The Complex Gradient Operator and the CR-Calculus

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Kreutz-Delgado, Ken;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | Mathematics - Complex Variables
    arxiv: Physics::Physics Education

A thorough discussion and development of the calculus of real-valued functions of complex-valued vectors is given using the framework of the Wirtinger Calculus. The presented material is suitable for exposition in an introductory Electrical Engineering graduate level co... View more
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