[Numpy-discussion] Question on LinAlg Inverse Algorithm
Christopher Jordan-Squire
cjordan1@uw....
Tue Aug 30 17:56:55 CDT 2011
Can you give an example matrix? I'm not a numerical linear algebra
expert, but I suspect that if your matrix is singular (or nearly so,
in floating point) then any inverse given will look pretty wonky. Huge
determinant, eigenvalues, operator norm, etc..
-Chris JS
On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 5:48 PM, Mark Janikas <mjanikas@esri.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
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> Last week I posted a question involving the identification of linear
> dependent columns of a matrix… but now I am finding an interesting result
> based on the linalg.inv() function… sometime I am able to invert a matrix
> that has linear dependent columns and other times I get the LinAlgError()…
> this suggests that there is some kind of random component to the INV
> method. Is this normal? Thanks much ahead of time,
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