unitary

Pronunciation

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Pronunciation

- (
*British*) IPA: /juːnɪt(ə)ɹi/

- Having the quality of oneness.
- (
*government, of a system of government or administration*) That concentrates power in a single body, rather than sharing it with more local bodies.*a***unitary**authority*a***unitary**state

- (
*mathematics, of an algebra*) That contains an identity element. - (
*mathematics, linear algebra, analysis, of a matrix or operator*) Whose inverse is equal to its adjoint.**1997**, M. E. Alferieff (translator), P. K. Suetin, Alexandra I. Kostrikin, Yuri I. Manin,*Linear Algebra and Geometry*, page 137 ↗,- The eigenvectors of an orthogonal or
**unitary**operator, corresponding to different eigenvalues, are orthogonal.

- The eigenvectors of an orthogonal or
**2002**, M. Klajman, J. A. Chambers,*A Novel Approximate Joint Diagonalization Algorithm*, J. G. McWhirter, I. K. Proudler (editors),*Mathematics in Signal Processing V*, page 71 ↗,- In essence we are looking for some way to average the individual
**unitary**matrices*U*. But a linear combination of_{k}**unitary**matrices does not remain**unitary**.

- In essence we are looking for some way to average the individual
**2008**, Mikio Nakahara, Tetsuo Ohmi,*Quantum Computing: From Linear Algebra to Physical Realizations*, page 84 ↗,- We then repeat the same procedure to the (
*d*− 1) × (*d*− 1) block**unitary**matrix using (*d*− 2) two-level**unitary**matrices.

- We then repeat the same procedure to the (

- (
*that contains an identity element*) unital

- (
*that concentrates power in a single body*) federalist

**unitary** (*plural* unitaries)

- (
*UK*) A unitary council.**2005**, John Greenwood, Robert Pyper, David Wilson,*New Public Administration in Britain*- Outside the metropolitan areas most councils (English and Welsh counties, London boroughs, Scottish and Welsh
**unitaries**, and Northern Ireland districts) are now elected*en bloc*every four years.

- Outside the metropolitan areas most councils (English and Welsh counties, London boroughs, Scottish and Welsh

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*mathematics*) A unitary matrix or operator.**1980**, Michael Reed, Barry Simon,*Methods of Modern Mathematical Physics*, Volume 1: Functional Analysis, Revised and Expanded Edition page 243 ↗,- Since ergodicity and mixing are expressible in terms of the induced Koopman
**unitaries**they are not additional invariants.

- Since ergodicity and mixing are expressible in terms of the induced Koopman

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