Function

sparse_permute_rows_double(_:_:)

Permutes the rows of the double-precision sparse matrix A based on the provided permutation array.

Declaration

func sparse_permute_rows_double(_ A: sparse_matrix_double!, _ perm: UnsafePointer<sparse_index>!) -> sparse_status

Parameters

A

The sparse matrix, A.

perm

The permutation array. Holds number of rows in A values indicating the permutation of the matrix. The indices in perm are expected to be 0 based (first element of pointer is ptr[0]). The indices in perm are expected to be within bounds of the matrix. Undefined behavior if not met.

Return Value

On successful return, A has been permuted and SPARSE_SUCCESS is returned.

Discussion

Permute the rows of the sparse matrix A based on the provided permutation array. For each row in A, swap rows as:

 tmp[:] = A[i,:];
 A[i,:] = A[perm[i],:];
 A[perm[i],:] = tmp[:];

See Also

Matrix-Vector Operations

func sparse_matrix_vector_product_dense_double(CBLAS_TRANSPOSE, Double, sparse_matrix_double!, UnsafePointer<Double>!, sparse_stride, UnsafeMutablePointer<Double>!, sparse_stride) -> sparse_status

Multiplies the dense vector x by the sparse matrix A and adds the result to the dense vector y, with all operands containing double-precision values.

func sparse_matrix_vector_product_dense_float(CBLAS_TRANSPOSE, Float, sparse_matrix_float!, UnsafePointer<Float>!, sparse_stride, UnsafeMutablePointer<Float>!, sparse_stride) -> sparse_status

Multiplies the dense vector x by the sparse matrix A and adds the result to the dense vector y, with all operands containing single-precision values.

func sparse_vector_triangular_solve_dense_double(CBLAS_TRANSPOSE, Double, sparse_matrix_double!, UnsafeMutablePointer<Double>!, sparse_stride) -> sparse_status

Solves the system of equations x = alpha * T⁻¹ * x for x where x is a dense vector and T is a triangular sparse matrix, with all operands containing double-precision values.

func sparse_vector_triangular_solve_dense_float(CBLAS_TRANSPOSE, Float, sparse_matrix_float!, UnsafeMutablePointer<Float>!, sparse_stride) -> sparse_status

Solves the system of equations x = alpha * T⁻¹ * x for x where x is a dense vector and T is a triangular sparse matrix, with all operands containing single-precision values.

func sparse_permute_rows_float(sparse_matrix_float!, UnsafePointer<sparse_index>!) -> sparse_status

Permutes the rows of the single-precision sparse matrix A based on the provided permutation array.

func sparse_permute_cols_double(sparse_matrix_double!, UnsafePointer<sparse_index>!) -> sparse_status

Permutes the columns of the double-precision sparse matrix A based on the provided permutation array.

func sparse_permute_cols_float(sparse_matrix_float!, UnsafePointer<sparse_index>!) -> sparse_status

Permutes the columns of the single-precision sparse matrix A based on the provided permutation array.

func sparse_elementwise_norm_double(sparse_matrix_double!, sparse_norm) -> Double

Computes the specified element-wise norm of the double-precision sparse matrix A.

func sparse_elementwise_norm_float(sparse_matrix_float!, sparse_norm) -> Float

Computes the specified element-wise norm of the single-precision sparse matrix A.

func sparse_operator_norm_double(sparse_matrix_double!, sparse_norm) -> Double

Computes the specified operator norm of the double-precision sparse matrix A.

func sparse_operator_norm_float(sparse_matrix_float!, sparse_norm) -> Float

Computes the specified operator norm of the single-precision sparse matrix A.

func sparse_matrix_trace_double(sparse_matrix_double!, sparse_index) -> Double

Computes the sum along the specified diagonal of the double-precision sparse matrix A.

func sparse_matrix_trace_float(sparse_matrix_float!, sparse_index) -> Float

Computes the sum along the specified diagonal of the single-precision sparse matrix A.

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