[Rcpp-devel] trans() changed in latest RcppArmadillo
baptiste.auguie at googlemail.com
Tue May 31 00:01:48 CEST 2011
I was a bit optimistic yesterday; I have not yet been able to produce
a minimal example but it seems trans/strans was not the end of the
story in my code. Something else was broken with the change to
0.2.21.Thankfully the end results are very visibly wrong.
On 31 May 2011 07:02, Savitsky, Terrance <savitsky at rand.org> wrote:
> Dr. Sanderson, I've been able to verify that my issue resides in the
> inv() function (that I typically apply to small p x p matrices, where p
> = 3 - 10). In particular, the new version/algorithm induces numerical
> instability. I've not yet tested that the results of the inv()
> computation are generally accurate, only that they are not numerically
> robust in comparison to 0.2.19. I'm up against a deadline, so I
> switched back to 0.2.19, which resolves my problem, for now, but will
> provide a reproducible example when finished with my work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Conrad Sand [mailto:conradsand.rcpp at gmail.com]
> Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 6:34 AM
> To: rcpp-devel at r-forge.wu-wien.ac.at
> Cc: Savitsky, Terrance
> Subject: Re: trans() changed in latest RcppArmadillo
> On 30 May 2011, Terrance Savitsky wrote:
>> Hello, After upgrading to the 0.2.21 release of RcppArmadillo, my
>> previously working code (across many functions) ceased working (on a
>> Windows XP installation). I re-installed the previous version
>> from CRAN (via a server location not yet updated to 0.2.21); didn't
> fix it.
>> The timing may be a coincidence, though reading the post on
>> trans() encourages me to make this post. While I use 'trans' across
>> functions, it is not applied on complex-valued matrices; only
>> real-valued. So the prior post wouldn't explain my issue.
> Hi, I'm the main author of Armadillo.
> I'm interested in hearing about all regressions -- can you provide
> more details ?
> There have been a lot of changes between Armadillo 1.2 and the latest
> beta (1.99.3). I'd like to shake out all known bugs before releasing
> Dr Conrad Sanderson : Sr Research Scientist : NICTA :
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