solution to the nearby lattice point problem
list of lists or Matrix of real numbers; must be square
list or Vector of real numbers; the number of elements must equal the number of rows of B
The NearestLatticePoint function returns a w such that there exists a constant C that depends only on the dimension of the lattice with basis B such that for every point u in the lattice with basis B we have
If B is a list of lists, then each inner list is interpreted as a basis vector.
If B is a Matrix, then each row is interpreted as a basis vector.
B ≔ 213,0,0,ⅇ2,1,0,0,Pi⋅100,1:
v ≔ 7.01,8.01,gamma:
B ≔ Matrix⁡−127230625746351104,1,0,9032571691,0,0,−7265292251119526656,4772995,1:
v ≔ Vector⁡71.01,18.01,Pi4:
The NumberTheory[NearestLatticePoint] command was introduced in Maple 2016.
For more information on Maple 2016 changes, see Updates in Maple 2016.
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