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# pypose.optim.solver.Cholesky¶

class pypose.optim.solver.Cholesky(upper=False)[source]

The batched linear solver with Cholesky decomposition.

$\mathbf{A}_i \bm{x}_i = \mathbf{b}_i,$

where $$\mathbf{A}_i \in \mathbb{C}^{M \times N}$$ and $$\bm{b}_i \in \mathbb{C}^{M \times 1}$$ are the $$i$$-th item of batched linear equations. Note that $$\mathbf{A}_i$$ has to be a complex Hermitian or a real symmetric positive-definite matrix.

The solution is given by

\begin{align*} \bm{L}_i &= \mathrm{cholesky}(\mathbf{A}_i), \\ \bm{x}_i &= \mathrm{cholesky\_solve}(\mathbf{b}_i, \bm{L}_i), \\ \end{align*}

where $$\mathrm{cholesky}()$$ is the Cholesky decomposition function.

More details go to torch.linalg.cholesky and torch.cholesky_solve.

Parameters

upper (bool, optional) – whether use an upper triangular matrix in Cholesky decomposition. Default: False.

Examples

>>> import pypose.optim.solver as ppos
>>> A = torch.tensor([[[1.00, 0.10, 0.00], [0.10, 1.00, 0.20], [0.00, 0.20, 1.00]],
[[1.00, 0.20, 0.10], [0.20, 1.00, 0.20], [0.10, 0.20, 1.00]]])
>>> b = torch.tensor([[[1.], [2.], [3.]], [[1.], [2.], [3.]]])
>>> solver = ppos.Cholesky()
>>> x = solver(A, b)
tensor([[[0.8632],
[1.3684],
[2.7263]],
[[0.4575],
[1.3725],
[2.6797]]])

forward(A, b)[source]
Parameters
• A (Tensor) – the input batched tensor.

• b (Tensor) – the batched tensor on the right hand side.

Returns

the solved batched tensor.

Return type

Tensor

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