[R] complex solve?
yudi@hermes.ucd.ie
yudi at hermes.ucd.ie
Tue Feb 16 09:24:06 CET 1999
> Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 10:05:12 +1100 (EST)
> From: John.Peters at tip.csiro.au (John Peters)
> Subject: [R] complex solve?
> As an electrical engineer, I am devastated to find "solve" will not find
> the inverse of a complex matrix (using rw0632b). Is there any workaround
> or hope?
Yes. A complex matrix C= A+Bi is isomorphic (w.r.t. multiplication)
to a real matrix R defined as
R = A -B
B A
(Note the minus sign on the NE side). To solve(C) you can solve(R) and
get the appropriate sections. Ref: N.R. Goodman(1963) Ann. Math. Stat.
152-177.
-Yudi-
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Yudi Pawitan: yudi at ucd.ie
Department of Statistics, UCD
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