Making matrix solver/ solver for X
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sat Apr 14 20:49:33 EDT 2018
steffie.booij at gmail.com wrote:
> Q = np.array(['Q1', 'Q2', 'Q3', 'Q4'])
> P = (X*Q)-X
I'm assuming that 'Q1', etc. are placeholders for numbers here?
Otherwise, you're doing arithmetic with strings, which doesn't
> So solve condition:
> P+P ,P+P ,P+P ,P+P ,P+P ,P+P >= np.sum(X)
This looks like a linear programming problem:
except that there's no objective function (something to be
maximised or minimised) so there won't be a unique solution.
If you can frame it as a linear programming problem,
you could use this:
If there are no other constraints that the solution needs to
satisfy, then you could just make up an objective function,
e.g. tell it to minimise sum(X).
Also, if you can tell us more about the original problem you're
trying to solve, we may be able to help more.
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