Unitary matrices are the complex analogues of orthogonal matrices.
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→ MIT Open Courseware: Linear Algebra (2011)
Videos for an introductory linear algebra course focusing on numerical methods.
→ Introduction to Linear Algebra
An introductory linear algebra textbook with an emphasis on numerical methods.
Location: Section 10.2, "Hermitian and unitary matrices," subsection "Unitary matrices," pages 504-506
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