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Re: How to solve the system of linear equations?



"SingularValues[m] gives the singular value decomposition for a
numerical \
matrix m. The result is a list {u, w, v}, where w is the list of
singular \
values, and m can be written as


Zak Levi wrote:
> Dear Mathematica experts,
> How to solve, in Mathematica, the system of linear equations,
> when a number of equations is larger than a number of variables.
> Another system easily pass to apply LSM in this case, but it seems to
> me that there is no such opportunity in Mathematica.
> As an application, given N>5 points at plane, how to calculate (the
> parameters) of best fitting ellipse.
> Thanks a lot,
> ZL

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