
Hello,
I am new in coding in Visual Basic and in using Math.NET. I want to use Math.NET to calculate the eigenvalues of a symmetric matrix, but i don't understand how the whole library works. Is there anywhere i can find documentation/tutorial with very very basic
info on how to do that?
Thank you very much in advance


Coordinator
Nov 12, 2013 at 6:55 PM
Edited Nov 12, 2013 at 6:56 PM

Hi,
In general, you'd first create a matrix, then factorize it ( .Evd() method). On the returned EVD factorization you can then access the resulting eigenvalues. I recommend to use the v3.0 alpha releases, creating and handling the Evd factorization
is a bit easier there.
The tutorials are currently being reworked, but you can find some examples in C# in
here and
here in the meantime. Usage in VB.NET is equivalent, just with VB syntax.
Thanks,
Christoph

