Struct extendr_api::prelude::MatRef

#[repr(C)]
pub struct MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,
{ pub(super) inner: MatImpl<E>, pub(super) __marker: PhantomData<&'a E>, }
Expand description

Immutable view over a matrix, similar to an immutable reference to a 2D strided slice.

§Note

Unlike a slice, the data pointed to by MatRef<'_, E> is allowed to be partially or fully uninitialized under certain conditions. In this case, care must be taken to not perform any operations that read the uninitialized values, or form references to them, either directly through MatRef::read, or indirectly through any of the numerical library routines, unless it is explicitly permitted.

Fields§

§inner: MatImpl<E>§__marker: PhantomData<&'a E>

Implementations§

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impl<E> MatRef<'_, E>

pub fn solve_lower_triangular_in_place( &self, rhs: impl ColBatchMut<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, )

Assuming self is a lower triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and stores the result in rhs.

pub fn solve_upper_triangular_in_place( &self, rhs: impl ColBatchMut<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, )

Assuming self is an upper triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and stores the result in rhs.

pub fn solve_unit_lower_triangular_in_place( &self, rhs: impl ColBatchMut<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, )

Assuming self is a unit lower triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and stores the result in rhs.

The diagonal of the matrix is not accessed.

pub fn solve_unit_upper_triangular_in_place( &self, rhs: impl ColBatchMut<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, )

Assuming self is a unit upper triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and stores the result in rhs

The diagonal of the matrix is not accessed.

pub fn solve_lower_triangular<ViewE, B>( &self, rhs: B, ) -> <B as ColBatch<ViewE>>::Owned
where ViewE: Conjugate<Canonical = <E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, B: ColBatch<ViewE>,

Assuming self is a lower triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and returns the result.

pub fn solve_upper_triangular<ViewE, B>( &self, rhs: B, ) -> <B as ColBatch<ViewE>>::Owned
where ViewE: Conjugate<Canonical = <E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, B: ColBatch<ViewE>,

Assuming self is an upper triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and returns the result.

pub fn solve_unit_lower_triangular<ViewE, B>( &self, rhs: B, ) -> <B as ColBatch<ViewE>>::Owned
where ViewE: Conjugate<Canonical = <E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, B: ColBatch<ViewE>,

Assuming self is a unit lower triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and returns the result.

The diagonal of the matrix is not accessed.

pub fn solve_unit_upper_triangular<ViewE, B>( &self, rhs: B, ) -> <B as ColBatch<ViewE>>::Owned
where ViewE: Conjugate<Canonical = <E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, B: ColBatch<ViewE>,

Assuming self is a unit upper triangular matrix, solves the equation self * X = rhs, and returns the result.

The diagonal of the matrix is not accessed.

pub fn cholesky( &self, side: Side, ) -> Result<Cholesky<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, CholeskyError>

Returns the Cholesky decomposition of self. Only the provided side is accessed.

pub fn lblt(&self, side: Side) -> Lblt<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the Bunch-Kaufman decomposition of self. Only the provided side is accessed.

pub fn partial_piv_lu(&self) -> PartialPivLu<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the LU decomposition of self with partial (row) pivoting.

pub fn full_piv_lu(&self) -> FullPivLu<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the LU decomposition of self with full pivoting.

pub fn qr(&self) -> Qr<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the QR decomposition of self.

pub fn col_piv_qr(&self) -> ColPivQr<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the QR decomposition of self with column pivoting.

pub fn svd(&self) -> Svd<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the SVD of self.

pub fn thin_svd(&self) -> ThinSvd<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the thin SVD of self.

pub fn selfadjoint_eigendecomposition( &self, side: Side, ) -> SelfAdjointEigendecomposition<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the eigendecomposition of self, assuming it is self-adjoint. Only the provided side is accessed.

pub fn eigendecomposition<ComplexE>(&self) -> Eigendecomposition<ComplexE>
where ComplexE: ComplexField<Real = <<E as Conjugate>::Canonical as ComplexField>::Real>,

Returns the eigendecomposition of self, as a complex matrix.

pub fn complex_eigendecomposition( &self, ) -> Eigendecomposition<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the eigendecomposition of self, when E is in the complex domain.

pub fn determinant(&self) -> <E as Conjugate>::Canonical

Returns the determinant of self.

pub fn selfadjoint_eigenvalues( &self, side: Side, ) -> Vec<<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical as ComplexField>::Real>

Returns the eigenvalues of self, assuming it is self-adjoint. Only the provided side is accessed. The order of the eigenvalues is currently unspecified.

pub fn singular_values( &self, ) -> Vec<<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical as ComplexField>::Real>

Returns the singular values of self, in nonincreasing order.

pub fn eigenvalues<ComplexE>(&self) -> Vec<ComplexE>
where ComplexE: ComplexField<Real = <<E as Conjugate>::Canonical as ComplexField>::Real>,

Returns the eigenvalues of self, as complex values. The order of the eigenvalues is currently unspecified.

pub fn complex_eigenvalues(&self) -> Vec<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Returns the eigenvalues of self, when E is in the complex domain. The order of the eigenvalues is currently unspecified.

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impl<'a, E> MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

pub fn as_ptr( self, ) -> <<E as Entity>::Group as ForType>::FaerOf<*const <E as Entity>::Unit>

Returns pointers to the matrix data.

pub fn nrows(&self) -> usize

Returns the number of rows of the matrix.

pub fn ncols(&self) -> usize

Returns the number of columns of the matrix.

pub fn row_stride(&self) -> isize

Returns the row stride of the matrix, specified in number of elements, not in bytes.

pub fn col_stride(&self) -> isize

Returns the column stride of the matrix, specified in number of elements, not in bytes.

pub fn ptr_at( self, row: usize, col: usize, ) -> <<E as Entity>::Group as ForType>::FaerOf<*const <E as Entity>::Unit>

Returns raw pointers to the element at the given indices.

pub unsafe fn ptr_inbounds_at( self, row: usize, col: usize, ) -> <<E as Entity>::Group as ForType>::FaerOf<*const <E as Entity>::Unit>

Returns raw pointers to the element at the given indices, assuming the provided indices are within the matrix dimensions.

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row < self.nrows().
  • col < self.ncols().

pub unsafe fn split_at_unchecked( self, row: usize, col: usize, ) -> (MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>)

Splits the matrix horizontally and vertically at the given indices into four corners and returns an array of each submatrix, in the following order:

  • top left.
  • top right.
  • bottom left.
  • bottom right.
§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row <= self.nrows().
  • col <= self.ncols().

pub fn split_at( self, row: usize, col: usize, ) -> (MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>)

Splits the matrix horizontally and vertically at the given indices into four corners and returns an array of each submatrix, in the following order:

  • top left.
  • top right.
  • bottom left.
  • bottom right.
§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row <= self.nrows().
  • col <= self.ncols().

pub unsafe fn split_at_row_unchecked( self, row: usize, ) -> (MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>)

Splits the matrix horizontally at the given row into two parts and returns an array of each submatrix, in the following order:

  • top.
  • bottom.
§Safety

The behavior is undefined if the following condition is violated:

  • row <= self.nrows().

pub fn split_at_row(self, row: usize) -> (MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>)

Splits the matrix horizontally at the given row into two parts and returns an array of each submatrix, in the following order:

  • top.
  • bottom.
§Panics

The function panics if the following condition is violated:

  • row <= self.nrows().

pub unsafe fn split_at_col_unchecked( self, col: usize, ) -> (MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>)

Splits the matrix vertically at the given row into two parts and returns an array of each submatrix, in the following order:

  • left.
  • right.
§Safety

The behavior is undefined if the following condition is violated:

  • col <= self.ncols().

pub fn split_at_col(self, col: usize) -> (MatRef<'a, E>, MatRef<'a, E>)

Splits the matrix vertically at the given row into two parts and returns an array of each submatrix, in the following order:

  • left.
  • right.
§Panics

The function panics if the following condition is violated:

  • col <= self.ncols().

pub unsafe fn get_unchecked<RowRange, ColRange>( self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, ColRange>>::Target
where MatRef<'a, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, ColRange>,

Returns references to the element at the given indices, or submatrices if either row or col is a range.

§Note

The values pointed to by the references are expected to be initialized, even if the pointed-to value is not read, otherwise the behavior is undefined.

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row must be contained in [0, self.nrows()).
  • col must be contained in [0, self.ncols()).

pub fn get<RowRange, ColRange>( self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, ColRange>>::Target
where MatRef<'a, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, ColRange>,

Returns references to the element at the given indices, or submatrices if either row or col is a range, with bound checks.

§Note

The values pointed to by the references are expected to be initialized, even if the pointed-to value is not read, otherwise the behavior is undefined.

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row must be contained in [0, self.nrows()).
  • col must be contained in [0, self.ncols()).

pub unsafe fn read_unchecked(&self, row: usize, col: usize) -> E

Reads the value of the element at the given indices.

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row < self.nrows().
  • col < self.ncols().

pub fn read(&self, row: usize, col: usize) -> E

Reads the value of the element at the given indices, with bound checks.

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row < self.nrows().
  • col < self.ncols().

pub fn transpose(self) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the transpose of self.

§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![[1.0, 2.0, 3.0], [4.0, 5.0, 6.0]];
let view = matrix.as_ref();
let transpose = view.transpose();

let expected = mat![[1.0, 4.0], [2.0, 5.0], [3.0, 6.0]];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), transpose);

pub fn conjugate(self) -> MatRef<'a, <E as Conjugate>::Conj>
where E: Conjugate,

Returns a view over the conjugate of self.

pub fn adjoint(self) -> MatRef<'a, <E as Conjugate>::Conj>
where E: Conjugate,

Returns a view over the conjugate transpose of self.

pub fn canonicalize(self) -> (MatRef<'a, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical>, Conj)
where E: Conjugate,

Returns a view over the canonical representation of self, as well as a flag declaring whether self is implicitly conjugated or not.

pub fn reverse_rows(self) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the self, with the rows in reversed order.

§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![[1.0, 2.0, 3.0], [4.0, 5.0, 6.0]];
let view = matrix.as_ref();
let reversed_rows = view.reverse_rows();

let expected = mat![[4.0, 5.0, 6.0], [1.0, 2.0, 3.0]];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), reversed_rows);

pub fn reverse_cols(self) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the self, with the columns in reversed order.

§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![[1.0, 2.0, 3.0], [4.0, 5.0, 6.0]];
let view = matrix.as_ref();
let reversed_cols = view.reverse_cols();

let expected = mat![[3.0, 2.0, 1.0], [6.0, 5.0, 4.0]];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), reversed_cols);

pub fn reverse_rows_and_cols(self) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the self, with the rows and the columns in reversed order.

§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![[1.0, 2.0, 3.0], [4.0, 5.0, 6.0]];
let view = matrix.as_ref();
let reversed = view.reverse_rows_and_cols();

let expected = mat![[6.0, 5.0, 4.0], [3.0, 2.0, 1.0]];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), reversed);

pub unsafe fn submatrix_unchecked( self, row_start: usize, col_start: usize, nrows: usize, ncols: usize, ) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the submatrix starting at indices (row_start, col_start), and with dimensions (nrows, ncols).

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row_start <= self.nrows().
  • col_start <= self.ncols().
  • nrows <= self.nrows() - row_start.
  • ncols <= self.ncols() - col_start.

pub fn submatrix( self, row_start: usize, col_start: usize, nrows: usize, ncols: usize, ) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the submatrix starting at indices (row_start, col_start), and with dimensions (nrows, ncols).

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row_start <= self.nrows().
  • col_start <= self.ncols().
  • nrows <= self.nrows() - row_start.
  • ncols <= self.ncols() - col_start.
§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![
    [1.0, 5.0, 9.0],
    [2.0, 6.0, 10.0],
    [3.0, 7.0, 11.0],
    [4.0, 8.0, 12.0f64],
];

let view = matrix.as_ref();
let submatrix = view.submatrix(2, 1, 2, 2);

let expected = mat![[7.0, 11.0], [8.0, 12.0f64]];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), submatrix);

pub unsafe fn subrows_unchecked( self, row_start: usize, nrows: usize, ) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the submatrix starting at row row_start, and with number of rows nrows.

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row_start <= self.nrows().
  • nrows <= self.nrows() - row_start.

pub fn subrows(self, row_start: usize, nrows: usize) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the submatrix starting at row row_start, and with number of rows nrows.

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row_start <= self.nrows().
  • nrows <= self.nrows() - row_start.
§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![
    [1.0, 5.0, 9.0],
    [2.0, 6.0, 10.0],
    [3.0, 7.0, 11.0],
    [4.0, 8.0, 12.0f64],
];

let view = matrix.as_ref();
let subrows = view.subrows(1, 2);

let expected = mat![[2.0, 6.0, 10.0], [3.0, 7.0, 11.0],];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), subrows);

pub unsafe fn subcols_unchecked( self, col_start: usize, ncols: usize, ) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the submatrix starting at column col_start, and with number of columns ncols.

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • col_start <= self.ncols().
  • ncols <= self.ncols() - col_start.

pub fn subcols(self, col_start: usize, ncols: usize) -> MatRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the submatrix starting at column col_start, and with number of columns ncols.

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • col_start <= self.ncols().
  • ncols <= self.ncols() - col_start.
§Example
use faer::mat;

let matrix = mat![
    [1.0, 5.0, 9.0],
    [2.0, 6.0, 10.0],
    [3.0, 7.0, 11.0],
    [4.0, 8.0, 12.0f64],
];

let view = matrix.as_ref();
let subcols = view.subcols(2, 1);

let expected = mat![[9.0], [10.0], [11.0], [12.0f64]];
assert_eq!(expected.as_ref(), subcols);

pub unsafe fn row_unchecked(self, row_idx: usize) -> RowRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the row at the given index.

§Safety

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row_idx < self.nrows().

pub fn row(self, row_idx: usize) -> RowRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the row at the given index.

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • row_idx < self.nrows().

pub unsafe fn col_unchecked(self, col_idx: usize) -> ColRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the column at the given index.

§Safety

The behavior is undefined if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • col_idx < self.ncols().

pub fn col(self, col_idx: usize) -> ColRef<'a, E>

Returns a view over the column at the given index.

§Panics

The function panics if any of the following conditions are violated:

  • col_idx < self.ncols().

pub fn column_vector_as_diagonal(self) -> DiagRef<'a, E>

Given a matrix with a single column, returns an object that interprets the column as a diagonal matrix, whoes diagonal elements are values in the column.

pub fn diagonal(self) -> DiagRef<'a, E>

Returns the diagonal of the matrix.

pub fn to_owned(&self) -> Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>
where E: Conjugate,

Returns an owning Mat of the data.

pub fn has_nan(&self) -> bool
where E: ComplexField,

Returns true if any of the elements is NaN, otherwise returns false.

pub fn is_all_finite(&self) -> bool
where E: ComplexField,

Returns true if all of the elements are finite, otherwise returns false.

pub fn norm_max(&self) -> <E as ComplexField>::Real
where E: ComplexField,

Returns the maximum norm of self.

pub fn norm_l1(&self) -> <E as ComplexField>::Real
where E: ComplexField,

Returns the L1 norm of self.

pub fn norm_l2(&self) -> <E as ComplexField>::Real
where E: ComplexField,

Returns the L2 norm of self.

pub fn squared_norm_l2(&self) -> <E as ComplexField>::Real
where E: ComplexField,

Returns the squared L2 norm of self.

pub fn sum(&self) -> E
where E: ComplexField,

Returns the sum of self.

pub fn kron(&self, rhs: impl As2D<E>) -> Mat<E>
where E: ComplexField,

Kroneckor product of self and rhs.

This is an allocating operation; see faer::linalg::kron for the allocation-free version or more info in general.

pub fn as_ref(&self) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Returns a view over the matrix.

pub fn col_chunks(self, chunk_size: usize) -> impl DoubleEndedIterator + 'a

Returns an iterator that provides successive chunks of the columns of this matrix, with each having at most chunk_size columns.

If the number of columns is a multiple of chunk_size, then all chunks have chunk_size columns.

pub fn row_chunks(self, chunk_size: usize) -> impl DoubleEndedIterator + 'a

Returns an iterator that provides successive chunks of the rows of this matrix, with each having at most chunk_size rows.

If the number of rows is a multiple of chunk_size, then all chunks have chunk_size rows.

pub fn par_col_chunks( self, chunk_size: usize, ) -> impl IndexedParallelIterator + 'a

Returns a parallel iterator that provides successive chunks of the columns of this matrix, with each having at most chunk_size columns.

If the number of columns is a multiple of chunk_size, then all chunks have chunk_size columns.

Only available with the rayon feature.

pub fn par_row_chunks( self, chunk_size: usize, ) -> impl IndexedParallelIterator + 'a

Returns a parallel iterator that provides successive chunks of the rows of this matrix, with each having at most chunk_size rows.

If the number of rows is a multiple of chunk_size, then all chunks have chunk_size rows.

Only available with the rayon feature.

pub fn into_par_row_chunks( self, chunk_size: usize, ) -> impl IndexedParallelIterator + 'a

👎Deprecated: replaced by MatRef::par_row_chunks

Returns a parallel iterator that provides successive chunks of the rows of this matrix, with each having at most chunk_size rows.

If the number of rows is a multiple of chunk_size, then all chunks have chunk_size rows.

Only available with the rayon feature.

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impl<'a, E> MatRef<'a, Complex<E>>
where E: RealField,

pub fn real_imag(self) -> Complex<MatRef<'a, E>>

Returns the real and imaginary components of self.

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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&Mat<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &Mat<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<&Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add(self, other: &Mat<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<&Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Mat<LhsE> as Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Mat<LhsE> as Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<Mat<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add(self, other: Mat<RhsE>) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add(self, other: Mat<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Mat<LhsE> as Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Mat<LhsE> as Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the + operator.
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fn add( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Add<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the + operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> AddAssign<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn add_assign(&mut self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the += operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> AddAssign<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn add_assign(&mut self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the += operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> AddAssign<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn add_assign(&mut self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the += operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> AddAssign<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn add_assign(&mut self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the += operation. Read more
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impl<E> As2D<E> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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fn as_2d_ref(&self) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Convert to a 2D matrix view.
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impl<E> AsMatRef<E> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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fn as_mat_ref(&self) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Convert to a matrix view.
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impl<E> Clone for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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fn clone(&self) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl<'a, FromE, ToE> Coerce<MatRef<'a, ToE>> for MatRef<'a, FromE>
where FromE: Entity, ToE: Entity,

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fn coerce(self) -> MatRef<'a, ToE>

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impl<E> ColBatch<E> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Conjugate,

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type Owned = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Corresponding owning type.
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fn new_owned_zeros( nrows: usize, ncols: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as ColBatch<E>>::Owned

Constructor of the owned type that initializes the values to zero.
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fn new_owned_copied( src: &MatRef<'_, E>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as ColBatch<E>>::Owned

Constructor of the owned type that copies the values.
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fn resize_owned( owned: &mut <MatRef<'_, E> as ColBatch<E>>::Owned, nrows: usize, ncols: usize, )

Resize an owned column or matrix.
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impl<'a, E> Debug for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), Error>

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more
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impl<E> DenseAccess<E> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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fn fetch_single(&self, row: usize, col: usize) -> E

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impl<'a> From<&RArray<f64, [usize; 2]>> for MatRef<'a, f64>

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fn from(value: &RMatrix<f64>) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<MatRef<'_, f64>> for RMatrix<Rfloat>

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fn from(value: MatRef<'_, f64>) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<MatRef<'_, f64>> for RMatrix<f64>

Convert a faer::Mat<f64> into an RMatrix<f64> which is not NA aware.

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fn from(value: MatRef<'_, f64>) -> Self

Convert a faer MatRef into Robj.

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impl From<MatRef<'_, f64>> for Robj

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fn from(value: MatRef<'_, f64>) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl<E> Index<(usize, usize)> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: SimpleEntity,

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type Output = E

The returned type after indexing.
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fn index(&self, _: (usize, usize)) -> &E

Performs the indexing (container[index]) operation. Read more
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impl<E> IntoConst for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

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fn into_const(self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as IntoConst>::Target

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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<'a> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Item = Read<'a, E>

Item produced by the zipped views.
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( &'a mut self, _: <MatRef<'_, E> as MaybeContiguous>::Index, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<'a>>::Item

Get the item at the given index, skipping bound checks.
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unsafe fn get_from_slice_unchecked( slice: &'a mut <MatRef<'_, E> as MaybeContiguous>::Slice, idx: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<'a>>::Item

Get the item at the given slice position, skipping bound checks.
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fn is_contiguous(&self) -> bool

Checks if the zipped matrices are contiguous.
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fn preferred_layout( &self, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MaybeContiguous>::LayoutTransform

Computes the preferred iteration layout of the matrices.
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fn with_layout( self, layout: <MatRef<'_, E> as MaybeContiguous>::LayoutTransform, ) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Applies the layout transformation to the matrices.
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impl<E> MatIndex<Range<usize>, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: Range<usize>, col: Range<usize>, ) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<Range<usize>, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = ColRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: Range<usize>, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<Range<usize>, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E> MatIndex<RangeFrom<usize>, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RangeFrom<usize>, col: Range<usize>, ) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<RangeFrom<usize>, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = ColRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: RangeFrom<usize>, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RangeFrom<usize>, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E> MatIndex<RangeFull, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get(this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RangeFull, col: Range<usize>) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<RangeFull, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = ColRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: RangeFull, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RangeFull, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E> MatIndex<RangeInclusive<usize>, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RangeInclusive<usize>, col: Range<usize>, ) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<RangeInclusive<usize>, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = ColRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: RangeInclusive<usize>, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RangeInclusive<usize>, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E> MatIndex<RangeTo<usize>, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RangeTo<usize>, col: Range<usize>, ) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<RangeTo<usize>, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = ColRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: RangeTo<usize>, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RangeTo<usize>, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E> MatIndex<RangeToInclusive<usize>, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'_, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RangeToInclusive<usize>, col: Range<usize>, ) -> MatRef<'_, E>

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<RangeToInclusive<usize>, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = ColRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: RangeToInclusive<usize>, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<RangeToInclusive<usize>, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E, RowRange> MatIndex<RowRange, RangeFrom<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity, MatRef<'_, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>,

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type Target = <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RowRange, col: RangeFrom<usize>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E, RowRange> MatIndex<RowRange, RangeFull> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity, MatRef<'_, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>,

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type Target = <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RowRange, col: RangeFull, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E, RowRange> MatIndex<RowRange, RangeInclusive<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity, MatRef<'_, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>,

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type Target = <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RowRange, col: RangeInclusive<usize>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E, RowRange> MatIndex<RowRange, RangeTo<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity, MatRef<'_, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>,

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type Target = <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RowRange, col: RangeTo<usize>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<E, RowRange> MatIndex<RowRange, RangeToInclusive<usize>> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity, MatRef<'_, E>: MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>,

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type Target = <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'_, E>, row: RowRange, col: RangeToInclusive<usize>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatIndex<RowRange, Range<usize>>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<usize, Range<usize>> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = RowRef<'a, E>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: usize, col: Range<usize>, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<usize, Range<usize>>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: Self, row: RowRange, col: ColRange, ) -> Self::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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impl<'a, E> MatIndex<usize, usize> for MatRef<'a, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = <<E as Entity>::Group as ForType>::FaerOf<&'a <E as Entity>::Unit>

Resulting type of the indexing operation.
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unsafe fn get_unchecked( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: usize, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<usize, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col), without bound checks.
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fn get( this: MatRef<'a, E>, row: usize, col: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'a, E> as MatIndex<usize, usize>>::Target

Index the matrix at (row, col).
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impl<E> MatShape for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Rows = usize

Type of rows.
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type Cols = usize

Type of columns.
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fn nrows(&self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatShape>::Rows

Returns the number of rows.
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fn ncols(&self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MatShape>::Cols

Returns the number of columns.
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impl<E> Matrix<E> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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fn access(&self) -> Access<'_, E>

Expose dense or sparse access to the matrix.
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impl<E> MaybeContiguous for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Index = (usize, usize)

Indexing type.
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type Slice = <<E as Entity>::Group as ForType>::FaerOf<&'static [MaybeUninit<<E as Entity>::Unit>]>

Contiguous slice type.
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type LayoutTransform = MatLayoutTransform

Layout transformation type.
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unsafe fn get_slice_unchecked( &mut self, _: <MatRef<'_, E> as MaybeContiguous>::Index, n_elems: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as MaybeContiguous>::Slice

Returns slice at index of length n_elems.
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&Col<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &Col<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&Col<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&Col<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: &Col<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&Col<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&ColMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &ColMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&ColMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&ColMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &ColMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&ColMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&ColRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &ColRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&ColRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&ColRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &ColRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&ColRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&Diag<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &Diag<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&Diag<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&Diag<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &Diag<RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&Diag<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&DiagMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &DiagMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&DiagMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&DiagMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &DiagMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&DiagMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&DiagRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &DiagRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&DiagRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&DiagRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &DiagRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&DiagRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&Mat<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &Mat<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: &Mat<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>> for &Perm<I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: &MatRef<'_, E>) -> <&Perm<I> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>> for &PermRef<'_, I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, E>, ) -> <&PermRef<'_, I> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>> for Perm<I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: &MatRef<'_, E>) -> <Perm<I> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>> for PermRef<'_, I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, E>, ) -> <PermRef<'_, I> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Diag<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Diag<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &DiagMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&DiagMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &DiagRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&DiagRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Mat<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Row<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Row<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &RowMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&RowMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &RowRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&RowRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseColMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseColMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseRowMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseRowMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Diag<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Diag<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for DiagMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <DiagMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for DiagRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <DiagRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Mat<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Row<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Row<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for RowMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <RowMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for RowRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <RowRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Scale<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Scale<LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseColMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseColMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseRowMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseRowMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&Perm<I>> for &MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: &Perm<I>) -> <&MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<&Perm<I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&Perm<I>> for MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: &Perm<I>) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<&Perm<I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&PermRef<'_, I>> for &MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &PermRef<'_, I>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<&PermRef<'_, I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<&PermRef<'_, I>> for MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &PermRef<'_, I>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<&PermRef<'_, I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseColMat<I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseColMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseColMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseColMat<I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseColMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseColMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<&SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: &SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<&SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Col<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Col<RhsE>) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Col<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Col<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Col<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Col<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<ColMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: ColMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<ColMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<ColMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: ColMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<ColMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<ColRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: ColRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<ColRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<ColRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Col<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: ColRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<ColRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Diag<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: Diag<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Diag<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Diag<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Diag<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Diag<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<DiagMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: DiagMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<DiagMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<DiagMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: DiagMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<DiagMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<DiagRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: DiagRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<DiagRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<DiagRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: DiagRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<DiagRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Mat<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Mat<RhsE>) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Mat<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<MatRef<'_, E>> for &Perm<I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: MatRef<'_, E>) -> <&Perm<I> as Mul<MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<MatRef<'_, E>> for &PermRef<'_, I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, E>, ) -> <&PermRef<'_, I> as Mul<MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<MatRef<'_, E>> for Perm<I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: MatRef<'_, E>) -> <Perm<I> as Mul<MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<MatRef<'_, E>> for PermRef<'_, I>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, E>, ) -> <PermRef<'_, I> as Mul<MatRef<'_, E>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Diag<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Diag<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &DiagMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&DiagMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &DiagRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&DiagRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Mat<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Row<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Row<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &RowMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&RowMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &RowRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&RowRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseColMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseColMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseRowMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseRowMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Diag<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Diag<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for DiagMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <DiagMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for DiagRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <DiagRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Mat<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Row<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Row<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for RowMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <RowMut<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for RowRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Row<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <RowRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Scale<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Scale<LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseColMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseColMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseColMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseColMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseRowMat<I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseRowMat<I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, LhsE> as Mul<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<Perm<I>> for &MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Perm<I>) -> <&MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<Perm<I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<Perm<I>> for MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, other: Perm<I>) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<Perm<I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<PermRef<'_, I>> for &MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: PermRef<'_, I>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<PermRef<'_, I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E> Mul<PermRef<'_, I>> for MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: PermRef<'_, I>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as Mul<PermRef<'_, I>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Scale<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: Scale<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Scale<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<Scale<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul(self, rhs: Scale<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<Scale<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseColMat<I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseColMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseColMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseColMat<I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseColMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseColMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseColMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseColMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseRowMat<I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseRowMatMut<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, <E as Conjugate>::Canonical: ComplexField,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, other: SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<I, E, LhsE, RhsE> Mul<SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where I: Index, E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the * operator.
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fn mul( self, rhs: SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Mul<SparseRowMatRef<'_, I, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the * operation. Read more
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impl<E> Neg for &MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn neg(self) -> <&MatRef<'_, E> as Neg>::Output

Performs the unary - operation. Read more
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impl<E> Neg for MatRef<'_, E>

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type Output = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn neg(self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as Neg>::Output

Performs the unary - operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> PartialEq<Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: Conjugate, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = <LhsE as Conjugate>::Canonical>,

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fn eq(&self, other: &Mat<RhsE>) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason.
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> PartialEq<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: Conjugate, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = <LhsE as Conjugate>::Canonical>,

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fn eq(&self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason.
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> PartialEq<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where LhsE: Conjugate, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = <LhsE as Conjugate>::Canonical>,

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fn eq(&self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason.
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> PartialEq<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: Conjugate, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = <LhsE as Conjugate>::Canonical>,

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fn eq(&self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason.
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> PartialEq<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: Conjugate, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = <LhsE as Conjugate>::Canonical>,

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fn eq(&self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason.
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impl<'short, E> Reborrow<'short> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'short, E>

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fn rb(&'short self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as Reborrow<'short>>::Target

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impl<'short, E> ReborrowMut<'short> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target = MatRef<'short, E>

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fn rb_mut(&'short mut self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as ReborrowMut<'short>>::Target

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impl<E> RowBatch<E> for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Conjugate,

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type Owned = Mat<<E as Conjugate>::Canonical>

Corresponding owning type.
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fn new_owned_zeros( nrows: usize, ncols: usize, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as RowBatch<E>>::Owned

Constructor of the owned type that initializes the values to zero.
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fn new_owned_copied( src: &MatRef<'_, E>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as RowBatch<E>>::Owned

Constructor of the owned type that copies the values.
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fn resize_owned( owned: &mut <MatRef<'_, E> as RowBatch<E>>::Owned, nrows: usize, ncols: usize, )

Resize an owned column or matrix.
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impl<E> Serialize for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity + Serialize,

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fn serialize<S>( &self, s: S, ) -> Result<<S as Serializer>::Ok, <S as Serializer>::Error>
where S: Serializer,

Serialize this value into the given Serde serializer. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&Mat<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &Mat<RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub(self, other: &Mat<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Mat<LhsE> as Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Mat<LhsE> as Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<Mat<RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub(self, other: Mat<RhsE>) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<Mat<RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub(self, other: Mat<RhsE>) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<Mat<RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatMut<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatMut<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<MatMut<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&Mat<LhsE> as Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for &MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <&MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <Mat<LhsE> as Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatMut<'_, LhsE> as Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<E, LhsE, RhsE> Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatRef<'_, LhsE>
where E: ComplexField, LhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = E>,

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type Output = Mat<E>

The resulting type after applying the - operator.
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fn sub( self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>, ) -> <MatRef<'_, LhsE> as Sub<MatRef<'_, RhsE>>>::Output

Performs the - operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> SubAssign<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn sub_assign(&mut self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the -= operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> SubAssign<&MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn sub_assign(&mut self, other: &MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the -= operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> SubAssign<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for Mat<LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn sub_assign(&mut self, other: MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the -= operation. Read more
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impl<LhsE, RhsE> SubAssign<MatRef<'_, RhsE>> for MatMut<'_, LhsE>
where LhsE: ComplexField, RhsE: Conjugate<Canonical = LhsE>,

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fn sub_assign(&mut self, rhs: MatRef<'_, RhsE>)

Performs the -= operation. Read more
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impl<'a> TryFrom<&Robj> for MatRef<'a, f64>

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type Error = Error

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.
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fn try_from(robj: &Robj) -> Result<Self>

Performs the conversion.
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impl<'a> TryFrom<Robj> for MatRef<'a, f64>

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type Error = Error

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.
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fn try_from(robj: Robj) -> Result<Self>

Performs the conversion.
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impl<E> ViewMut for &MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target<'a> = MatRef<'a, E> where &MatRef<'_, E>: 'a

View type.
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fn view_mut(&mut self) -> <&MatRef<'_, E> as ViewMut>::Target<'_>

Returns the view over self.
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impl<E> ViewMut for &mut MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target<'a> = MatRef<'a, E> where &mut MatRef<'_, E>: 'a

View type.
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fn view_mut(&mut self) -> <&mut MatRef<'_, E> as ViewMut>::Target<'_>

Returns the view over self.
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impl<E> ViewMut for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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type Target<'a> = MatRef<'a, E> where MatRef<'_, E>: 'a

View type.
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fn view_mut(&mut self) -> <MatRef<'_, E> as ViewMut>::Target<'_>

Returns the view over self.
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impl<E> Copy for MatRef<'_, E>
where E: Entity,

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impl<'a, E> Freeze for MatRef<'a, E>
where <<E as Entity>::Group as ForCopyType>::FaerOfCopy<NonNull<<E as Entity>::Unit>>: Freeze,

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impl<'a, E> RefUnwindSafe for MatRef<'a, E>
where <<E as Entity>::Group as ForCopyType>::FaerOfCopy<NonNull<<E as Entity>::Unit>>: RefUnwindSafe, E: RefUnwindSafe,

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impl<'a, E> Send for MatRef<'a, E>

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impl<'a, E> Sync for MatRef<'a, E>

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impl<'a, E> Unpin for MatRef<'a, E>
where <<E as Entity>::Group as ForCopyType>::FaerOfCopy<NonNull<<E as Entity>::Unit>>: Unpin,

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impl<'a, E> UnwindSafe for MatRef<'a, E>
where <<E as Entity>::Group as ForCopyType>::FaerOfCopy<NonNull<<E as Entity>::Unit>>: UnwindSafe, E: RefUnwindSafe,

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