Input:

A sequence of real or complex
numbers specified in the** Lindep **field.
They may be input as floating point approximations or as exact numbers.
In the latter case, it will first be evaluated
in floating point at precision specified in the

Description:

The Lindep function uses the LLL or the PSLQ algorithms to find a vector of integers such that its dot-product with the vector of input numbers is zero, i.e. it finds an integer linear dependence among the input numbers.

Note

If no integer relation of
given precision exist among the input numbers, then Lindep outputs coefficients
of size roughly equal to the given precision divided by the cardinality
of the input.

Applications
of Integer Relation Algorithms

by Jonathan M. Borwein and
Petr Lisonek, Discrete Mathematics (Special issue for FPSAC 1997)

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Agnes Szanto

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