# Author's software

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Creating a matrix

Writing:

matrix=creatematrix();

Creates a matrix and returns the result in a variable matrix (matrix size of zero)

In the modern world, mathematical matrices play a key role in various fields, ranging from physics and economics, to information technology and machine learning. Matrices are an effective way of describing and processing data, and because of this they have become an integral part of various algorithms and software solutions.

One of the key aspects of working with matrices is their creation. In the context of programming, it becomes necessary to create a mathematical matrix object that will be an empty structure without predefined dimensions. It is for these purposes that the function that we will consider today has been developed.

The "creatematrix" function returns the created mathematical matrix object, which can be further used in the program to perform various operations, such as filling the matrix with values, arithmetic operations, dimensional manipulations and much more. The possibilities provided by this object are limited only by the programming language itself and the purpose of using the matrix.

The creatematrix function is an efficient and flexible tool function for working with mathematical matrices. It allows you to create objects of empty matrices without predefined dimensions, which makes it a universal solution for various tasks and situations. It has a simple syntax and can be easily used in any programming language that supports working with matrices. Creating an empty matrix is the first step in solving many tasks related to data processing, and the "createEmptyMatrix" function provides programmers with the opportunity to do this more elegantly and conveniently.

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