XXII.—Vanishing Aggregates of Secondary Minors of a Persymmetric Determinant

Thomas Muir
1905 Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
(1) The persymmetric determinant of thenthorderbeing such that in every case the element in the placer,sis the same as the element in the placer− 1,s+ 1, and therefore having only 2n− 1 independent elements, viz., the elementsa1,a2, ....,a2n−1forming the first row and last column, is conveniently denoted byAs it is a special form of axisymmetric determinant, any known relation between minors of the latter must of course hold in regard to the corresponding minors of the former.
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