[1][0] refers to the matrix element located in the second column (1) at its top (0).

**Note:**- Homogeneous matrices can be interpreted as block matrices.

**See also:**- Ceylan users guide for more details.

**Note:**- Beware of counter-intuitive operator priorities.
The operations on homogeneous matrices take into account the fact that their bottom row is filled with zeroes but the last element, which is equal to one: they optimize computations using that hypothesis, that should be always enforced. Otherwise computations would be erroneous.

All matrix operations could be redefined so that for homogeneous matrices there would be no need to store their bottom row, since it is always made of zeroes and of one one.

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