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C++ Code for Singular Value Decompositon of string arrays.

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I am currently working on figuring out a code for performing a singular value decomposition[u] for String arrays.

Can some one help me get started on this. I have already done a declaration for the array of dimension 5000X3000. Now i need to perform the function on the array.

Thanks a lot in advance.

Oct 17 '07 #1
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Sure, I would recommend abstracting the algorithm for singular value decomposition so that you can pass it any string and still be able to complete it. Then you can turn the algorithm into pseudocode, and then code your program.

If you want any more specific help, you're going to have to post a bit more, such as what you have tried on this, the algorithm you're using, etc...
Nov 5 '07 #2

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