# Matrix-valued functions

I'm looking for a good way to define matrix valued functions.

A function defined as (x1,x2...xn) -----> M(x1,x2....xn), where M is a mxm matrix.

Thanks.

Matrix-valued functions

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2012-10-24 01:50:16 -0500
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I'm looking for a good way to define matrix valued functions.

A function defined as (x1,x2...xn) -----> M(x1,x2....xn), where M is a mxm matrix.

Thanks.

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2012-10-24 04:55:20 -0500
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Why not this way?

```
sage: def f(x,y):
....: return matrix([[x,y],[x^2,y^2]])
....:
sage: f(1,2)
[1 2]
[1 4]
```

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