# Category: Matrix normal forms

Frobenius normal form
In linear algebra, the Frobenius normal form or rational canonical form of a square matrix A with entries in a field F is a canonical form for matrices obtained by conjugation by invertible matrices o
Jordan matrix
In the mathematical discipline of matrix theory, a Jordan matrix, named after Camille Jordan, is a block diagonal matrix over a ring R (whose identities are the zero 0 and one 1), where each block alo
Weyr canonical form
In mathematics, in linear algebra, a Weyr canonical form (or, Weyr form or Weyr matrix) is a square matrix satisfying certain conditions. A square matrix is said to be in the Weyr canonical form if th
Jordan normal form
In linear algebra, a Jordan normal form, also known as a Jordan canonical form (JCF),is an upper triangular matrix of a particular form called a Jordan matrix representing a linear operator on a finit
Diagonal matrix
In linear algebra, a diagonal matrix is a matrix in which the entries outside the main diagonal are all zero; the term usually refers to square matrices. Elements of the main diagonal can either be ze
Smith normal form
In mathematics, the Smith normal form (sometimes abbreviated SNF) is a normal form that can be defined for any matrix (not necessarily square) with entries in a principal ideal domain (PID). The Smith
Hermite normal form
In linear algebra, the Hermite normal form is an analogue of reduced echelon form for matrices over the integers Z. Just as reduced echelon form can be used to solve problems about the solution to the
Reduced row echelon form
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Howell normal form
In linear algebra and ring theory, the Howell normal form is a generalization of the row echelon form of a matrix over , the ring of integers modulo N. The row spans of two matrices agree if, and only