[Numpy-discussion] dot function or dot notation, matrices, arrays?
Fri Dec 18 17:40:56 CST 2009
Well, they aren't quite the same. If a is the length of A, and b is the
length of B, then a*b = A dot B* cos (theta). I'm still not familiar
enough with numpy or math to know if there's some function that will
produce a from A. It's easy enough to do, a = A(0)**2 + ..., but I would
like to think it's a common enough need that there would be something
available like sumsq().
Keith Goodman wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Wayne Watson
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Is there a scalar product in numpy?
> Isn't that the same thing as a dot product? np.dot doesn't do what you want?
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