padraig condon on Tue, 12 Jun 2012 13:58:08 +0200
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- Subject: matrix kernels
- From: padraig condon <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 12:57:56 +0100
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I'm working large matrices with one variable.
When i use the matker function to return a kernel, it always ensures the final entry is equal to 1, so that i get quotient polynomials for the other entries.
This is proving extremely difficult to work with, and i have no idea what factors have been cancelled.
Is there anyway to prevent the matker function from acting in this manner, so that i'm not dealing with quotient polynomials?
thanking you in advance,