permutations (version 1.0-9)

perm_matrix: Permutation matrices

Description

Given a permutation, coerce to word form and return the corresponding permutation matrix

Usage

perm_matrix(p)
is.perm_matrix(M)
pm_to_perm(M)

Arguments

p

Permutation, coerced to word form, of length 1

M

Permutation matrix

Details

Given a permutation p of size \(s\), function perm_matrix() returns a square matrix with \(s\) rows and \(s\) columns. Entries are either 0 or 1; each row and each column has exactly one entry of 1 and the rest zero.

Row and column names of the permutation matrix are integers; this makes the printed version more compact.

Function pm_to_perm() takes a permutation matrix and returns the equivalent permutation in word form.

See Also

permutation

Examples

# NOT RUN {
perm_matrix(rperm(1,9))


p1 <- rperm(1,40)
M1 <- perm_matrix(p1)
p2 <- rperm(1,40)
M2 <- perm_matrix(p2)

stopifnot(is.perm_matrix(M1))

stopifnot(all(solve(M1) == perm_matrix(inverse(p1))))
stopifnot(all(M1 %*% M2 == perm_matrix(p1*p2)))


stopifnot(p1 == pm_to_perm(perm_matrix(p1)))

data("megaminx")
image(perm_matrix(permprod(megaminx)),asp=1,axes=FALSE)

# }