Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization

Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization

[gram-shmit]
noun Mathematics.
a process for constructing an orthogonal basis for a Euclidean space, given any basis for the space.

Origin:
named after Jörgen Pedersen Gram (1850–1916), Danish mathematician, and Erhard Schmidt (1876–1959), German mathematician

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