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The experimental matrix computation program described in this paper embodies dynamic memory allocation of all matrices, and enables the user to specify most matrix operations by using single-address pseudo instructions. Several different matrix types are allowed, and the most common matrix operations (addition, subtraction, right- and left-hand multiplication, transposition, inversion, solution of linear equations and eigenvalue/eigenvector computations) have been implemnented. If desired, additional matrix types and/or matrix operations may be incorporated.
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