drdieterkaiser at web.de
Sat Oct 31 17:30:00 CDT 2009
Am Samstag, den 31.10.2009, 22:44 +0100 schrieb Adam Majewski:
> What is a difference between abs and cabs ?
> (abs can handle complex values)
> When use abs, when cabs ?
The abs function is a simplifying function, which calls cabs, when the
argument seems to be complex. That is not perfectly implemented. More
work can be done.
The cabs function is a verb function, which assumes a complex argument.
Therefore the argument is always split into a real and imaginary part.
For this case the simplifying abs function returns an unsimplified
The verb function cabs calculates the following answer:
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