.. _nmod-mpoly-factor: **nmod_mpoly_factor.h** -- factorisation of multivariate polynomials over integers mod n (word-size n) ====================================================================================================== Types, macros and constants ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .. type:: nmod_mpoly_factor_struct A struct for holding a factored polynomial. There is a single constant and a product of bases to corresponding exponents. .. type:: nmod_mpoly_factor_t An array of length `1` of ``nmod_mpoly_factor_struct``. Memory management -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .. function:: void nmod_mpoly_factor_init(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Initialise *f*. .. function:: void nmod_mpoly_factor_clear(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Clear *f*. Basic manipulation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .. function:: void nmod_mpoly_factor_swap(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, nmod_mpoly_factor_t g, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Efficiently swap *f* and `*g*`. .. function:: slong nmod_mpoly_factor_length(const nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Return the length of the product in *f*. .. function:: void nmod_mpoly_factor_get_constant_ui(const nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Return the constant of *f*. .. function:: void nmod_mpoly_factor_get_base(nmod_mpoly_t p, const nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, slong i, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) void nmod_mpoly_factor_swap_base(nmod_mpoly_t p, nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, slong i, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Set (resp. swap) *B* to (resp. with) the base of the term of index `i` in *A*. .. function:: slong nmod_mpoly_factor_get_exp_si(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, slong i, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Return the exponent of the term of index `i` in *A*. It is assumed to fit an ``slong``. .. function:: void nmod_mpoly_factor_sort(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Sort the product of *f* first by exponent and then by base. Factorisation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A return of `1` indicates that the function was successful. Otherwise, the return is `0` and *f* is undefined. None of these functions multiply *f* by *A*: *f* is simply set to a factorisation of *A*, and thus these functions should not depend on the initial value of the output *f*. .. function:: int nmod_mpoly_factor_squarefree(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_t A, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Set *f* to a factorization of *A* where the bases are primitive and pairwise relatively prime. If the product of all irreducible factors with a given exponent is desired, it is recommend to call :func:`nmod_mpoly_factor_sort` and then multiply the bases with the desired exponent. .. function:: int nmod_mpoly_factor(nmod_mpoly_factor_t f, const nmod_mpoly_t A, const nmod_mpoly_ctx_t ctx) Set *f* to a factorization of *A* where the bases are irreducible.