We study a class of matrices with noncommutative entries, which were first considered by Yu. I. Manin in 1988 in relation with quantum group theory. They are defined as "noncommutative endomorphisms" of a polynomial algebra. More explicitly their defining conditions read: 1) elements in the same column commute; 2) commutators of the cross terms are equal: \$[M_{ij}, M_{kl}] = [M_{kj}, M_{il}]\$ (e.g. \$[M_{11},M_{22}] = [M_{21},M_{12}]\$). The basic claim is that despite noncommutativity many theorems of linear algebra hold true for Manin matrices in a form identical to that of the commutative case. Moreover in some examples the converse is also true. The present paper gives a complete list and detailed proofs of algebraic properties of Manin matrices known up to the moment; many of them are new. In particular we present the formulation in terms of matrix (Leningrad) notations; provide complete proofs that an inverse to a M.m. is again a M.m. and for the Schur formula for the determinant of a block matrix; we generalize the noncommutative Cauchy-Binet formulas discovered recently [arXiv:0809.3516], which includes the classical Capelli and related identities. We also discuss many other properties, such as the Cramer formula for the inverse matrix, the Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Newton and MacMahon-Wronski identities, Plucker relations, Sylvester's theorem, the Lagrange-Desnanot-Lewis Caroll formula, the Weinstein-Aronszajn formula, some multiplicativity properties for the determinant, relations with quasideterminants, calculation of the determinant via Gauss decomposition, conjugation to the second normal (Frobenius) form, and so on and so forth. We refer to [arXiv:0711.2236] for some applications.

Chervov, A., Falqui, G., & Rubtsov, V. (2009). Algebraic properties of Manin matrices 1. ADVANCES IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS, 43(3), 239-315 [10.1016/j.aam.2009.02.003].

### Algebraic properties of Manin matrices 1

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We study a class of matrices with noncommutative entries, which were first considered by Yu. I. Manin in 1988 in relation with quantum group theory. They are defined as "noncommutative endomorphisms" of a polynomial algebra. More explicitly their defining conditions read: 1) elements in the same column commute; 2) commutators of the cross terms are equal: \$[M_{ij}, M_{kl}] = [M_{kj}, M_{il}]\$ (e.g. \$[M_{11},M_{22}] = [M_{21},M_{12}]\$). The basic claim is that despite noncommutativity many theorems of linear algebra hold true for Manin matrices in a form identical to that of the commutative case. Moreover in some examples the converse is also true. The present paper gives a complete list and detailed proofs of algebraic properties of Manin matrices known up to the moment; many of them are new. In particular we present the formulation in terms of matrix (Leningrad) notations; provide complete proofs that an inverse to a M.m. is again a M.m. and for the Schur formula for the determinant of a block matrix; we generalize the noncommutative Cauchy-Binet formulas discovered recently [arXiv:0809.3516], which includes the classical Capelli and related identities. We also discuss many other properties, such as the Cramer formula for the inverse matrix, the Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Newton and MacMahon-Wronski identities, Plucker relations, Sylvester's theorem, the Lagrange-Desnanot-Lewis Caroll formula, the Weinstein-Aronszajn formula, some multiplicativity properties for the determinant, relations with quasideterminants, calculation of the determinant via Gauss decomposition, conjugation to the second normal (Frobenius) form, and so on and so forth. We refer to [arXiv:0711.2236] for some applications.
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Determinant; Noncommutative determinant; Quasidetermininat; Permanent; Capelli identity; Turnbull identity; Representation theory; Quantum group; Right-quantum matrix; Cartier–Foata matrix; Manin matrix; Jacobi ratio theorem; MacMahon master theorem; Newton identities; Cayley–Hamilton theorem; Cramer's rule; Schur complement; Dodgson's condensation algorithm; Plucker coordinates
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Chervov, A., Falqui, G., & Rubtsov, V. (2009). Algebraic properties of Manin matrices 1. ADVANCES IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS, 43(3), 239-315 [10.1016/j.aam.2009.02.003].
Chervov, A; Falqui, G; Rubtsov, V
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