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2013-04-10 08:33:13 +0200 | answered a question | Matrix of vectors What I would like is to create a matrix M where M(i,j) is a vector, not just a real number! The code you gave produces a 2x2 matrix just of real numbers I believe. I want vectors to specify the entries M(i,j) of M, not the rows/columns. |

2013-04-10 08:04:16 +0200 | asked a question | Matrix of vectors Hi. Suppose that I have a collection of vectors $v_1, \ldots, v_n \in \mathbb{R}^3$ and I wish to compute all cross products $v_i \times v_j \in \mathbb{R}^3$ where $1 \leq i < j \leq n$. Is it possible to store the output in a matrix, i.e. can I form a matrix M in Sage where $M(i,j) = v_i \times v_j$? |

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2012-11-30 11:41:50 +0200 | answered a question | Dual Cells and Face Poset Thank you! Problem solved :). I think it would be helpful to do sage: K.face_poset(options...) with options including facade=True in Sage. |

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2012-11-30 05:40:37 +0200 | answered a question | Dual Cells and Face Poset This is completely the correct answer! How frustrating for me! When I try to run the example (on my Macbook Pro with Sage 5.4.1 and OS X 10.8.2) sage: X = simplicial_complexes.Simplex(2) sage: find_dual_cell(X, Simplex(X.vertices()[0])) I get the error sage: Traceback (click to the left of this block for traceback)... sage: ValueError: The face ((0,), (0, 2), (0, 1, 2)) is not a subset of the vertex set. I have created a worksheet at http://www.sagenb.org/home/pub/5038 that contains all of the above code (edit: public worksheets are currently disabled) . It still produces the same error! |

2012-11-29 05:55:37 +0200 | answered a question | Dual Cells and Face Poset Thank you for your suggestion. I only actually want to find the dual cells of vertices. I added the code "facade = True" to the existing algorithm which finds the face poset of a simplicial complex K (a warning for below- I have not done much programming before) def find_face_poset(K): I also created an algorithm to find the cofaces of a simplex $\sigma \in K$: def find_cofaces(K, sigma): and also an algorithm to find the dual cell of a vertex $\sigma$: def find_dual_cell(K, sigma): I played around with the example K = simplicial_complexes.Sphere(3) for sigma in K.n_faces(0): find_dual_cell(K, sigma) When I get Sage to print dual_cell_vertices and dual_cell_facets (instead of returning SimplicialComplex(dual_cell_vertices, dual_cell_facets)), it seems to produce a correct result. But it never produces the correct simplicial complex! It gives me Simplicial complex with vertex set (0, 1, 2, 3, 4) and 4 facets Any help would be very much appreciated! |

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2012-11-28 08:49:45 +0200 | asked a question | Dual Cells and Face Poset Hello. I would like to create a procedure in Sage to find the dual cell of a simplex $\sigma$ in a simplicial complex $K$. The dual cell $D(\sigma, K)$ of $\sigma$ is a subcomplex of the first barycentric subdivision of $K$. The vertex set is given by the barycentres of all cofaces of $\sigma$, and the simplices are joins of barycentres of the form $\widehat{\sigma_0} \widehat{\sigma_1} ... \widehat{\sigma_s}$ with $\sigma \leq \sigma_0 \leq ... \leq \sigma_s$. My plan of attack is to view K as a poset, then find the maximal increasing chains $[\sigma_0,..., \sigma_s]$ in K which satisfy $\sigma_0 = \sigma$ . These chains would then be the maximal faces of the dual cell $D(\sigma, K)$. Creating the poset and finding the maximal chains of simplices is fine. However, if I have a maximal chain $[\sigma_0,..., \sigma_s]$ a problem occurs when checking if $\sigma_0 = \sigma$ - Sage sees $\sigma_0$ as just an element of the poset and not as simplex and $\sigma$ as a simplex but not an element of the poset so the equality is never satisfied. How can I correct this? Thanks, Chris . |

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