[GiNaC-list] issues with simplify_indexed()
Ulrich Loup
loup at cs.rwth-aachen.de
Tue May 17 01:33:22 CEST 2011
Hi,
I modified your code to output more details (I split the problematic line into
several pieces) as follows:
#include <iostream>
#include <ginac/ginac.h>
using namespace std;
using namespace GiNaC;
int main()
{
symbol i_sym("i"), j_sym("j"), k_sym("k"),
l_sym("l"), m_sym("m"), n_sym("n");
idx i(i_sym, 2), j(j_sym, 2), k(k_sym, 2),
l(l_sym, 2), m(m_sym, 2), n(n_sym, 2);
symbol alpha_sym("\\alpha"), beta_sym("\\beta"), gamma_sym("\\gamma");
idx Va(alpha_sym, 3), Vb(beta_sym, 3), Vg(gamma_sym, 3);
symbol U("U"), v("v"), h("h");
exvector IJKLMNVec;
idx IJKLMNIA[] ={i, j, k, l, m, n};
IJKLMNVec.assign (IJKLMNIA,IJKLMNIA+6);
ex myEx1 = indexed(h, IJKLMNVec)*indexed(U, i, Va);
cout << "myEx1: " << myEx1 << endl;
ex myEx2 = myEx1*indexed(U, k, Vb)*indexed(U, m, Vg);
cout << "myEx2: " << myEx2 << endl;
ex myEx3 = myEx2*indexed(v, j, Va);
cout << "myEx3: " << myEx3 << endl;
ex myEx4 = myEx3*indexed(v, l, Vb);
cout << "myEx4: " << myEx4 << endl;
ex myEx5 = myEx4*indexed(v, n, Vg);
cout << "myEx5: " << myEx5 << endl;
cout << "myEx5.simpl: " << myEx5.simplify_indexed() << endl;
return 0;
}
The output shows the "myEx5" line, but nothing more. So, the error is in
"simplify_indexed". I'm no expert, but maybe this helps a little.
Regards,
Ulrich.
Nachricht von Sonntag 15 Mai 2011 22:38:07:
> I've been trying to get a little program of mine to work and well it
> just doesn't terminate. Somewhere it gets snagged in an infinite loop
> in the library. I'm pretty sure this is a library bug and I've alerted
> development but in the mean while has an one encountered this before?
> Has any one figured out a work around? I've whittled my program down
> to the smallest most simple component I could get to non terminate.
> The code looks like this.
>
> #include <iostream>
> #include <ginac/ginac.h>
> using namespace std;
> using namespace GiNaC;
>
> int main()
> {
> symbol i_sym("i"), j_sym("j"), k_sym("k"), l_sym("l"), m_sym("m"),
> n_sym("n");
> idx i(i_sym, 2), j(j_sym, 2), k(k_sym, 2), l(l_sym, 2), m(m_sym, 2),
> n(n_sym, 2);
>
> symbol alpha_sym("\\alpha"), beta_sym("\\beta"), gamma_sym("\\gamma");
> idx Va(alpha_sym, 3), Vb(beta_sym, 3), Vg(gamma_sym, 3);
>
> symbol U("U"), v("v"), h("h");
>
> exvector IJKLMNVec;
> idx IJKLMNIA[] ={i, j, k, l, m, n};
> IJKLMNVec.assign (IJKLMNIA,IJKLMNIA+6);
>
> ex myEx = (indexed(h, IJKLMNVec)*indexed(U, i, Va)
> *indexed(U, k, Vb)*indexed(U, m, Vg)*indexed(v, j, Va)
> *indexed(v, l, Vb)*indexed(v, n, Vg)).simplify_indexed();
>
> cout << myEx << endl;
>
> return 0;
> }
>
> This code never makes it to the cout code. it get trapped in a loop
> before then.
> Any one seen this before?
>
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