# Counter Example: The Algorithm of Determinant of Centrosymmteric Matrix based on Lower Hessenberg Form

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The algorithm for computing determinant of centrosymmetric matrix has been evaluated before. This algorithm shows the efficient computational determinant process on centrosymmetric matrix by working on block matrix only. One of block matrix at centrosymmetric matrix appearing on this algorithm is lower Hessenberg form. However, the other block matrices may possibly appear as block matrix for centrosymmetric matrix’s determinant. Therefore, this study is aimed to show the possible block matrices at centrosymmetric matrix and how the algorithm solve the centrosymmetric matrix’s determinant. Some numerical examples for different cases of block matrices on determinant of centrosymmetric matrix are given also. These examples are useful for more understanding for applying the algorithm with different cases.

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*Jurnal Matematika MANTIK*,

*6*(1), 20-29. https://doi.org/10.15642/mantik.2020.6.1.20-29

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