zcl man page
zcl — clean matrix
zcl [Options] <Subsp> <Mat> <CleanedMat> <Ops>
This program "cleans" Mat with Subsp, i.e., it adds suitable linear combinations of rows of Subsp to each row of Mat such that all pivot columns in the result are zero. It writes two matrices to CleanedMat and Ops such that Mat = Ops·Subsp + CleanedMat. If Subsp is not in echelon form, it is first reduced to echelon form, and the previous equation holds for the reduced Matrix. Subsp and Mat must be over the same field and have the same number of columns.
One use of this program is to calculate the action of a generator on an invariant subspace: Take the subspace in echelon form (as it is on output from zsp(1)), and multiply it by a generator. Cleaning the result with the original basis yields a zero matrix, and RowOps is the action of the generator on the invariant subspace. For example, if subsp is the subspace and gen is the generator,
# zmu subsp gen image
# zcl subsp image null gen_s
calculates the action on the subspace in gen_s.
The action on the quotient of a given subspace can be calculated with the zqt program.
Quiet, no messages.
Verbose, more messages.
- -T <MaxTime>
Set CPU time limit
The subspace is loaded into memory and, if necessary, reduced to echelon form. The second matrix, is then processed a row at a time. Row operations are performed to clear out the pivot points of the input row using the rows of the first input matrix. A row describing what was done is written out to Ops, and the remnant (clean) row is output to CleanedMat.
The subspace to clean with.
The matrix to be cleaned.
The cleaned matrix.
Row operations that were performed.