[Numpy-discussion] polynomial package update

josef.pktd@gmai... josef.pktd@gmai...
Mon Jan 2 23:46:16 CST 2012


On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 9:44 PM, Charles R Harris
<charlesr.harris@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I've made a pull request for a  rather large update of the polynomial
> package. The new features are
>
> 1) Bug fixes
> 2) Improved documentation in the numpy reference
> 3) Preliminary support for multi-dimensional coefficient arrays
> 4) Support for NA in the fitting routines
> 5) Improved testing and test coverage
> 6) Gauss quadrature
> 7) Weight functions
> 8) (Mostly) Symmetrized companion matrices
> 9) Add cast and basis as static functions of convenience classes
> 10) Remove deprecated import from package init.py
>
> If anyone has an interest in that package, please take some time and review
> it here.

(Since I'm not setup for compiling numpy I cannot try it out. Just
some spotty reading of the code.)

The two things I'm most interested in are the 2d, 3d enhancements and
the quadrature.

What's the return of the 2d vander functions?

If I read it correctly, it's:

>>> xyn = np.array([['x^%d*y^%d'%(px,py) for py in range(5)] for px in range(3)])
>>> xyn
array([['x^0*y^0', 'x^0*y^1', 'x^0*y^2', 'x^0*y^3', 'x^0*y^4'],
       ['x^1*y^0', 'x^1*y^1', 'x^1*y^2', 'x^1*y^3', 'x^1*y^4'],
       ['x^2*y^0', 'x^2*y^1', 'x^2*y^2', 'x^2*y^3', 'x^2*y^4']],
      dtype='|S7')
>>> xyn.ravel()
array(['x^0*y^0', 'x^0*y^1', 'x^0*y^2', 'x^0*y^3', 'x^0*y^4', 'x^1*y^0',
       'x^1*y^1', 'x^1*y^2', 'x^1*y^3', 'x^1*y^4', 'x^2*y^0', 'x^2*y^1',
       'x^2*y^2', 'x^2*y^3', 'x^2*y^4'],
      dtype='|S7')

Are the normalization constants available in explicit form to get an
orthonormal basis?
The test_100 look like good recipes for getting the normalization and
the integration constants.

Are the quads weights and points the same as in scipy.special (up to
floating point differences)?

Looks very useful and I'm looking forward to trying it out, and I will
borrow some code like test_100 as recipes.
(For densities, I still need mostly orthonormal basis and integration
normalized to 1.)

Josef







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