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72: Bilinear Maps
December 23, 2016Posted by on
In linear algebra, a bilinear map is a function , where are vector spaces over a common field, which is linear in each of its 2 components when the other is held fixed. When for all , it is referred to as a symmetric bilinear map.
Examples of bilinear maps include matrix multiplication, the inner product, and the cross product.