From: Karl Meerbergen (Karl.Meerbergen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-04 03:30:47
Marchesi Mauro wrote:
>On Friday 01 June 2007 17:15, Gunter Winkler wrote:
>>If you are looking for solutions to over/underdetermined systems
>>you have to solve an auxiliary problem that has a unique solution.
>>[...] both can be done by using a QR decomposition and solving the
>>so called "normal equation" [...] QR is not included in ublas, yet
>Thank you for your answer, and for reminding me some issues about
>numerical linear algebra.
>However, maybe I didn't asked my question clearly: is there a way of
>solving an underdetermined system *by using the uBLAS library*?
>Thank you in advance,
>ublas mailing list
You can solve such problem by using the LAPACK routine DGELS. The
easiest solution probably is using the boost/numeric/bindings/traits and
boost/numeric/bindigs/lapack from boost-sandbox. Unfortunately,
currently there is no binding for DGELS, ZGELS. Did someone write a
binding for these functions?