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how can i define a matrix product like a summation

asked 2017-08-02 23:43:33 -0500

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first, my mother tongue is not English but I try it, my problem is that if I define a symbolic matrix V such that,

var('V_11,V_12,V_13,V_21,V_22,V_23,V_31,V_32,V_33')

V = matrix(SR,3,3,[V_11,V_12,V_13,V_21,V_22,V_23,V_31,V_32,V_33])

and then I define

P = [V[a,k]*V[b,k]*V[a,j]*V[b,j] for k in [0,1,2] for j in  [0,1,2]]

But if I evaluate, for example

P(a=0,b=1)

but the code is not work can someone help me?

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answered 2017-08-03 03:14:24 -0500

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maybe this is what you want to do?

sage: var('V_11,V_12,V_13,V_21,V_22,V_23,V_31,V_32,V_33');
sage: V = matrix(SR,3,3,[V_11,V_12,V_13,V_21,V_22,V_23,V_31,V_32,V_33])
sage: P = lambda a, b : [V[a,k]*V[b,k]*V[a,j]*V[b,j] for k in [0,1,2] for j in  [0,1,2]]
sage: P(a=0, b=1)

[V_11^2*V_21^2,
 V_11*V_12*V_21*V_22,
 V_11*V_13*V_21*V_23,
 V_11*V_12*V_21*V_22,
 V_12^2*V_22^2,
 V_12*V_13*V_22*V_23,
 V_11*V_13*V_21*V_23,
 V_12*V_13*V_22*V_23,
 V_13^2*V_23^2]
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Thank you so much this is exactly i want

moiseszeleny gravatar imagemoiseszeleny ( 2017-08-03 12:21:25 -0500 )edit

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