A dominance matrix is a binary matrix which has individuals listed along the rows and columns. A 1 element indicates the individual corresponding to the row is “dominant to” or “beat” the individual corresponding to the column. A 0 element indicates this is not the case.
This type of matrix is useful when modelling systems such as round robin competitions, where multiple people play against each other in rounds, with each round producing a winner.
This type of matrix is also known as a one-step dominance matrix.
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