a formulation of non-relativistic quantum mechanics in which physical quantities are represented by matrices and matrix algebra is used to predict the outcome of physical measurements.
- Matrix printer
noun 1. (computing) another name for dot-matrix printer
noun 1. Linguistics. a sentence in which another sentence is embedded: In The man who called is waiting, The man is waiting is a matrix sentence.
- Matrix unguis
matrix unguis matrix un·guis (ŭng’gwĭs) n. See nail bed.
1. variant of . 1. a combining form meaning “mother,” used in the formation of compound words: matrilineal. combining form 1. mother or motherhood: matriarchy word-forming element meaning “mother,” from comb. form of Latin mater (genitive matris) “mother” (see mother (n.1)).