Samuel GOUGEON |
Hello, In the sysdiag() page, it is stated that sparse() can be used to build a block-diagonal matrix:"Beside this function, you can also use sparse() primitive to build a block
diagonal sparse matrix."But i did not find any description nor example of such a feature in the sparse() page. I have quickly tried some "exotic" syntaxes, without result. Does anyone know if this feature actually exists, and if so what's its syntax? I know that sysdiag() works also
with sparse objects.
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Chin Luh Tan |
Hi, from the first glance on the documentation you show: "Beside this function, you can also use sparse() primitive to build a block diagonal sparse matrix." it sound to me that this statement said the sparse could be used to create block diagonal matrix with the similar inputs to sysdiag. But after a trying to stare at it again... I think it might mean: " to convert the block diagonal matrix to block diagonal sparse matrix " which likely is the one shown in the example:
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Samuel GOUGEON |
Le 26/11/2019 à 03:43, Chin Luh Tan a
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Chin Luh, You are right. _______________________________________________ users mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.scilab.org/mailman/listinfo/users |
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