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mA = {{a11, a12}, {a21, a22}}; mB = {{b11, b12}, {b21, b22}}; mC = {{c11, c12}, {c21, c22}}; mD = {{d11, d12}, {d21, d22}}; v={{mA},{mB}}; w={{mC},{mD}};

What I want is a dot product between w and v:

v.w=v1*w1+v2*w2=mA.mC+mB.mD

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What I want is a summer house. here, here and here –  Sektor May 19 at 8:04
    
@Sektor Ping me when you've beer in the fridge –  belisarius May 19 at 13:56
    
@belisarius Then I am pinging you right away ! I always have beer in the fridge :D –  Sektor May 19 at 14:03
    
@Sektor I have been reading those pages before. How do you get DotProduct or . doing what I described above? Like you can check yourself w.v neither DotProduct[v,w] give the right result. Maybe you could post a code snippet? –  newandlost May 21 at 6:03
    
So, you are telling me you can't implement this specific function yourself ? With the link I provided ? That's also easily found in the documentation or here, around SE. –  Sektor May 21 at 8:41
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