1. Introduction 2. Basic existence theorems for matrices with prescribed properties 3. The class A(R S) of (0,1)-matrices 4. More on the class A(R S) of (0,1)-matrices 5. The class T(R) of tournament matrices 6. Interchange graphs 7. Classes of symmetric integral matrices 8. Convex polytopes of matrices 9. Doubly stochastic matrices.

This chapter discusses theorems for combinatorially constrained matrices, and some special graphs found in the literature on matrix algebra and digraphs.Expand

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Abstract A matrix of the form A = BBT where B is nonnegative is called completely positive (CP). Berman and Xu (2005) investigated a subclass of CP-matrices, called f0, 1g-completely positive… Expand

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