Tue Feb 26 00:53:07 CET 2013
This might be interesting. However, at some point I probably need
transparent algorithms. But for now it's all numbers.
Hmm... this looks like a fairly new thing.
Let's do it the hard way.
Implemented Gauss elimination. Gauss-Jordan is probably better. (
Why? The N^3 coefficient is half as large. Is there also a numeric
stability constraint? However, for N small it might not make such a