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“…The above equality is known as the absorption law of invertible elements. In general, the absorption law does not hold for generalized inverses (see [9,10]). In this section, the absorption laws for the hybrid (b, c)-inverse are obtained.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The above equality is known as the absorption law of invertible elements. In general, the absorption law does not hold for generalized inverses (see [9,10]). In this section, the absorption laws for the hybrid (b, c)-inverse are obtained.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The equality (2.1) is known as the absorption law of invertible elements. In general, the absorption law does not hold for generalized inverses, for example, [11,15]. In this section, the absorption laws for one-sided (b, c)-inverses are obtained.…”

confidence: 99%

“…In general, the absorption laws for group inverses, Drazin inverses, Moore-Penrose inverses, {1,3}-inverses and {1,4}-inverses do not hold. So, many papers [1,3,6] devoted to the study of these aspects.…”

confidence: 99%