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Inverse of 27x27 sparse matrix with 4 symbols

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  • Subject: [mg28963] Inverse of 27x27 sparse matrix with 4 symbols
  • From: umud.ozturk at arcelik.com.tr
  • Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 01:54:30 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi everyone,
I want to find out the inverse of a 27x27 sparse "m" matrix (in the
attachment -contact the author to get the attachement -modeator) 
whose most of the elements are combinations of 4 symbols
(d11,d12,d22,d66).
I tried simply Inverse[m] but it seems that the 27x27 sparse matrix 
with 4
symbols is beyond the practical limits. I use Pentium III with 256 MB 
RAM,
and I waited for days but I couldn't have any solution. Does anybody 
have
similar experinces and are there more efficient methods to take inverse 
of
such a matrix (... decomposition, etc)?
I really want to take the inverse of larger sized (100x100 even 
1000x1000
sparse) matrices which includes the same 4 four variables.  When I 
tried
this, I observed that Mathematica does not use more than approximately 
1.0
GB total virtual memory (RAM+swap space), does Mathematica 4.1 in PC
versions have any problems to adress the virtual memory larger than 1 
GB.
Thanks in advance.
Umud.

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