[Numpy-discussion] Fast vector multiplication

Mark Janikas mjanikas at esri.com
Fri Jan 19 17:04:52 CST 2007


Doh!!!  Nice call.  Thanks for the input.

 

MJ

 

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On 1/19/07, Mark Janikas <mjanikas at esri.com> wrote:

Hello all,

 

I am trying to figure out the most efficient way to get the sum of the
product of two vectors where id != id.

 

E.g.:

 

X = array([1,2,3])

Y = array([1,2,3])

 

Z = (1*2) + (1*3) + (2*1) + (2*3) + (3*1) + (3*2) = 22

 

I could obviously do this with loops, but I was wondering if there is a
version of multiply that could be used... or a form of vectorize.  Any
ideas would be greatly appreciated. 


Isn't this just equivalent to:

sum(X) * sum(Y) - dot(X, Y)

?

If so, I would just use that.

 


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