Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Performs a tensor multiplication like tensor(), but with named indices, keeping dimnames, and vectorized.

1 | ```
mul.tensor(X,i=c(),Y,j=i,by=NULL)
``` |

`X` |
a tensor to be multiplied |

`i` |
numeric or character vector specifying the dimension to be used in the multiplication for X |

`Y` |
a tensor to be multiplied |

`j` |
numeric or character vector specifying the dimension to be used in the multiplication for Y |

`by` |
the by dimensions if present and not mentioned in i or j are
used as sequence dimensions. tensors in these dimensions are
processed in parallel. So in this dimension the product is neither
inner nor outer but parallel like |

Say

*X_{i_1… i_n h_1 … h_l}*

and

*Y_{j_1… j_n k_1 … k_m}*

the the result is:

*E_{h_1… h_l k_1 … k_m}= ∑_{i_1,…,i_n} X_{i_1… i_n h_1 … h_l}Y_{j_1… j_n k_1 … k_m}*

This is an full outer product with i,j not given and a full inner product product of i=dim(X)

The tensor product of X and Y with respect to the regarding dimensions.

K. Gerald van den Boogaart

`to.tensor`

, `%e%`

,
`%r%`

, `diagmul.tensor`

,
`einstein.tensor`

, `riemann.tensor`

,
`solve.tensor`

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tensorA documentation built on July 29, 2018, 5:01 p.m.

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