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maxima on sagecloud

asked 2014-11-23 04:07:56 -0600

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updated 2015-01-17 10:48:56 -0600

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Hello, i cannot run this maxima program on sage cloud. Someone has an explanation? indentation? or sagecloud doesn't support long program? Thanks for answer. Dominique

%default_mode maxima
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RedGauss(A,variable):=block([q,var,listeD,listeQ,i,a,l,D],
                            quad:expand(transpose(variable).A.variable),
                            q:quad,var:variable,listeD:[],listeQ:[],D:zeromatrix(length(A),length(A)),
                            while var#[] do (
                            a:diff(q,var[1],2)/2,l:subst(0,var[1],diff(q,var[1])),
    if a=0 and l=0 then var:rest(var)
    elseif a#0 then (
                   listeD:append(listeD,[a]),listeQ:append(listeQ,[var[1]+l/(2*a)=0]),
                   q:subst(0,var[1],q)-l^2/(4*a),var:rest(var))
    else (
        i:2,while subst(0,var[i],diff(l,var[i]))=0 do i:i+1,
        a:diff(q,var[i],2)/2,
        if a#0 then (
        listeD:append(liste,[a]),listeQ:append(listeQ,[var[i]+l/(2*a)=0]),q:subst(0,var[i],q)-l^2/(4*a),
        var:append(rest(var,i-1-length(var)),rest(var,i)))
    else (
        a:diff(q,var[1],1,var[i],1),
        l1:subst([var[1]=0,var[i]=0],diff(q,var[1])),li:subst([var[1]=0,var[i]=0],diff(q,var[i])),
        listeD:append(listeD,[a/4,-a/4]),
        listeQ:append(listeQ,[var[1]+var[i]+(l1+li)/a=0,var[1]-var[i]+(li-l1)/a=0]),
        q:subst([var[1]=0,var[i]=0],q)-l1*li/a,
        var:append(rest(rest(var,i-1-length(var))),rest(var,i))))),
    for k:1 thru length(listeD) do D[k,k]:listeD[k],
            return([D,transpose(coefmatrix(listeQ,variable))]))$

︡51a26d2e-89a4-444b-a29f-f7e6f46d4008︡{"stderr":"Error in lines 1-1\n"}︡{"stderr":"Traceback (most recent call last):\n  File \"/projects/ef4515d3-97a4-4ff1-a9ed-7538488a8b36/.sagemathcloud/sage_server.py\", line 865, in execute\n    exec compile(block+'\\n', '', 'single') in namespace, locals\n  File \"\", line 1, in <module>\n  File \"/projects/ef4515d3-97a4-4ff1-a9ed-7538488a8b36/.sagemathcloud/sage_server.py\", line 900, in execute_with_code_decorators\n    print code_decorator.eval(code, locals=self.namespace),\n  File \"/usr/local/sage/sage-6.4/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/sage/interfaces/expect.py\", line 1220, in eval\n    return self._eval_line_using_file(code)\n  File \"/usr/local/sage/sage-6.4/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/sage/interfaces/expect.py\", line 724, in _eval_line_using_file\n    if \"Input/output error\" in msg[0]: # This occurs on non-linux machines\nIndexError: tuple index out of range\n"}︡
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There is something about "tuple index out of range", does this mean you should replace "1 thru length(listeD)" by "0 thru Length(listeD)-1" or something similar?

slelievre gravatar imageslelievre ( 2014-11-24 02:23:42 -0600 )edit

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answered 2014-11-24 08:49:45 -0600

William Stein gravatar image

This is a general problem with Sage, which isn't specific to SageMathCloud. I'm surprised nobody noticed this before. Anyways, the problem is really that

sage: maxima._read_in_file_command('x')
...
NotImplementedError:

What is happening is that nobody implemented the _read_in_file_command function in Sage for the maxima interface, since I guess nobody hit this or none of us know how to read a file in (for evaluation) in Maxima. If that function were implemented, things would just work.

The reason that things work fine for smaller input is that the maxima interface doesn't use a file for smaller input.

This is an old bug in Sage. It's probably related to this: http://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/1660

I opened http://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/17388 for this bug.

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And to answer your original question. You can run your program on SageMathCloud, but you have to do it in a more traditional way. (1) Create a terminal and open it. (2) type "maxima" in the terminal, (3) paste in your code.

You can also create a file then read it into the maxima program started from the terminal somehow (not sure how).

William Stein gravatar imageWilliam Stein ( 2014-11-24 08:51:09 -0600 )edit

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