/** @file time_lw_Q.cpp
*
* Test Q from the paper "Comparison of Polynomial-Oriented CAS" by Robert H.
* Lewis and Michael Wester. */
/*
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*/
#include "times.h"
#include "time_lw_w101n.h"
static unsigned test(void)
{
matrix m(101,101);
symbol lambda("lambda");
for (unsigned r=0; r<101; ++r) {
for (unsigned c=0; c<10; ++c) {
m.set(r,
unsigned(ex_to_numeric(w101_numeric[r][2*c+1]).to_int()-1),
w101_numeric[r][2*c+2]);
}
}
ex cp = m.charpoly(lambda);
if (cp.coeff(lambda,96) != numeric("75287520")) {
clog << "characteristic polynomial miscalculated as " << cp << endl;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
unsigned time_lw_Q(void)
{
unsigned result = 0;
unsigned count = 0;
timer rolex;
double time = .0;
cout << "timing Lewis-Wester test Q (charpoly(P))" << flush;
clog << "-------Lewis-Wester test Q (charpoly(P))" << endl;
rolex.start();
// correct for very small times:
do {
result = test();
++count;
} while ((time=rolex.read())<0.1 && !result);
cout << '.' << flush;
if (!result) {
cout << " passed ";
clog << "(no output)" << endl;
} else {
cout << " failed ";
}
cout << int(1000*(time/count))*0.001 << 's' << endl;
return result;
}