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Subject:Matlab matrix functions
Summary:Proposal for You ...
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Author:Wojtek Jarzecki
Date:2009-12-13 21:53:21
Update:2009-12-13 22:42:37
 

 


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Picture of Wojtek Jarzecki Wojtek Jarzecki - 2009-12-13 21:53:21
Could use a set of matrix functions full compatible (name and parameters) with the matrix functions of MATLAB.

You can then implement a number of useful algorithms for the PHP language.

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AK

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Picture of Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant - 2009-12-13 22:42:37 - In reply to message 1 from Wojtek Jarzecki
In order to implement the basic functions (+, -, /, *, :, M(a,b), ^, inv, etc), one would need operators overloading in PHP, which is not implemented. Believe me I would have done it if it was availlable !

Or perhaps you have some other specific functions in mind ?

In the short run, I am still making the actual functions more performant by changing the algorithms (specially inversion and the computation of the determinant).

Thanks for the suggestion.

 
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