[R] horizontal direct product
Dimitrios Rizopoulos
Dimitris.Rizopoulos at med.kuleuven.be
Fri Aug 25 22:34:18 CEST 2006
maybe something like:
"%*~%" <- function(x, y){
n <- nrow(x)
out <- matrix(0, n, ncol(x) * ncol(y))
for(i in 1:n)
out[i, ] <- c(y[i, ] %o% x[i, ])
out
}
x <- matrix(1:4, 2, 2, TRUE)
y <- matrix(5:8, 2, 2, TRUE)
x %*~% y
I hope it helps.
Best,
Dimitris
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Quoting Luke Keele <keele.4 at polisci.osu.edu>:
> II am translating some gauss code into R, and gauss has a matrix
> product function called the horizontal direct product (*~), which is
> some sort of variant on the Kronecker product.
>
> For example if x is 2x2 and y is 2x2
>
> the horizontal direct product, z, of x and y is defined (in the Gauss
> manual) as:
>
> row 1 = x11*y11 x11*y12 x12*y11 x12*y12
> row 2 = x21*y21 x21*y22 x22*y21 x22*y22
>
> Or in R code if:
>
> x <- matrix(seq(1,4,by=1),2,2, byrow=TRUE)
> y <- matrix(seq(5,8,by=1),2,2, byrow=TRUE)
>
> The resulting matrix, if I had an operator, would be the following
> matrix z, here formed in a contrived manner:
>
> z.1 <- c(5, 6, 10, 12)
> z.2 <- c(21,24,28,32)
> z <- rbind(z.1,z.2)
>
> I realize that this is just the first and last row of x%*%y when x
> and y are two by two but this won't generalize with larger
> matrices. Any ideas about whether this can be done with existing R
> functions in a general way short of writing my own function?
>
> Thanks
>
> Luke
>
>
>
>
> Luke Keele
> Department of Political Science
> Ohio State University
> keele.4 at polisci.osu.edu
>
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