Definition of the lineal algebra routines used in the CuikSuite.
Simple 2D/3D operations are defined in geom.c
Basic vector/matrix operations are defined in basic_algebra.c
Here we define high level linear algebra routines. These are the only routines if we ever change the support linear algebra library (right now GSL is used).
Definition in file algebra.c.

unsigned int  AnalyzeKernel (unsigned int nr, unsigned int nc, double *mT, unsigned int dof, double epsilon, boolean computeRank, boolean checkRank, boolean getT, boolean getBase, boolean *singular, unsigned int *rank, boolean **IR, double **T) 
 Analyzes the kernel of a matrix. More...


unsigned int  FindRank (double epsilon, unsigned int nr, unsigned int nc, double *mT) 
 Determines the rowrank of a matrix. More...


unsigned int  FindKernel (unsigned int nr, unsigned int nc, double *mT, unsigned int dof, boolean check, double epsilon, double **T) 
 Computes the kernel of a matrix. More...


unsigned int  FindKernelAndIndependentRows (unsigned int nr, unsigned int nc, double *mT, unsigned int dof, double epsilon, boolean *singular, boolean **IR, double **T) 
 Computes the kernel of a matrix and determines the independent rows of this matrix. More...


double *  GetNewtonMatrixBuffer (TNewton *n) 
 Buffer to store the Newton matrix. More...


double *  GetNewtonRHBuffer (TNewton *n) 
 Buffer to store the Newton right hand. More...


void  NewtonSetMatrix (unsigned int i, unsigned int j, double v, TNewton *n) 
 Defines the matrix being used in a Newton step. More...


void  NewtonSetRH (unsigned int i, double v, TNewton *n) 
 Defines the vector being used in a Newton step. More...


double *  GetLSMatrixBuffer (TLinearSystem *ls) 
 Buffer to store the A matrix. More...


double *  GetLSRHBuffer (TLinearSystem *ls) 
 Buffer to store the linear system right hand (RH). More...


double *  GetLSSolutionBuffer (TLinearSystem *ls) 
 Buffer to store the linear system solution. More...


void  LSSetMatrix (unsigned int i, unsigned int j, double v, TLinearSystem *ls) 
 Defines the matrix being used in a linear system. More...


void  LSSetRH (unsigned int i, double v, TLinearSystem *ls) 
 Defines the vector being used in a linear system. More...


unsigned int AnalyzeKernel 
( 
unsigned int 
nr, 


unsigned int 
nc, 


double * 
mT, 


unsigned int 
dof, 


double 
epsilon, 


boolean 
computeRank, 


boolean 
checkRank, 


boolean 
getT, 


boolean 
getBase, 


boolean * 
singular, 


unsigned int * 
rank, 


boolean ** 
IR, 


double ** 
T 

) 
 
Analyzes the kernel of a matrix and extract different information, as requested by the caller. This function for many purposes
 Parameters

nr  Number of rows of the matrix (no transposed). 
nc  Number of columns of the matrix (no transposed). 
mT  The TRANSPOSED matrix stored as a vector. 
dof  Expected dimension of the kernel. Can be zero if the getRank is TRUE. 
epsilon  Values below epsilon are taken as zero. 
computeRank  If the rank has to be computed from the kernel analysis. Otherwise the information provided by 'dof' is taken as good. 
checkRank  TRUE if an error has to be triggered if the rank is different from the expected one. This only has effect if computeRank is FALSE. 
getT  TRUE if we have to return a basis of the kernel. 
getBase  TRUE if we have to return a basis of the input matrix (selected rows). 
singular  TRUE if the matrix is singular (has more null eigen values than the expected ones). Output. 
rank  Rank of the input matrix. Computed in this function if computeRank is TRUE. Otherwise it is just deduced relying on the 'dof' parameter. 
IR  The set of independent rows as a boolean vector with as many entriees as rows in the input matrix and TRUE for the independent rows. The space for this vector is allocated here but must be deallocated externally. If the matrix is singular this contains the most likely basis of the matrix (up to the numerical accuracy). Caution must be taken to use this output in this case. This is only allocated if getBase is TRUE. 
T  The output kernel. This is a (nc x dof) matrix (stored as a vector). The space for this matrix is allocated in this function but must be deallocated externally. Only allocated if getT is TRUE. 
 Returns
 0 if all the operations are correct, 1 if the kernel is larger than expected, 2 if it is smaller than expected, 3 if there is an error in the QR decomposition.
Referenced by FindKernel(), FindKernelAndIndependentRows(), and FindRank().
unsigned int FindRank 
( 
double 
epsilon, 


unsigned int 
nr, 


unsigned int 
nc, 


double * 
mT 

) 
 
Determines the rank of a matrix, i.e. the dimension of the space spanned by the rows/column of the matrix.
For a given problem, the number of variables minus the rank of the Jacobian gives the dimensionality of the solution space, assuming that the Jacobian is evaluated in a regular point. The dimensionality of the solution space is the same as that of its tangent space.
 Parameters

epsilon  Numerical accuracy. 
nr  Number of rows of the matrix (no transposed). 
nc  Number of colimns of teh matrix (no transposed). 
mT  The TRANSPOSED matrix. 
 Returns
 The rank of the matrix. NO_UINT if the rank can not be computed.
Definition at line 1084 of file algebra.c.
References AnalyzeKernel(), FALSE, and TRUE.
Referenced by InitAtlasFromPoint().
unsigned int FindKernel 
( 
unsigned int 
nr, 


unsigned int 
nc, 


double * 
mT, 


unsigned int 
dof, 


boolean 
check, 


double 
epsilon, 


double ** 
T 

) 
 
Defines a basis of the null space of a matrix.
 Parameters

nr  Number of rows of the matrix (no transposed). 
nc  Numbe of columns of the matrix (no transposed). 
mT  The TRANSPOSED matrix stored as a vector. 
dof  Expected dimension of the kernel. 
check  If TRUE the function introduces some consistancy checks (whether the kernel dimensionality is larger or smaller than the expected one). 
epsilon  Values below epsilon are taken as zero. 
T  The output kernel. This is a (nc x dof) matrix (stored as a vector). The space for this matrix is allocated in this function but must be deallocated externally. 
 Returns
 0 if all the operations are correct, 1 if there the kernel is too large (i.e., the given point is singular), 2 if the chart could not be defined since the kernel is too small at the given point, and 3 if there is an error while performing QR decomposition. These outputs come directly from AnalyzeKernel.
Definition at line 1098 of file algebra.c.
References AnalyzeKernel(), FALSE, and TRUE.
Referenced by FindRightNullVector(), and RefineSingularPoint().
unsigned int FindKernelAndIndependentRows 
( 
unsigned int 
nr, 


unsigned int 
nc, 


double * 
mT, 


unsigned int 
dof, 


double 
epsilon, 


boolean * 
singular, 


boolean ** 
IR, 


double ** 
T 

) 
 
Defines a basis of the null space of a matrix and determines a subset of the rows of the matrix that are independent.
This is useful because in our case most (all?) the matrices have redundancy (i.e., rows that are linearly dependent on other rows). However, for some purposes we need to determine a subset of the rows that are linearly independent.
 Parameters

nr  Number of rows of the matrix (no transposed). 
nc  Numbe of columns of the matrix (no transposed). 
mT  The TRANSPOSED matrix stored as a vector. 
dof  Expected dimension of the kernel. If zero, the function tries to determine the rank automatically. 
epsilon  Values below epsilon are taken as zero. 
singular  TRUE if the matrix is singular (has more null eigen values than the expected ones). Output. 
IR  The set of independent rows as a boolean vector with as many entriees as rows in the input matrix and TRUE for the independent rows. The space for this vector is allocated here but must be deallocated externally. If the matrix is singular this contains the most likely basis of the matrix (up to the numerical accuracy). Caution must be taken to use this output in this case. 
T  The output kernel. This is a (nc x dof) matrix (stored as a vector). The space for this matrix is allocated in this function but must be deallocated externally. 
 Returns
 0 if all the operations are correct, 1 if there the kernel is too large (i.e., the given point is singular), 2 if the chart could not be defined since the kernel is too small at the given point, and 3 if there is an error while performing QR decomposition. These outputs come directly from AnalyzeKernel.
Definition at line 1112 of file algebra.c.
References AnalyzeKernel(), FALSE, and TRUE.
Referenced by ComputeJacobianKernelBasis().
double* GetNewtonMatrixBuffer 
( 
TNewton * 
n  ) 


inline 
double* GetNewtonRHBuffer 
( 
TNewton * 
n  ) 


inline 
void NewtonSetMatrix 
( 
unsigned int 
i, 


unsigned int 
j, 


double 
v, 


TNewton * 
n 

) 
 

inline 
Sets one element of the matrix to be used in one Newton step. This matrix is typically initilized externally, but here we provide a mehtod to set it.
 Parameters

i  The row. 
j  The column. 
v  The new value. 
n  The Newton structure to set. 
Definition at line 1136 of file algebra.c.
References RC2INDEX.
Referenced by CuikNewtonInBox().
void NewtonSetRH 
( 
unsigned int 
i, 


double 
v, 


TNewton * 
n 

) 
 

inline 
Sets one element of the vector to be used in one Newton step. This vector is typically initilized externally, but here we provide a mehtod to set it.
 Parameters

i  The index in the vector. 
v  The new value. 
n  The Newton structure to set. 
Definition at line 1141 of file algebra.c.
Referenced by CuikNewtonInBox().
double* GetLSMatrixBuffer 
( 
TLinearSystem * 
ls  ) 


inline 
Buffer to store the A matrix.
This buffer must be accessed using the RC2INDEX macro since the matrix can be stored row major or column major depending on the underlying lineal algebra library being used.
 Parameters

ls  The linear system structure. 
 Returns
 A pointer to the buffer where to store the matrix.
Definition at line 1146 of file algebra.c.
Referenced by Chart2Manifold().
double* GetLSRHBuffer 
( 
TLinearSystem * 
ls  ) 


inline 
Buffer to store the linear sytem RH.
 Parameters

ls  The linear system structure. 
 Returns
 A pointer to the buffer where to store the RH.
Definition at line 1151 of file algebra.c.
Referenced by Chart2Manifold().
double* GetLSSolutionBuffer 
( 
TLinearSystem * 
ls  ) 


inline 
Buffer to store the linear sytem solution.
 Parameters

ls  The linear system structure. 
 Returns
 A pointer to the buffer where to store the RH.
Definition at line 1156 of file algebra.c.
Referenced by Chart2Manifold().
void LSSetMatrix 
( 
unsigned int 
i, 


unsigned int 
j, 


double 
v, 


TLinearSystem * 
ls 

) 
 

inline 
Sets one element of the matrix to be used in a linear system.
 Parameters

i  The row. 
j  The column. 
v  The new value. 
ls  The linear system structure. 
Definition at line 1161 of file algebra.c.
References RC2INDEX.
void LSSetRH 
( 
unsigned int 
i, 


double 
v, 


TLinearSystem * 
ls 

) 
 

inline 
Sets one element of the right hand vector of a linear system.
 Parameters

i  The index in the vector. 
v  The new value. 
ls  The linear system structure. 
Definition at line 1166 of file algebra.c.

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