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Saturday, June 13, 2020

Caching an Inverse of a Matrix Using R



Caching an Inverse of a Matrix Using R 

Matrix inversion is usually a costly computation and there may be some benefit to caching the inverse of a matrix rather than computing it repeatedly.

This is an example code to cache an inverse of a matrix which then called if:

1. The new matrix computation similar to the previous matrix
2. Matrix is invertible — Read Invertible Matrix
3. The structure and content of the new matrix is equal to previous

The program consists of two functions

  1. A function to cache the matrix and the inverse. It is similar to getter and setter in many programming languages like Java and C.
  2. A function which will be call for the computational process of the matrix

Here are parts of the code:

Setting the matrix
Setting the inverse matrix
Verification on the matrix
Setting the new inverse

Complete source code is reachable at https://github.com/masteramuk/ProgrammingAssignment2

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Nurul Haszeli Ahmad


Experience in software/system development and research since 1999


My Interest - Information Security (Software Security, Program Analysis, and Web-based application)


My skill - Flex, Java, PHP, Scripting (ActionScript, TypeScript, JS,e tc), All kind of Databases, Web application, LabVIEW and little-bit in C/C++


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