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Re: Column Product of a Matrix of zeros and 1's
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg88020] Re: Column Product of a Matrix of zeros and 1's
*From*: Bill Rowe <readnews at sbcglobal.net>
*Date*: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 06:26:53 -0400 (EDT)
On 4/21/08 at 3:26 AM, petervansummeren at gmail.com (P_ter) wrote:
>I have a matrix of zero's and ones: myGlobalMatrix; also a set
>called thisSet with the columns of myGlobalMatrix which have to be
>multiplied (e.g. column 1,3,4). I would like to know the positions
>of the 1's. I do this as follows:
>Flatten[Position[Product[myGlobalMatrix[[All,i]],{i, thisSet}],1]]
>But this is to general. It does not use that the matrix consists of
>zeros and ones. Can this be taken into account? with friendly
I am unclear as to what you are trying to accomplish. If
myGloblMatrix consists of just ones and zeros, then probably the
fastest way to locate all of the ones would be
Most@ArrayRules@SparseArray@myGlobalMatricx
It looks like the code you have above locates all rows of
myGlobalMatrix where the first thisSet columns are 1
If this is what you want, then one way would be
Position[Clip[Total/@(myGlobalMatrix[[All,;;thisSet]]),{thisSet,thisSet},{0=
,1}],1]
Here, I assume you are using verision 6.x
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