Matrix

Synopsis

This will create and display a matrix of NxN dimensions, then multiply it by a vector of N dimension.

Results

Output:

M: 1 2 3
   4 5 6
   7 8 9

M: 1 2 3
   4 5 6
   7 8 9

V: [1, 2, 3]
MV: [14, 32, 50]

Code

C++

#include <itkMatrix.h>
#include <itkVector.h>

#include <iostream>

static void
Construct();
// static void ConstructRunTimeDims();
static void
Multiply();
// static void Inverse();

int
main(int, char *[])
{
  Construct();
  Multiply();
  return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

void
Construct()
{
  using MatrixType = itk::Matrix<double, 3, 3>;
  MatrixType M;
  M(0, 0) = 1.0;
  M(0, 1) = 2.0;
  M(0, 2) = 3.0;
  M(1, 0) = 4.0;
  M(1, 1) = 5.0;
  M(1, 2) = 6.0;
  M(2, 0) = 7.0;
  M(2, 1) = 8.0;
  M(2, 2) = 9.0;

  std::cout << "M: " << M << std::endl;
}

/*
void ConstructRunTimeDims()
{
  int matrixSize = 3;
  using MatrixType = itk::Matrix<double, matrixSize, matrixSize>;
  MatrixType M;
  M(0,0) = 1.0;
  M(0,1) = 2.0;
  M(0,2) = 3.0;
  M(1,0) = 4.0;
  M(1,1) = 5.0;
  M(1,2) = 6.0;
  M(2,0) = 7.0;
  M(2,1) = 8.0;
  M(2,2) = 9.0;

  std::cout << "M: " << M << std::endl;
}
*/

void
Multiply()
{
  using MatrixType = itk::Matrix<double, 3, 3>;
  MatrixType M;
  M(0, 0) = 1.0;
  M(0, 1) = 2.0;
  M(0, 2) = 3.0;
  M(1, 0) = 4.0;
  M(1, 1) = 5.0;
  M(1, 2) = 6.0;
  M(2, 0) = 7.0;
  M(2, 1) = 8.0;
  M(2, 2) = 9.0;

  std::cout << "M: " << M << std::endl;

  using VectorType = itk::Vector<double, 3>;
  VectorType V;
  V[0] = 1.0;
  V[1] = 2.0;
  V[2] = 3.0;

  std::cout << "V: " << V << std::endl;

  std::cout << "MV: " << M * V << std::endl;
}

/*
void Inverse()
{

}
*/

Python

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