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Zero-diagonality as a linear structure. (English) Zbl 07270031
Summary: A linear structure is a family of matrices that satisfy a given set of linear restrictions, such as symmetry or diagonality. We add to the literature on linear structures by studying the family of matrices where all diagonal elements are zero, and discuss econometric examples where these results can be fruitfully applied.
MSC:
62H12 Estimation in multivariate analysis
15A23 Factorization of matrices
62P20 Applications of statistics to economics
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