# Difference between revisions of "Example Fixed Sized Matrices"

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Array access adds a significant amount of overhead to matrix operations. A fixed sized matrix gets around that issue by having each element in the matrix be a variable in the class. EJML provides support for fixed sized matrices and vectors up to 6x6, at which point it loses its advantage. The example below demonstrates how to use a fixed sized matrix and convert to other matrix types in EJML. | Array access adds a significant amount of overhead to matrix operations. A fixed sized matrix gets around that issue by having each element in the matrix be a variable in the class. EJML provides support for fixed sized matrices and vectors up to 6x6, at which point it loses its advantage. The example below demonstrates how to use a fixed sized matrix and convert to other matrix types in EJML. | ||

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* [https://github.com/lessthanoptimal/ejml/blob/v0.27/examples/src/org/ejml/example/ExampleFixedSizedMatrix.java ExampleFixedSizedMatrix] | * [https://github.com/lessthanoptimal/ejml/blob/v0.27/examples/src/org/ejml/example/ExampleFixedSizedMatrix.java ExampleFixedSizedMatrix] | ||

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== Example == | == Example == |

## Revision as of 18:01, 9 August 2015

Array access adds a significant amount of overhead to matrix operations. A fixed sized matrix gets around that issue by having each element in the matrix be a variable in the class. EJML provides support for fixed sized matrices and vectors up to 6x6, at which point it loses its advantage. The example below demonstrates how to use a fixed sized matrix and convert to other matrix types in EJML.

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## Example

```
/**
* In some applications a small fixed sized matrix can speed things up a lot, e.g. 8 times faster. One application
* which uses small matrices is graphics and rigid body motion, which extensively uses 3x3 and 4x4 matrices. This
* example is to show some examples of how you can use a fixed sized matrix.
*
* @author Peter Abeles
*/
public class ExampleFixedSizedMatrix {
public static void main( String args[] ) {
// declare the matrix
FixedMatrix3x3_64F a = new FixedMatrix3x3_64F();
FixedMatrix3x3_64F b = new FixedMatrix3x3_64F();
// Can assign values the usual way
for( int i = 0; i < 3; i++ ) {
for( int j = 0; j < 3; j++ ) {
a.set(i,j,i+j+1);
}
}
// Direct manipulation of each value is the fastest way to assign/read values
a.a11 = 12;
a.a23 = 64;
// can print the usual way too
a.print();
// most of the standard operations are support
FixedOps3.transpose(a,b);
b.print();
System.out.println("Determinant = "+FixedOps3.det(a));
// matrix-vector operations are also supported
// Constructors for vectors and matrices can be used to initialize its value
FixedMatrix3_64F v = new FixedMatrix3_64F(1,2,3);
FixedMatrix3_64F result = new FixedMatrix3_64F();
FixedOps3.mult(a,v,result);
// Conversion into DenseMatrix64F can also be done
DenseMatrix64F dm = ConvertMatrixType.convert(a,null);
dm.print();
// This can be useful if you need do more advanced operations
SimpleMatrix sv = SimpleMatrix.wrap(dm).svd().getV();
// can then convert it back into a fixed matrix
FixedMatrix3x3_64F fv = ConvertMatrixType.convert(sv.getMatrix(),(FixedMatrix3x3_64F)null);
System.out.println("Original simple matrix and converted fixed matrix");
sv.print();
fv.print();
}
}
```