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```
## This R code was written by Reinhard Harter, Kurt Hornik, Stefan Theussl
## and Cyrille Szymanski as part of a similar package Rsymphony
## distributed via CRAN (http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/Rsymphony/index.html)
## Simple functions for converting "matrix" type objects into the
## sparse "column major order" (CSC, modulo offsets) format used by
## SYMPHONY.
## matind: vector of the row indices corresponding to each entry of
## value
## values: vector of the values of nonzero entries of the constraint
## matrix in column order.
make_csc_matrix <-
function(x)
UseMethod("make_csc_matrix")
make_csc_matrix.matrix <-
function(x)
{
if(!is.matrix(x))
stop("Argument 'x' must be a matrix.")
ind <- which(x != 0, arr.ind = TRUE)
list(matbeg = c(0L, cumsum(tabulate(ind[, 2L], ncol(x)))),
matind = ind[, 1] - 1L,
values = x[ind])
}
make_csc_matrix.simple_triplet_matrix <-
function(x)
{
if(!inherits(x, "simple_triplet_matrix"))
stop("Argument 'x' must be of class 'simple_triplet_matrix'.")
## The matrix method assumes that indices for non-zero entries are
## in row-major order, but the simple_triplet_matrix() constructor
## currently does not canonicalize accordingly ...
ind <- order(x$j, x$i)
list(matbeg = c(0L, cumsum(tabulate(x$j[ind], x$ncol))),
matind = x$i[ind] - 1L,
values = x$v[ind])
}
```

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