is not a function of x A is symmetric. The three types of derivatives that have not been considered are those involving vectors-by-matrices, matrices-by-vectors, and matrices-by-matrices.
The two groups can be distinguished by whether they write the derivative of a scalar with respect to a vector as a column vector or a row vector. Using denominator-layout notation, we have: Note also that this matrix has its indexing transposed; m rows and n columns.
An element of M n ,1that is, a column vectoris denoted with a boldface lowercase letter: As a first example, consider the gradient from vector calculus. Definitions of these two conventions and comparisons between them are collected in the layout conventions section. The next two introductory sections use the numerator layout convention simply for the purposes of convenience, to avoid overly complicating the discussion.
The vector and matrix derivatives presented in the sections to follow take full advantage of matrix notationusing a single variable to represent a large number of variables. This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat This section discusses the similarities and differences matricia, notational conventions that are used in the various fields that take advantage of matrix calculus.
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These are the derivative of a matrix by a scalar and the derivative of a scalar by a matrix. Matrix calculus refers to a number of different notations that use matrices and vectors to collect the derivative of tensorjal component of the dependent variable with respect to each component of the independent variable.
The section after them discusses layout conventions in more detail.
Matrix differential calculus is used in statistics, particularly for the statistical analysis of multivariate distributionsespecially the multivariate normal distribution and other elliptical distributions. Authors of both groups often write as though their specific convention were standard.