I have following question:

There is a matrix $\displaystyle A$. A matrix $\displaystyle B$ obtained as a product of $\displaystyle A^T$ and $\displaystyle A$ is called gramian matrix.

So, how could I describe matrix $\displaystyle C$ obtained in similar way but as a Kronecker product, so that $\displaystyle C=$$\displaystyle A^T$$\displaystyle \otimes $$\displaystyle A$?

Is there such type of matrix in use? (I need it in some of my calculations and I don't know how I should call it).

Thanks for all help