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2022-02-08 18:08:12 +0200 | commented answer | How to construct a matrix space ? Thank you for your answer ! By chance, do you know how can I "reverse" .lift() ? When I create a matrix and try to check |

2022-02-08 18:05:44 +0200 | marked best answer | How to construct a matrix space ? I know we can create a matrix space using "MatrixSpace" but I am looking to create a specific space. I tried : The program show me : And when I take a random element of SubM( with I thought the problem came from my generator so I tried with :
But I have the same result. Do you know what I am doing wrong ? I also need to do a XOR between matrix space, do you think it is possible ? How ? Thanks you for your time :D |

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2022-02-08 18:05:40 +0200 | commented question | How to construct a matrix space ? it is not really explained but I guess that it is a matrix space which have as element the xor of elements of 2 matrix s |

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