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Add 'apply_adjoint_inverse' method to operators #133

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pmli opened this issue Jul 7, 2015 · 4 comments
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Add 'apply_adjoint_inverse' method to operators #133

pmli opened this issue Jul 7, 2015 · 4 comments
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@pmli pmli commented Jul 7, 2015

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@sdrave sdrave commented Jul 7, 2015

I will implement this, when #122 is closed.

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@sdrave sdrave commented Nov 19, 2015

With #122 done, do we want to name the method 'apply_adjoint_inverse' or 'apply_inverse_adjoint'. I would vote for the second option.

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@ftalbrecht ftalbrecht commented Nov 19, 2015

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@pmli pmli commented Nov 19, 2015

I used the first option, but I'm fine with switching to the second. Also, in math we usually write A^{-T} or A^{-*} (or A^{-H}), so in that way it makes sense to use the second option.

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