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Applications of Matrices in Modern Scenario

Ambrish Kr. Pandey, Poorva Gupta,
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Volume 1 , Issue 1 , PP 1-14
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54060/JASE/001.01.003


In the modern world, matrices are considered to be of extreme use as they can be applied in fields like Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Construction, Finance, etc. In this work, the key applications empowered by framework hypothesis in two significant fields of interest in graphic designing, in particular video game designing. The paper centers on how ma-trices and their operations play a significant role in designing and manipulating the structure on a screen to make it realistic. Among the significant applications in video games, it has a significant role in Adobe Photoshop how we put our structures in suggested dimensions and move according to our comfort in it and this is possible because of matrices. The study brings up the significant commitment made by cryptography, the security process it carries with it so that no other person in between can decode the message and the message is delivered safely to the intended person. The significance pretended by grids in addressing and handling advanced pictures is portrayed by a few illustrative applications. This paper covers many other applications in matrices of how it is used in chemistry, physics, medical science, geology, economics, and many more

Key-Words / Index Term

Matrix theory, Rectangular array, linear equation, graphic designing, cryptography


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