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matrix (n.)

14世纪末, matris, matrice, “子宫, 子宫”, 来源于古法语 matrice “子宫, 子宫”, 直接来源于拉丁语 mātrix (属性 mātricis) “怀孕的动物”, 在拉丁语晚期“子宫”, 也是“源头, 起源”, 来源于 māter (属性 mātris) “母亲” (见 mother (n. 1) ).

众多的形象和技术意义都来自于“围住或给予起源” 的东西的概念. 一般意义上的“发展某物的地方或媒介” 在1550年代就有记载; “铸造或塑造某物的模子” 的意义在1620年代就有了; “嵌入或包围的质量” 的意义在1640年代就有了.

数学意义上的“数量的矩形阵列(通常为正方形)” 是因为它被认为是一组可以设置数量的组件. 逻辑意义上的“真值的可能组合数组” 是到1914年得到证明的. 作为动词, 在电视广播中, 从1951年开始.

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Definitions of matrix

matrix (n.)
(mathematics) a rectangular array of quantities or expressions set out by rows and columns; treated as a single element and manipulated according to rules;
matrix (n.)
(geology) a mass of fine-grained rock in which fossils, crystals, or gems are embedded;
matrix (n.)
an enclosure within which something originates or develops (from the Latin for womb);
matrix (n.)
the body substance in which tissue cells are embedded;
Synonyms: intercellular substance / ground substance
matrix (n.)
the formative tissue at the base of a nail;
matrix (n.)
mold used in the production of phonograph records, type, or other relief surface;
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