# nonnegative

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**nonnegative**— adjective Date: 1885 not negative: as a. being either positive or zero b. taking on nonnegative values < a nonnegative function > … New Collegiate Dictionary**nonnegative**— /non neg euh tiv/, adj. Math. (of a real number) greater than or equal to zero. [1880 85; NON + NEGATIVE] * * * … Universalium**nonnegative**— adj. being or relating to a positive or zero … English contemporary dictionary**nonnegative**— non·negative … English syllables**nonnegative**— adjective either positive or zero • Similar to: ↑plus • Topics: ↑mathematics, ↑math, ↑maths … Useful english dictionary**Nonnegative rank (linear algebra)**— In linear algebra, the nonnegative rank of a nonnegative matrix is a concept similar to the usual linear rank of a real matrix, but adding the requirement that certain coefficients and entries of vectors/matrices have to be nonnegative. For… … Wikipedia**Nonnegative matrix**— A nonnegative matrix is a matrix in which all the elements are equal to or greater than zero A positive matrix is a matrix in which all the elements are greater than zero. The set of positive matrices is a subset of all non negative matrices. A… … Wikipedia**Non-negative matrix factorization**— NMF redirects here. For the bridge convention, see new minor forcing. Non negative matrix factorization (NMF) is a group of algorithms in multivariate analysis and linear algebra where a matrix, , is factorized into (usually) two matrices, and… … Wikipedia**Metzler matrix**— In mathematics, a Metzler matrix is a matrix in which all the off diagonal components are nonnegative (equal to or greater than zero) It is named after the American economist Lloyd Metzler. Metzler matrices appear in stability analysis of time… … Wikipedia**Division algorithm**— This article is about a mathematical theorem. For a list of division algorithms, see Division (digital). In mathematics, and more particularly in arithmetic, the usual process of division of integers producing a quotient and a remainder can be… … Wikipedia