constraint matrix

constraint matrix

[kən′strānt ‚mā·triks]
(computer science)
The set of equations and inequalities defining the set of admissible solutions in linear programming.
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Assume that the n hyperplanes associated with the rows of the constraint matrix G are orthonormal and that the dimension of f (i.
One consequence is that, given an orthonormal constraint matrix G, the solution vector x can be found rather inexpensively and quickly using a single iteration of [LA.
In each case the test matrix A consists of an upper left hand block which was a square identity matrix matching the column dimension of the constraint matrix G derived from the chosen matrix.
For each matrix a specific number of the upper rows of the matrix was extracted and used as the constraint matrix G.
In this section we talk about the CSP basic notions, such as: constraint matrix, instantiation, and partial instantiation.
A Constraint Matrix R is a [eta] x n matrix, such as:
For a CSP with a constraint matrix R and an Instantiation I, we define the Error Evaluation e([C.
i], however, depends on the sparsity pattern of the constraint matrix C.
The possible values of the entries of the M x N constraint matrix B in (2.
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