By M. Hazewinkel

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N = ~ P ~ t p e r ( A ( s / t ) ) - n per(A) s,t=l 11, =Z p e r ( A ( s / a ( s ) ) ) - n per(A), s--I where o is the permutation corresponding to P. 3) s=i for every o-. 5) any entry of A lies on a diagonal all of whose other entries are positive. ,n, s ~ i . 6(b) ensures that per(A(s/er(s))) = per A for the same s. 3) and j = or(i) follows that per(A(i/j)) >~ per(A). 11 Van der Waerden conjecture and applications 6. Mixed discriminants (volumes) and geometric inequalities for permanents Consider m quadratic forms n i,j=l in the variables X l , .

As: V AiKi . . 7) ( K i , , . . , in=l where it is assumed that for the products of )~i which differ only in the order of the factors the coefficients have the same numerical value. The coefficients V ( K 1 , . . 7) are called the mixed volumes of convex compact sets K1,. . , Bin in I~n. Let A be a non-negative matrix of order n and let Ki, i E 1 , . . , n, be the family of rectangular parallelopipeds in R n induced by it Ki = {x - ( X , , . . , X n ) E R n, 0 <~ Xj < aij, j E 1 , . . , n } .

29. The elliptic law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30. The unimodal law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31. The distribution of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of random matrix-valued processes . . . . . . H A N D B O O K OF ALGEBRA, VOL. 1 Edited by M. , 1996. L. Girko 32. Perturbation formulas . . . . . .