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totally positive matrix; Monge matrix; semigroup; Vandermonde-like matrix
A close relationship between the class of totally positive matrices and anti-Monge matrices is used for suggesting a new direction for investigating totally positive matrices. Some questions are posed and a partial answer in the case of Vandermonde-like matrices is given.
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