I'm new to Python, but I can use a library to do this, right? Like this one:
import pprint import scipy import scipy.linalg # SciPy Linear Algebra Library A = scipy.array([ [7, 3, -1, 2], [3, 8, 1, -4], [-1, 1, 4, -1], [2, -4, -1, 6] ]) P, L, U = scipy.linalg.lu(A) print "A:" pprint.pprint(A) print "P:" pprint.pprint(P) print "L:" pprint.pprint(L) print "U:" pprint.pprint(U)
First of all, is this an ok way of doing it? And, how about pivoting ? Is there something that can do this for me or do I have to come up with a seperate algorithm ?
P.S. I just noticed that it dosen't even compile :( Or, I'm not doing it right. But this compiler should work.
"SyntaxError: multiple statements found while compiling a single statement".
Edited 3 Years Ago by XodoX