a matrix that has 1 in each position on the main diagonal and 0 in all other positions.
noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) 1. political activity or movements based on or catering to the cultural, ethnic, gender, racial, religious, or social interests that characterize a group identity.
noun 1. the symbol (≡), designating identity, not equality.
1. the fraudulent appropriation and use of someone’s identifying or personal data or documents, as a credit card. noun 1. the crime of setting up and using bank accounts and credit facilities fraudulently in another person’s name without his or her knowledge noun the stealing of a person’s financial information, esp. credit cards and Social […]
- Identity theory
noun 1. (philosophy) a form of materialism which holds mental states to be identical with certain states of the brain and so to have no separate existence, but regards this identity as contingent so that mentalistic and physicalistic language are not held to be synonymous See also anomalous monism, materialism (sense 2)