## Similarities between Z-matrix and Z-matrix (chemistry)

Z-matrix and Z-matrix (chemistry) have 1 thing in common (in Unionpedia): Z-matrix (mathematics).

### Z-matrix (mathematics)

In mathematics, the class of Z-matrices are those matrices whose off-diagonal entries are less than or equal to zero; that is, a Z-matrix Z satisfies Note that this definition coincides precisely with that of a negated Metzler matrix or quasipositive matrix, thus the term quasinegative matrix appears from time to time in the literature, though this is rare and usually only in contexts where references to quasipositive matrices are made.

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## Z-matrix and Z-matrix (chemistry) Comparison

Z-matrix has 3 relations, while Z-matrix (chemistry) has 18. As they have in common 1, **the Jaccard index is 4.76%** = 1 / (3 + 18).

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