By Rogora E.
The 1st primary theorem of invariant idea for the motion of the detailed orthogonal team onm tuples of matrices by way of simultaneous conjugation is proved in . during this paper, as a primary step towards developing the second one basic theorem, we learn a easy id among SO(n, okay) invariants ofm matrices.
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A basic relation between invariants of matrices under the action of the special orthogonal group by Rogora E.