[Maxima] Complex conjugates
macrakis at alum.mit.edu
Wed Jun 27 22:07:22 CDT 2012
Have you reported the problems you're having with real/imagpart? I think
it would be useful to document all the problematic cases so that next time
someone works on it, they can be improved.
On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 9:29 AM, Henry Baker <hbaker1 at pipeline.com> wrote:
> I do a lot of algebra with complex variables, with some expressions
> growing to thousands of terms.
> Due to the amount of space taken up by Maxima writing out "conjugate(foo)"
> in full for every conjugated
> variable, I'd love to shorten this to " foo' " (or equivalent). I'm not
> so worried about
> _input_ of conjugate as _output_.
> Is there any "easy"/"trivial" way to accomplish this in Maxima ?
> On a separate note, I've almost given up on using "realpart()",
> "imagpart()" and "rectform()"
> due to unpredictable behavior. I use
> So I'm relatively happy with the functional operation of "conjugate()";
> I'd just like to cut down
> on the volume of output characters.
> Thanks in advance for any help.
> Henry Baker
> Santa Barbara, CA
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