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Algebraic representation of social capital matrix
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|Statement||Tariq Shah, Syed Akhter Hussain Shah, Eatzaz Ahmed|
|Series||PIDE working papers -- 2010: 61|
|Contributions||Shah, Syed Akhter Hussain, Ahmed, Eatzaz, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||2010341726|
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This paper proposes a mathematical model based on a Boolean algebra involving a 44 social capital matrix [Shah ()], that emerges through interaction within and Author: Syed Akhter Hussain Shah. Downloadable.
This paper proposes a mathematical model based on a Boolean algebra involving a 44 social capital matrix [Shah ()], that emerges through interaction within and across individuals, communities, institutions and state. The framework provides a coding system for the existence or otherwise of various categories of social interaction.
Downloadable. This paper proposes a mathematical model based on a Boolean algebra involving a 4×4 social capital matrix [Shah ()], that emerges through interaction within and across individuals, communities, institutions and state.
The framework provides a coding system for the existence or otherwise of various categories of social interaction. One of the simplest non-trivial examples is a linear complex structure, which is a representation of the complex numbers C, thought of as an associative algebra over the real numbers algebra is realized concretely as =  / (+), which corresponds to i 2 = − a representation of C is a real vector space V, together with an action of C on V (a map → ()).
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