determinant

Pronunciation Noun

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Pronunciation Noun

**determinant** (*plural* determinants)

- A determining factor; an element that determines the nature of something.
**1999**, Noah P. Barsky, Stuart Bruchey (editor),*Organizational*, Taylor & Francis (Garland Publishing), page 4 ↗,**Determinants**of Budgetary Influence and Involvement- Shields and Young (1993) argue that the budget participation literature "has not produced a coherent nor unified definition" of both the
**determinants**and consequences of budget participation.

- Shields and Young (1993) argue that the budget participation literature "has not produced a coherent nor unified definition" of both the
**2003**, Agis D. Tsouros,*Foreword*, Richard Wilkinson, Michael Marmot (editors),*Social*, World Health Organization, 2nd Edition, page 5 ↗,**Determinants**of Health: The Solid Facts*The field of the social***determinants**of health is perhaps the most complex and challenging of all.

**2004**, Carsten Anckar,*Determinants**of the Death Penalty: A comparative study of the world*, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), page 165 ↗,- The aim of this book has been to assess the
**determinants**of capital punishment without taking a stand for or against the death penalty.

- The aim of this book has been to assess the

- (
*linear algebra*) A scalar that encodes certain characteristics of a given transformation matrix; the unique scalar function over square matrices which is distributive over matrix multiplication, multilinear in the rows and columns, and takes the value 1 for the unit matrix;*abbreviated as:*det.**1966**[Allyn & Bacon], Howard Eves,*Elementary Matrix Theory*, 1980, Dover, Unabridged corrected republication, page 165 ↗,- The
**determinant**of a square matrix A_{(n)} is a function (actually a polynomial function) of the elements a_{ij} of A.

- The
**1990**, Assem S. Deif,*Advanced Matrix Theory for Scientists and Engineers*, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers (Abacus Press), 2nd Edition, page 18 ↗,- Show that the
**determinant**of a Hermitian matrix is real and that of a skew-Hermitian matrix is imaginary.

- Show that the
**2009**, Richard A. Brualdi, Dragoš Cvetkoviċ,*A Combinatorial Approach to Matrix Theory and Its Applications*, Taylor & Francis (CRC / Chapman & Hall), page 63 ↗,- Using this definition, we derive the basic properties of a
**determinant**that are useful in its evaluation. In particular, it is shown how the calculation of a**determinant**can be reduced to the calculation of**determinants**of lower order.

- Using this definition, we derive the basic properties of a

- (
*biology*) A substance that causes a cell to adopt a particular fate.

- French: déterminant
- Portuguese: determinante
- Russian: определять

- French: déterminant
- German: Determinante
- Italian: determinante
- Portuguese: determinante
- Russian: детермина́нт
- Spanish: determinante

**determinant**

- Serving to determine or limit; determinative.

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