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Space-efficient null space of sparse array
I have a roughly 100,000 × 3,000 matrix (as a
) that I'd like to find the kernel (null space) of. It has about 500,000 nonzero entries, all -1 or 1. ...
Jun 13 '12 at 20:06
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