verify a relation between the elements of two Vectors
verify(expr1, expr2, Vector)
verify(expr1, expr2, 'Vector'(ver))
verify(expr1, expr2, Vector[o])
verify(expr1, expr2, 'Vector[o]'(ver))
anything, assumed to be of type Vector
verification for the Vector elements
Vector orientation, either row or column
The verify(expr1, expr2, Vector), verify(expr1, expr2, 'Vector'(ver)), verify(expr1, expr2, Vector[o]) and verify(expr1, expr2, 'Vector[o]'(ver)) calling sequences return true if it can be determined that the two Vectors satisfy a relation elementwise, either by testing with equality or using the verification ver. If an orientation o is given, then the two Vectors must also have the given orientation.
If true is returned, then each of the pairs of elements satisfied the relation. If false is returned, then at least one pair of elements did not satisfy the relation (a result of type verify(false)). Otherwise, FAIL is returned, indicating that for at least one pair of elements it could not be determined whether or not they satisfied the relation (a result of type verify(FAIL)).
The verification Vector is symmetric and a verification 'Vector'(ver) is symmetric if and only if the verification ver is symmetric.
Since Vector is a Maple function, it must be enclosed in single quotes to prevent evaluation.
If either expr1 or expr2 is not of type Vector, then false is returned.
The special verifications %NULL, seq, and &, can be used to verify an expression sequence in a Vector. See verify/exprseq.
u1 ≔ Vector⁡2,1,x⁢1−x
u2 ≔ Vector⁡2,1,x−x2
v1 ≔ Vector⁡2,0.3222,0.5001
v2 ≔ Vector⁡2,0.3223,0.5000
The verify/Vector command was updated in Maple 2015.
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