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Java example source code file (RRQRDecomposition.java)

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package org.apache.commons.math3.linear;

import org.apache.commons.math3.util.FastMath;


/**
 * Calculates the rank-revealing QR-decomposition of a matrix, with column pivoting.
 * <p>The rank-revealing QR-decomposition of a matrix A consists of three matrices Q,
 * R and P such that AP=QR.  Q is orthogonal (Q<sup>TQ = I), and R is upper triangular.
 * If A is m×n, Q is m×m and R is m×n and P is n×n.</p>
 * <p>QR decomposition with column pivoting produces a rank-revealing QR
 * decomposition and the {@link #getRank(double)} method may be used to return the rank of the
 * input matrix A.</p>
 * <p>This class compute the decomposition using Householder reflectors.

* <p>For efficiency purposes, the decomposition in packed form is transposed. * This allows inner loop to iterate inside rows, which is much more cache-efficient * in Java.</p> * <p>This class is based on the class with similar name from the * <a href="http://math.nist.gov/javanumerics/jama/">JAMA library, with the * following changes:</p> * <ul> * <li>a {@link #getQT() getQT} method has been added, * <li>the {@code solve} and {@code isFullRank} methods have been replaced * by a {@link #getSolver() getSolver} method and the equivalent methods * provided by the returned {@link DecompositionSolver}.</li> * </ul> * * @see <a href="http://mathworld.wolfram.com/QRDecomposition.html">MathWorld * @see <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_decomposition">Wikipedia * * @since 3.2 */ public class RRQRDecomposition extends QRDecomposition { /** An array to record the column pivoting for later creation of P. */ private int[] p; /** Cached value of P. */ private RealMatrix cachedP; /** * Calculates the QR-decomposition of the given matrix. * The singularity threshold defaults to zero. * * @param matrix The matrix to decompose. * * @see #RRQRDecomposition(RealMatrix, double) */ public RRQRDecomposition(RealMatrix matrix) { this(matrix, 0d); } /** * Calculates the QR-decomposition of the given matrix. * * @param matrix The matrix to decompose. * @param threshold Singularity threshold. * @see #RRQRDecomposition(RealMatrix) */ public RRQRDecomposition(RealMatrix matrix, double threshold) { super(matrix, threshold); } /** Decompose matrix. * @param qrt transposed matrix */ @Override protected void decompose(double[][] qrt) { p = new int[qrt.length]; for (int i = 0; i < p.length; i++) { p[i] = i; } super.decompose(qrt); } /** Perform Householder reflection for a minor A(minor, minor) of A. * @param minor minor index * @param qrt transposed matrix */ @Override protected void performHouseholderReflection(int minor, double[][] qrt) { double l2NormSquaredMax = 0; // Find the unreduced column with the greatest L2-Norm int l2NormSquaredMaxIndex = minor; for (int i = minor; i < qrt.length; i++) { double l2NormSquared = 0; for (int j = 0; j < qrt[i].length; j++) { l2NormSquared += qrt[i][j] * qrt[i][j]; } if (l2NormSquared > l2NormSquaredMax) { l2NormSquaredMax = l2NormSquared; l2NormSquaredMaxIndex = i; } } // swap the current column with that with the greated L2-Norm and record in p if (l2NormSquaredMaxIndex != minor) { double[] tmp1 = qrt[minor]; qrt[minor] = qrt[l2NormSquaredMaxIndex]; qrt[l2NormSquaredMaxIndex] = tmp1; int tmp2 = p[minor]; p[minor] = p[l2NormSquaredMaxIndex]; p[l2NormSquaredMaxIndex] = tmp2; } super.performHouseholderReflection(minor, qrt); } /** * Returns the pivot matrix, P, used in the QR Decomposition of matrix A such that AP = QR. * * If no pivoting is used in this decomposition then P is equal to the identity matrix. * * @return a permutation matrix. */ public RealMatrix getP() { if (cachedP == null) { int n = p.length; cachedP = MatrixUtils.createRealMatrix(n,n); for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) { cachedP.setEntry(p[i], i, 1); } } return cachedP ; } /** * Return the effective numerical matrix rank. * <p>The effective numerical rank is the number of non-negligible * singular values.</p> * <p>This implementation looks at Frobenius norms of the sequence of * bottom right submatrices. When a large fall in norm is seen, * the rank is returned. The drop is computed as:</p> * <pre> * (thisNorm/lastNorm) * rNorm < dropThreshold * </pre> * <p> * where thisNorm is the Frobenius norm of the current submatrix, * lastNorm is the Frobenius norm of the previous submatrix, * rNorm is is the Frobenius norm of the complete matrix * </p> * * @param dropThreshold threshold triggering rank computation * @return effective numerical matrix rank */ public int getRank(final double dropThreshold) { RealMatrix r = getR(); int rows = r.getRowDimension(); int columns = r.getColumnDimension(); int rank = 1; double lastNorm = r.getFrobeniusNorm(); double rNorm = lastNorm; while (rank < FastMath.min(rows, columns)) { double thisNorm = r.getSubMatrix(rank, rows - 1, rank, columns - 1).getFrobeniusNorm(); if (thisNorm == 0 || (thisNorm / lastNorm) * rNorm < dropThreshold) { break; } lastNorm = thisNorm; rank++; } return rank; } /** * Get a solver for finding the A × X = B solution in least square sense. * <p> * Least Square sense means a solver can be computed for an overdetermined system, * (i.e. a system with more equations than unknowns, which corresponds to a tall A * matrix with more rows than columns). In any case, if the matrix is singular * within the tolerance set at {@link RRQRDecomposition#RRQRDecomposition(RealMatrix, * double) construction}, an error will be triggered when * the {@link DecompositionSolver#solve(RealVector) solve} method will be called. * </p> * @return a solver */ @Override public DecompositionSolver getSolver() { return new Solver(super.getSolver(), this.getP()); } /** Specialized solver. */ private static class Solver implements DecompositionSolver { /** Upper level solver. */ private final DecompositionSolver upper; /** A permutation matrix for the pivots used in the QR decomposition */ private RealMatrix p; /** * Build a solver from decomposed matrix. * * @param upper upper level solver. * @param p permutation matrix */ private Solver(final DecompositionSolver upper, final RealMatrix p) { this.upper = upper; this.p = p; } /** {@inheritDoc} */ public boolean isNonSingular() { return upper.isNonSingular(); } /** {@inheritDoc} */ public RealVector solve(RealVector b) { return p.operate(upper.solve(b)); } /** {@inheritDoc} */ public RealMatrix solve(RealMatrix b) { return p.multiply(upper.solve(b)); } /** * {@inheritDoc} * @throws SingularMatrixException if the decomposed matrix is singular. */ public RealMatrix getInverse() { return solve(MatrixUtils.createRealIdentityMatrix(p.getRowDimension())); } } }

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