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(To be removed) Multiplication with fundamental nullspace basis

fzmult will be removed in a future release.


W = fzmult(A,V)
W = fzmult(A,V,'transpose')
[W,L,U,pcol,P] = fzmult(A,V)
W = fzmult(A,V,transpose,L,U,pcol,P)


W = fzmult(A,V) computes the product W of matrix Z with matrix V, that is, W = Z*V, where Z is a fundamental basis for the nullspace of matrix A. A must be a sparse m-by-n matrix where m < n, rank(A) = m, and rank(A(1:m,1:m)) = m. V must be p-by-q, where p = n-m. If V is sparse W is sparse, else W is full.

W = fzmult(A,V,'transpose') computes the product of the transpose of the fundamental basis times V, that is, W = Z'*V. V must be p-by-q, where q = n-m. fzmult(A,V) is the same as fzmult(A,V,[]).

[W,L,U,pcol,P] = fzmult(A,V) returns the sparse LU-factorization of matrix A(1:m,1:m), that is, A1 = A(1:m,1:m) and P*A1(:,pcol) = L*U.

W = fzmult(A,V,transpose,L,U,pcol,P) uses the precomputed sparse LU factorization of matrix A(1:m,1:m), that is, A1 = A(1:m,1:m) and P*A1(:,pcol) = L*U. transpose is either 'transpose' or [].

The nullspace basis matrix Z is not formed explicitly. An implicit representation is used based on the sparse LU factorization of A(1:m,1:m).

Introduced before R2006a

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