Ticket #9773: trac_9773-abelian-groups-draft-6.patch

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  • sage/groups/all.py

    # HG changeset patch
    # User Rob Beezer <beezer@ups.edu>
    # Date 1344393796 18000
    # Node ID 1c036fcd5ebee34ced71852847695cf55e34179c
    # Parent  90cdc6a8ad4e4bed83142b4ca0e6c551acd73204
    * * *
    9773: finitely-generated abelian groups
    
    diff --git a/sage/groups/all.py b/sage/groups/all.py
    a b  
    1111
    1212from class_function import ClassFunction
    1313
     14from fg_abelian.all import *
     15
    1416from additive_abelian.all import *
  • new file sage/groups/fg_abelian/all.py

    diff --git a/sage/groups/fg_abelian/__init__.py b/sage/groups/fg_abelian/__init__.py
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    diff --git a/sage/groups/fg_abelian/all.py b/sage/groups/fg_abelian/all.py
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     1from sage.groups.fg_abelian.fg_abelian_group import *
     2
     3from sage.groups.fg_abelian.units_modm import UnitsModmGroup
     4
     5from sage.groups.fg_abelian.direct_product_cyclic import CyclicProductGroup
     6
     7from sage.groups.fg_abelian.cyclic import CyclicGroup
     8
     9
  • new file sage/groups/fg_abelian/cyclic.py

    diff --git a/sage/groups/fg_abelian/cyclic.py b/sage/groups/fg_abelian/cyclic.py
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     1r"""
     2Abstract Cyclic Group
     3
     4With symbolic elements.
     5
     6Abstract Cyclic Groups ::
     7
     8    sage: C = CyclicGroup(12, 'b')
     9    sage: C
     10    Cyclic group of order 12 generated by b
     11    sage: list(C)
     12    [1, b, b^2, b^3, b^4, b^5, b^6, b^7, b^8, b^9, b^10, b^11]
     13    sage: C.order()
     14    12
     15    sage: C.invariants()
     16    (12,)
     17    sage: C.gens()
     18    (b,)
     19    sage: dd = list(C)[3]
     20    sage: dd
     21    b^3
     22    sage: dd * dd * dd * dd * dd * dd
     23    b^6
     24    sage: D = C.subgroup([dd])
     25    sage: D
     26    Subgroup of (Cyclic group of order 12 generated by b) generated by b^3
     27    sage: D.order()
     28    4
     29    sage: D.invariants()
     30    (4,)
     31    sage: D.gens()
     32    (b^3,)
     33    sage: # TestSuite(C).run()
     34
     35A generator syntax may be used to create cyclic groups ::
     36
     37    sage: B.<c> = CyclicGroup(10)
     38    sage: B
     39    Cyclic group of order 10 generated by c
     40    sage: list(B)
     41    [1, c, c^2, c^3, c^4, c^5, c^6, c^7, c^8, c^9]
     42    sage: B.gens()
     43    (c,)
     44    sage: B._first_ngens(1)
     45    (c,)
     46
     47And the infinite cyclic group.  ::
     48
     49    sage: G.<y> = CyclicGroup(0)
     50    sage: G
     51    Cyclic group of order +Infinity generated by y
     52    sage: G.gens()
     53    (y,)
     54"""
     55
     56from sage.groups.fg_abelian.fg_abelian_group import _cover_and_relations_from_moduli, MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement, MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class
     57
     58# Function for creation of ambient group
     59def CyclicGroup(n, names='a'):
     60    r"""
     61    Makes the following syntax possible
     62    In:     preparse("C.<b> = CyclicGroup(10)")
     63    Actual: "C = CyclicGroup(Integer(10), names=('b',)); (b,) = C._first_ngens(1)"
     64    """
     65    from sage.symbolic.ring import var
     66    cover, relations = _cover_and_relations_from_moduli([n])
     67    if not isinstance(names, (list, tuple)):
     68        names = (names,)
     69    ambient_group = CyclicGroup_class(cover, relations, gens=[var(names[0])])
     70    return ambient_group
     71
     72class CyclicGroupElement(MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement):
     73    def __init__(self, parent, x, check=None):
     74        MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement.__init__(self, parent, x, check)
     75
     76class CyclicGroup_class(MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class):
     77    r"""
     78    """
     79    Element = CyclicGroupElement
     80
     81    def __init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=None, gens=None):
     82        MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class.__init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=ambient, gens=gens)
     83
     84    def _first_ngens(self, n):
     85        # only n = 1 makes sense here
     86        # needs adjustment for subgroups
     87        # only implemented enough to support C.<> syntax
     88        return (self._ambient_gens()[0],)
     89       
     90    def _ambient_string(self):
     91        msg = "Cyclic group of order {} generated by {}"
     92        return msg.format(self.ambient().order(), self.ambient().gen(0))
     93       
     94    def classtype(self):
     95        return CyclicGroup_class
  • new file sage/groups/fg_abelian/direct_product_cyclic.py

    diff --git a/sage/groups/fg_abelian/direct_product_cyclic.py b/sage/groups/fg_abelian/direct_product_cyclic.py
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     1r"""
     2Direct Product of Cyclic Groups
     3"""
     4
     5from sage.groups.fg_abelian.fg_abelian_group import _cover_and_relations_from_moduli, AdditiveAbelianFGGroupElement, AdditiveAbelianFGGroup_class
     6
     7
     8# Function to create the ambient group
     9def CyclicProductGroup(factors):
     10    r"""
     11    The additive group formed from the Cartesian product of cyclic groups.
     12   
     13    INPUT:
     14      - ``factors`` - a list or tuple of non-negative integers
     15        that are the orders of the cyclic groups.  A value of zero
     16        indicates an infinite cyclic group.
     17       
     18    OUTPUT:
     19    The external direct product of a cyclic groups (realized
     20    as modular addition) of the orders given in ``factors``.
     21   
     22    EXAMPLES::
     23
     24        sage: H = CyclicProductGroup([3,5,5])
     25        sage: H
     26        Product of cyclic groups: C_3 x C_5 x C_5
     27        sage: H.order()
     28        75
     29        sage: H.cardinality()
     30        75
     31        sage: H.invariants()
     32        (5, 15)
     33       
     34        sage: elts = list(H)
     35        sage: c = H([1,4,1]); c
     36        (1, 4, 1)
     37        sage: c.order()
     38        15
     39        sage: d = H([0, 3, 2]); d
     40        (0, 3, 2)
     41        sage: d.order()
     42        5
     43        sage: e = c + d; e
     44        (1, 2, 3)
     45        sage: e.order()
     46        15
     47       
     48        sage: TestSuite(H).run()
     49
     50        sage: x = H([1,4,1])
     51        sage: y = H([2,0,3])
     52        sage: x, y
     53        ((1, 4, 1), (2, 0, 3))
     54        sage: x.order(), y.order()
     55        (15, 15)
     56        sage: L = H.subgroup([x,y])
     57        sage: L.order()
     58        75
     59        sage: L
     60        Subgroup of (Product of cyclic groups: C_3 x C_5 x C_5) generated by ((0, 0, 1), (1, 2, 0))
     61        sage: L.is_subgroup(H)
     62        True
     63        sage: TestSuite(L).run()
     64       
     65        sage: K = CyclicProductGroup([2,2,4])
     66        sage: sorted(list(K))
     67        [(0, 0, 0), (0, 0, 1), (0, 0, 2), (0, 0, 3),
     68        (1, 0, 0), (1, 0, 1), (1, 0, 2), (1, 0, 3),
     69        (0, 1, 0), (0, 1, 1), (0, 1, 2), (0, 1, 3),
     70        (1, 1, 0), (1, 1, 1), (1, 1, 2), (1, 1, 3)]
     71        sage: TestSuite(K).run()
     72
     73    Infinite orders are fine, but not rigorously tested yet. ::
     74
     75        sage: C = CyclicProductGroup([4, 0, 5])
     76        sage: C
     77        Product of cyclic groups: C_4 x C x C_5
     78        sage: C.order()
     79        +Infinity
     80        sage: C.invariants()
     81        (20, 0)
     82        sage: C.gens()
     83        ((3, 0, 4), (0, 1, 0))
     84
     85        sage: TestSuite(C).run()
     86
     87        sage: a = C(vector(ZZ, (0,4,0))) # might need to change
     88        sage: a
     89        (0, 4, 0)
     90        sage: a.order()
     91        +Infinity
     92        sage: D = C.subgroup([a])
     93        sage: D
     94        Subgroup of (Product of cyclic groups: C_4 x C x C_5) generated by (0, 4, 0)
     95        sage: D.order()
     96        +Infinity
     97       
     98    TESTS::
     99   
     100        sage: CyclicProductGroup('junk')
     101        Traceback (most recent call last):
     102        ...
     103        TypeError: orders of factors must be a list of integers, not junk
     104       
     105        sage: CyclicProductGroup([2, -1, 0, 4])
     106        Traceback (most recent call last):
     107        ...
     108        ValueError: orders of factors must be non-negative, not [2, -1, 0, 4]
     109    """
     110    from sage.rings.all import Integer
     111    try:
     112        factors = [Integer(m) for m in factors]
     113    except TypeError:
     114        msg = "orders of factors must be a list of integers, not {}"
     115        raise TypeError(msg.format(factors))
     116    if not all([x > -1 for x in factors]):
     117        msg = "orders of factors must be non-negative, not {}"
     118        raise ValueError(msg.format(factors))
     119    if len(factors) == 0:  # trivial group
     120        factors = [1]
     121    cover, relations = _cover_and_relations_from_moduli(factors)
     122    ambient_group = CyclicProductGroup_class(cover, relations, gens=cover.gens())
     123    ambient_group._factors = factors
     124    return ambient_group
     125
     126class CyclicProductGroupElement(AdditiveAbelianFGGroupElement):
     127    def __init__(self, parent, x, check=None):
     128        AdditiveAbelianFGGroupElement.__init__(self, parent, x, check)
     129
     130class CyclicProductGroup_class(AdditiveAbelianFGGroup_class):
     131    r"""
     132    """
     133    Element = CyclicProductGroupElement
     134
     135    def __init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=None, gens=None):
     136        AdditiveAbelianFGGroup_class.__init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=ambient, gens=gens)
     137
     138    def _ambient_string(self):
     139        group_names = ["C_{}".format(x) for x in self.ambient()._factors]
     140        name = ' x '.join(group_names).replace('C_0', 'C')
     141        return "Product of cyclic groups: {}".format(name)
     142
     143    def _user_to_optimized(self, user):
     144        r"""
     145        Overriding (a) for speed, (b) for infinite case.
     146        """
     147        try:
     148            return self.element_class(self, self._V(user))._x
     149        except TypeError:
     150            raise  TypeError('{0} is not an element of {1}'.format(user, self))
  • new file sage/groups/fg_abelian/fg_abelian_group.py

    diff --git a/sage/groups/fg_abelian/fg_abelian_group.py b/sage/groups/fg_abelian/fg_abelian_group.py
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     1r"""
     2
     3Wrapper functionality, test copied from "Abelian group" class, amended as needed.
     4We create a toy example based on the Mordell-Weil group of an elliptic curve over `\QQ`
     5(_test_elements fails if the test suite is enabled).
     6
     7::
     8
     9    sage: E = EllipticCurve('30a2')
     10    sage: pts = [E(4,-7,1), E(7/4, -11/8, 1), E(3, -2, 1)]
     11    sage: M = AdditiveAbelianFGGroup( pts, [3, 2, 2])
     12    sage: M
     13    Additive abelian group isomorphic to Z/2 + Z/6 embedded in Abelian group of
     14    points on Elliptic Curve defined by y^2 + x*y + y = x^3 - 19*x + 26 over
     15    Rational Field
     16    sage: M.gens()
     17    ((7/4 : -11/8 : 1), (13 : -52 : 1))
     18    sage: pts[0]+ pts[0]+ pts[2]
     19    (13 : -52 : 1)
     20    sage: 6*M.1
     21    (0 : 1 : 0)
     22    sage: 6000000000000001 * M.1
     23    (13 : -52 : 1)
     24    sage: # TestSuite(E).run()
     25
     26Permutation group representations allow the use of an expanded
     27repertoire of methods (until implemented natively) for finite
     28abelian groups. ::
     29
     30    sage: C.<d> = CyclicGroup(2^4*3^2*5)
     31    sage: C
     32    Cyclic group of order 720 generated by d
     33    sage: C.as_permutation_group()
     34    Permutation Group with generators [(26,27,28,29,30),
     35    (17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25), (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16)]
     36    sage: P=C.as_permutation_group()
     37    sage: P.order()
     38    720
     39    sage: P.is_cyclic()
     40    True
     41    sage: [K.order() for K in P.subgroups()]
     42    [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30,
     43     36, 40, 45, 48, 60, 72, 80, 90, 120, 144, 180, 240, 360, 720]
     44
     45    sage: Q = CyclicProductGroup([3,3,3])
     46    sage: Q
     47    Product of cyclic groups: C_3 x C_3 x C_3
     48    sage: P = Q.as_permutation_group()
     49    sage: P
     50    Permutation Group with generators [(7,8,9), (4,5,6), (1,2,3)]
     51    sage: [K.order() for K in P.subgroups()]
     52    [1, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 27]
     53
     54"""
     55
     56# *PROBLEM*: Muliplicative examples in TestSuite() are commented out above
     57# Failures blame:  _test_additive_associativity, _test_category, _test_prod, _test_zero
     58# The "additive associtivity" and "zero" tests are unexplained
     59
     60
     61from sage.misc.cachefunc import cached_method
     62from sage.rings.all import ZZ
     63from sage.modules.fg_pid.fgp_module import FGP_Module_class, FGP_Element
     64from sage.structure.parent import Parent
     65
     66from sage.categories.commutative_additive_groups import CommutativeAdditiveGroups
     67from sage.categories.groups import Groups
     68
     69# Helper method to build appropriate quotient modules
     70def _cover_and_relations_from_moduli(moduli):
     71    r"""
     72    Utility function to construct modules for a quotient construction.
     73
     74    (Existing code, from sage.groups.additive_abelian.additive_abelian_wrapper)
     75
     76    INPUT:
     77
     78    A list of integers, designating the modulus of each term in
     79    a product of cyclic groups.  A zero implies the term is infinite,
     80    i.e. all of `\ZZ`.
     81
     82    OUTPUT:
     83
     84    Two additive FGP_Modules over `\ZZ`, such that their quotient
     85    is naturally isomorphic to the corresponding product of cyclic
     86    groups with given modulus.
     87
     88    This routine provides the necessary minimum input to create
     89    finitely-generated modules over `\ZZ`.  Classes in this module
     90    will augment this input to create objects tat behave as
     91    finitely-generated groups.  the FGP module class will perform
     92    optimizations on these moduli to achieve a minimal set of generators
     93    and an internal representation that is more economical for certain
     94    computations.
     95
     96    EXAMPLE::
     97
     98        sage: from sage.groups.fg_abelian.fg_abelian_group import _cover_and_relations_from_moduli
     99        sage: _cover_and_relations_from_moduli([0,2,3])
     100        (Ambient free module of rank 3 over the principal ideal domain Integer Ring, Free module of degree 3 and rank 2 over Integer Ring
     101        Echelon basis matrix:
     102        [0 2 0]
     103        [0 0 3])
     104
     105    TESTS::
     106   
     107    An empty list should yield pair of modules whose quotient has a single element. 
     108    This is the case of an empty generating set, which would yield a trivial module.  ::
     109   
     110        sage: _cover_and_relations_from_moduli([])
     111        (Ambient free module of rank 1 over the principal ideal domain Integer Ring,
     112         Free module of degree 1 and rank 1 over Integer Ring
     113         Echelon basis matrix:
     114         [1])
     115
     116    Some error messages.  ::
     117   
     118        sage: _cover_and_relations_from_moduli([5,2.3,0])
     119        Traceback (most recent call last):
     120        ...
     121        ValueError: Moduli must be a list of non-negative integers, not [5, 2.30000000000000, 0]
     122       
     123        sage: _cover_and_relations_from_moduli([0,4,-5,2])
     124        Traceback (most recent call last):
     125        ...
     126        ValueError: Moduli must be a list of non-negative integers, not [0, 4, -5, 2]
     127    """
     128    if not all([x in ZZ for x in moduli]) or not all([x >= 0 for x in moduli]):
     129        raise ValueError('Moduli must be a list of non-negative integers, not %s' % moduli)
     130    if len(moduli) == 0:
     131        moduli = [1]
     132    n = len(moduli)
     133    A = ZZ**n
     134    B = A.span([A.gen(i) * moduli[i] for i in range(n)])
     135    return A, B
     136
     137
     138# Class Hierarchy
     139# ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     140#
     141# AbelianFGGroup_class
     142#     - AdditiveAbelianFGGroup_class
     143#         - CyclicProductGroup_class
     144#     - MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class
     145#         - UnitsModmGroup_class
     146#         - CyclicGroup_class
     147#
     148# User-level creation functions
     149#     - AdditiveAbelianFGGroup (generic)
     150#     - CyclicProductGroup
     151#     - MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup (generic)
     152#     - UnitsModmGroup
     153#     - CyclicGroup
     154
     155
     156#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     157# Abstract Finitely-Generated Abelian Groups
     158#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     159
     160class AbelianFGGroupElement(FGP_Element):
     161    r"""
     162    The main abstract element class:
     163        (a) trade on as much of the FGP Module code as possible
     164        (b) otherwise make general enough to put lots of code here
     165    """
     166
     167    def __init__(self, parent, x, check=None):
     168        FGP_Element.__init__(self, parent, x, check)
     169
     170    def _hermite_lift(self):
     171        r"""
     172        This gives a certain canonical lifting of elements of this group
     173        (represented as a quotient `G/H` of free abelian groups) to `G`, using
     174        the Hermite normal form of the matrix of relations.
     175
     176        Mainly used by the ``_repr_`` method.
     177
     178        Returns an element of the covering free module with positive
     179        entries, each as small as possible.
     180
     181        EXAMPLES::
     182
     183            sage: A = AdditiveAbelianGroup([2, 3])
     184            sage: v = 3000001 * A.0
     185            sage: v.lift()
     186            (3000001, 0)
     187            sage: v._hermite_lift()
     188            (1, 0)
     189        """
     190        y = self.lift()
     191        H = self.parent().W().basis_matrix()
     192
     193        for i in xrange(H.nrows()):
     194            if i in H.pivot_rows():
     195                j = H.pivots()[i]
     196                N = H[i,j]
     197                a = (y[j] - (y[j] % N)) // N
     198                y = y - a*H.row(i)
     199        return y.change_ring(ZZ)
     200
     201    def _optimized_to_user(self):
     202        # convert the optimized value (in self._x via hermite lift)
     203        # to what the user will eventually see
     204        # default is cover module elements, vectors over ZZ
     205        parent = self.parent()
     206        gens = parent._ambient_gens()
     207        v = self._hermite_lift()
     208        # add appropriate number of copies
     209        # s = parent._gens_parent()(0)  # initialize with zero element of gens' parent
     210        s = parent._neutral()  # initialize with zero element of gens' parent
     211        op = parent._info['op']
     212        for i in range(len(gens)):
     213            current_gen = gens[i]
     214            for j in range(v[i]):
     215                s = op(s, current_gen)
     216        return s
     217
     218    def _repr_(self):
     219        return repr(self._optimized_to_user())
     220
     221    def vector(self, gens='minimal'):
     222        r"""
     223        """
     224        from sage.modules.fg_pid.fgp_element import FGP_Element
     225        if gens == 'minimal':
     226            return FGP_Element.vector(self)
     227        elif gens == 'original':
     228            return self._hermite_lift()
     229        else:
     230            pass # error on keyword really
     231       
     232    def decomposition(self, gens='minimal'):
     233        r"""
     234        """
     235        group = self.parent()
     236        if gens == 'minimal':
     237            generators = group.gens()
     238        elif gens == 'original':
     239            generators = group._generators
     240        else:
     241            pass # error on keyword really
     242        gen_coeff = zip(generators, self.vector(gens=gens))
     243        info = group._info # decomposition format info
     244        terms = [(info['term_str']).format(g, c) for g, c in gen_coeff]
     245        return info['op_str'].join(terms)
     246       
     247class AbelianFGGroup_class(FGP_Module_class):
     248    r"""
     249    The main abstract parent class:
     250        (a) trade on as much of the FGP Module code as possible
     251        (b) otherwise make general enough to put lots of code here
     252    """
     253    Element = AbelianFGGroupElement
     254
     255    def __init__(self, cover, relations, category, ambient, gens):
     256        r"""
     257        (a) to create a new (super)group, pass in "ambient=None" and then
     258        also include a list of generators from the structure being emulated.
     259        Ambient will be set to the group being created.
     260        (b) For a new (sub)group pass in the relevant (super)group as "ambient"
     261        and do not give generators (the complete list is part of ambient).
     262        """
     263        if ambient is None:
     264            self._ambient = self
     265            if gens is None:
     266                msg = "creating an (ambient) group requires generators, none were provided"
     267                raise ValueError(msg)
     268            if len(gens) == 0:
     269                msg = "cannot create a trivial group with an empty list, try using the identity element as a single generator"
     270                raise ValueError(msg)
     271            self._generators = gens
     272            # here is where we need a generator of a trivial group
     273            # in order to deduce the parent algebraic structure
     274            self._generators_parent = gens[0].parent()
     275        else:
     276            self._ambient = ambient
     277            if gens:
     278                msg = "generators should not be provided when constructing a subgroup, you gave {}"
     279                raise ValueError(msf.format(gens))
     280        #
     281        # We build the quotient module structure now
     282        # NB: calling the FGP_Module class sets some
     283        # category information incorrectly, and as a consequence
     284        # the multiplicative descendants still try additive
     285        # associativity in the test suites
     286        #
     287        # So we instead mimic the functionality of
     288        # this natural command:
     289        # FGP_Module_class.__init__(self, cover, relations)
     290        #
     291        self._V = cover
     292        self._W = relations
     293        Parent.__init__(self, category=category)
     294
     295    #def _module_constructor(self, V, W, check=True):
     296        #r"""
     297        #Construct a quotient module ``V/W``.
     298
     299        #This should be overridden in derived classes.
     300       
     301        #INPUT:
     302
     303        #- ``V`` -- an R-module.
     304
     305        #- ``W`` -- an R-submodule of ``V``.
     306       
     307        #- ``check`` -- bool (default: True).
     308       
     309        #OUTPUT:
     310
     311        #The quotient ``V/W``.
     312
     313        #EXAMPLES::
     314
     315            #sage: V = span([[1/2,1,1],[3/2,2,1],[0,0,1]],ZZ); W = V.span([2*V.0+4*V.1, 9*V.0+12*V.1, 4*V.2])
     316            #sage: Q = V/W; Q
     317            #Finitely generated module V/W over Integer Ring with invariants (4, 12)
     318            #sage: Q._module_constructor(V,W)
     319            #Finitely generated module V/W over Integer Ring with invariants (4, 12)
     320        #"""
     321        #return AbelianFGGroup_class(V, W, self.category(), self.ambient(), gens=None)
     322
     323    def _user_to_optimized(self, user):
     324        r"""
     325        A naive brute-force discrete log:
     326        Find a module element that converts to a given group element.
     327        Overide if this can be improved in a given class.
     328        Must overide this for infinite groups.
     329        """
     330        opt_iterator = self.__iter__()
     331        try:
     332            while True:
     333                opt = opt_iterator.next()
     334                if opt._optimized_to_user() == user:
     335                    return opt
     336        except StopIteration:
     337            # a TypeError makes FGP_Module's __contain__ functional for FGAGs
     338            # preserve this behavior in methods overriding this one
     339            raise TypeError('{0} is not an element of {1}'.format(user, self))
     340
     341    def _element_constructor_(self, x, check=True):
     342        r"""
     343        """
     344        #if x.__class__ is FGP_Element:
     345            #return x
     346        try:
     347            y = self._gens_parent()(x)
     348            x = self._user_to_optimized(y)
     349        except:
     350            pass
     351       
     352        if isinstance(x, (list,tuple)):
     353            try:
     354                x = self.optimized()[0].V().linear_combination_of_basis(x)
     355            except ValueError, msg:
     356                raise TypeError, msg
     357        elif isinstance(x, FGP_Element):
     358            x = x.lift()
     359        return self.element_class(self, self._V(x))
     360
     361    def _ambient_string(self):
     362        r"""
     363        Override in specialized classes, otherwise
     364        this is generic (modulo multipicative/additive distinction)
     365        """
     366        group_names = ["Z/{}".format(x) for x in self.invariants()]
     367        msg = self._info['adjective_uc'] + " abelian group isomorphic to {} embedded in {}"
     368        return msg.format(' + '.join(group_names), self._gens_parent())
     369       
     370    def _repr_(self):
     371        if self._ambient is self:
     372            return self._ambient_string()
     373        else:
     374            gens = self.gens()
     375            if len(gens) == 1:
     376                gens = gens[0]
     377            msg = "Subgroup of ({}) generated by {}"
     378            return msg.format(self._ambient_string(), gens)       
     379
     380    def _identity(self):
     381        r"""
     382        Zero vector of module,
     383        will be zero element additively,
     384        the one element multiplicatively
     385        """
     386        from sage.modules.free_module_element import zero_vector
     387        zero = zero_vector(ZZ, self.cover().degree())
     388        return self(zero)
     389
     390    def _ambient_gens(self):
     391        return self._ambient._generators
     392
     393    def _gens_parent(self):
     394        return self._ambient._generators_parent
     395
     396    def is_ambient(self):
     397        return self._ambient is self
     398
     399    def ambient(self):
     400        return self._ambient
     401       
     402    def subgroup(self, gens):
     403        r"""
     404        """
     405        import sage.modules.module
     406        S = self.submodule(gens)
     407        return (self.__class__)(S.cover(), S.relations(), ambient=self.ambient())
     408
     409    def is_subgroup(self, other):
     410        if not self.ambient() is other.ambient():
     411            return False
     412        return self.is_submodule(other)
     413       
     414    def order(self):
     415        r"""
     416        Duplicates cardinality from FG PID modules.
     417        """
     418        return self.cardinality()
     419
     420    def as_permutation_group(self):
     421        r"""
     422        Allows full range of properties from permutation group implementation
     423        Prime powers lessen overall degree, using invariants instead
     424        might allow natural isomorphism to Smith form generators
     425        """
     426        from sage.groups.perm_gps.permgroup import  PermutationGroup
     427        # descending list of prime powers characterizing group
     428        pp = [f[0]**f[1] for i in self.invariants() for f in i.factor()]
     429        pp.sort(reverse=True)
     430        gens = []
     431        start = 1
     432        for cycle_length in pp:
     433            gens.append(tuple(range(start, start + cycle_length)))
     434            start = start + cycle_length
     435        return PermutationGroup(gens=gens)
     436       
     437    def is_isomorphic(self, other):
     438        r"""
     439        Improvement:  Allow "other" to be perm group,
     440        then in this case convert self to perm group representation
     441        """
     442        # error check other as fg abelian
     443        return self.invariants() == other.invariants()
     444
     445    def is_abelian(self):
     446        r"""
     447        """
     448        return True
     449
     450    def is_cyclic(self):
     451        r"""
     452        """
     453        return len(self.invariants()) in [0,1]
     454       
     455#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     456# Additive Finitely-Generated Abelian Groups
     457#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     458
     459class AdditiveAbelianFGGroupElement(AbelianFGGroupElement):
     460    pass
     461
     462    #def __init__(self, parent, x, check=None):
     463        #AbelianFGGroupElement.__init__(self, parent, x, check)
     464
     465class AdditiveAbelianFGGroup_class(AbelianFGGroup_class):
     466    r"""
     467    """
     468    import operator
     469
     470    Element = AdditiveAbelianFGGroupElement
     471   
     472    # useful tidbits for the generic class to employ
     473    _info = {'adjective_uc':"Additive", 'adjective_lc':"additive",
     474             'term_str':'{1}*{0}', 'op_str':' + ', 'op':operator.add}
     475
     476    def __init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=None, gens=None):
     477        AbelianFGGroup_class.__init__(self, cover, relations, CommutativeAdditiveGroups(), ambient, gens)
     478
     479    def _neutral(self):
     480        r"""
     481        An element of the right type that is the additive identity.
     482        """
     483        parent = self._gens_parent()
     484        try:
     485            return parent.zero()
     486        except AttributeError:
     487            try:
     488                return parent(0)
     489            except:   # debug here
     490                raise TypeError('unable to construct a "zero" in {}'.format(parent))
     491               
     492    def zero(self):
     493        r"""
     494        """
     495        return self._identity()
     496
     497#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     498# Multiplicative Finitely-Generated Abelian Groups
     499#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     500
     501class MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement(AbelianFGGroupElement):
     502
     503    #def __init__(self, parent, x, check=None):
     504        #AbelianFGGroupElement.__init__(self, parent, x, check)
     505
     506    # Operators
     507    #
     508    # Need imul for test suites (prod() function employs it)
     509    # Clobber add on purpose
     510    # Double-underscore redirect to single underscore
     511   
     512    def _mul_(self, other):
     513        return AbelianFGGroupElement._add_(self, other)
     514
     515    def _invert_(self):
     516        return AbelianFGGroupElement._neg_(self)
     517
     518    def _div_(self, other):
     519        return AbelianFGGroupElement._sub_(self, other)
     520
     521    def _imul_(self, other):
     522        self = self._mul_(other)
     523        return self
     524       
     525    def _add_(self, other):
     526        return NotImplementedError
     527
     528       
     529    def __mul__(self, other):
     530        return self._mul_(other)
     531
     532    def __invert__(self):
     533        return self._invert_()
     534
     535    def __div__(self, other):
     536        return self._div_(self, other)
     537
     538    def __imul__(self, other):
     539        return self._imul_(other)
     540
     541    def __add__(self, other):
     542        return self._add_(other)
     543
     544
     545class MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class(AbelianFGGroup_class):
     546    r"""
     547    """
     548    import operator
     549
     550    Element = MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement
     551
     552    # useful tidbits for the generic class to employ
     553    _info = {'adjective_uc':"Multiplicative", 'adjective_lc':"multiplicative",
     554             'term_str':'{0}^{1}', 'op_str':' * ', 'op':operator.mul}
     555   
     556    def __init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=None, gens=None):
     557        AbelianFGGroup_class.__init__(self, cover, relations, Groups(), ambient, gens)
     558
     559    def _neutral(self):
     560        r"""
     561        An element of the right type that is the multiplicative identity.
     562        """
     563        parent = self._gens_parent()
     564        try:
     565            return parent.one()
     566        except AttributeError:
     567            try:
     568                return parent(1)
     569            except:   # debug here
     570                raise TypeError('unable to construct a "one" in {}'.format(parent))
     571
     572    def one(self):
     573        r"""
     574        """
     575        return self._identity()
     576
     577    # as above, override additive functionality of module code
     578    # return an error?
     579    def zero(self):
     580        r"""
     581        """
     582        return NotImplementedError
     583
     584#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     585# Wrappers
     586#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     587#
     588# These are the generic user-level routines
     589# Input:
     590#    - a list of elements of an algebraic structure, such that
     591#        - addition (or respectively) multiplication is defined
     592#        - the elements commute pairwise
     593#        - all possible products create a set with cardinality
     594#          equal to the product of the element's orders
     595#        - the orders of the generators, 0 denoting infinite order
     596
     597
     598# tested in elliptic curve doctest
     599def AdditiveAbelianFGGroup(generators, factors):
     600    # optionally deduce factors from generators
     601    cover, relations = _cover_and_relations_from_moduli(factors)
     602    ambient_group = AdditiveAbelianFGGroup_class(cover, relations, gens=generators)
     603    return ambient_group
     604
     605# untested, but mirrors previous
     606def MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup(generators, factors):
     607    # optionally deduce factors from generators
     608    cover, relations = _cover_and_relations_from_moduli(factors)
     609    ambient_group = MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class(cover, relations, gens=generators)
     610    return ambient_group
     611
     612#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     613#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     614# Specialized Classes
     615#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     616#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     617#
     618# Three examples of creating specialized fg abelian groups follow:
     619#    - Direct product of cyclic groups, additive
     620#    - Group of units mod m, additively
     621#    - Totally abstract cyclic group
     622#
     623# To implement similar:
     624#     - Create a "factory" function to accept defining input and,
     625#       - create generators
     626#       - compute orders of generators, 0 denoting infinite order
     627#       - add any of the defining input as an attribute of the group
     628#         (likely to be used in text representations)
     629#       - call the class init with "ambient=None" and with the generators
     630#     - create derived element class
     631#       - override _optimized_to_user for efficiency if possible
     632#     - create derived parent class
     633#       - provide "ambient string" for both the group and subgroups text representation
     634#       - implement "classtype" method for use in subgroup creation
     635#
     636
     637
     638
     639       
     640
     641
     642
     643
     644       
     645 No newline at end of file
  • new file sage/groups/fg_abelian/units_modm.py

    diff --git a/sage/groups/fg_abelian/units_modm.py b/sage/groups/fg_abelian/units_modm.py
    new file mode 100644
    - +  
     1r"""
     2Group of Units Mod m
     3
     4The positive integers relatively prime to `m`, which forms a group
     5under multiplication modulo `m`.
     6"""
     7
     8from sage.groups.fg_abelian.fg_abelian_group import _cover_and_relations_from_moduli, MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement, MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class
     9
     10# Creation function for the ambient group
     11def UnitsModmGroup(m):
     12    r"""
     13    The multiplicative group of invertible integers mod m.
     14   
     15    INPUT:
     16   
     17    - ``m`` - an integer greater than 1.
     18   
     19    OUTPUT:
     20   
     21    The positive integers relatively prime to `m`, which forms a group
     22    under multiplication modulo `m`.
     23   
     24    EXAMPLES::
     25   
     26        sage: U = UnitsModmGroup(40)
     27        sage: U
     28        Group of units mod 40
     29        sage: elts = list(U)
     30        sage: sorted(elts)
     31        [1, 17, 9, 33, 31, 7, 39, 23, 21, 37, 29, 13, 11, 27, 19, 3]
     32        sage: a = U(17)
     33        sage: b = U(31)
     34        sage: c = a*b; c
     35        7
     36        sage: [x.order() for x in [a, b, c]]
     37        [4, 2, 4]
     38        sage: U.one()
     39        1
     40        sage: d = U(37); d
     41        37
     42        sage: d^-1
     43        13
     44
     45    We can construct subgroups and observe the relationships between them.
     46    We manipulate the following (cyclic) subgroups, written mathematically as:
     47    `U = U(40)`,
     48    `B = \langle 17\rangle = \{1, 9, 17, 33\}`,
     49    `C = \langle 11\rangle = \{1, 11\}`,
     50    `D = E = \langle 9\rangle = \{1, 9\}`. ::
     51
     52        sage: B = U.subgroup([a])
     53        sage: B
     54        Subgroup of (Group of units mod 40) generated by 17
     55        sage: sorted(list(B))
     56        [1, 17, 9, 33]
     57        sage: B.invariants()
     58        (4,)
     59        sage: B.gens()
     60        (17,)
     61 
     62        sage: U.is_ambient()
     63        True
     64        sage: B.is_ambient()
     65        False
     66        sage: B.ambient() is U
     67        True
     68        sage: B.is_subgroup(U)
     69        True
     70        sage: c = U(11)
     71        sage: C = U.subgroup([c]); C
     72        Subgroup of (Group of units mod 40) generated by 11
     73        sage: sorted(list(C))
     74        [1, 11]
     75        sage: C.is_subgroup(U)
     76        True
     77        sage: B.is_subgroup(C)
     78        False
     79        sage: C.is_subgroup(B)
     80        False
     81        sage: d = U(9)
     82        sage: D = U.subgroup([d]); D
     83        Subgroup of (Group of units mod 40) generated by 9
     84        sage: D.is_subgroup(D)
     85        True
     86        sage: D.is_subgroup(B)
     87        True
     88        sage: E = B.subgroup([d])
     89        sage: E
     90        Subgroup of (Group of units mod 40) generated by 9
     91        sage: E.is_subgroup(B)
     92        True
     93        sage: E.is_subgroup(U)
     94        True
     95        sage: E.is_subgroup(C)
     96        False
     97        sage: D == E
     98        True
     99        sage: C == E
     100        False
     101       
     102    Creating a trivial group takes some care, so we test this corner case.  ::
     103   
     104        sage: T = UnitsModmGroup(2); T
     105        Group of units mod 2
     106        sage: list(T)
     107        [1]
     108       
     109    TESTS::
     110   
     111        sage: UnitsModmGroup('junk')
     112        Traceback (most recent call last):
     113        ...
     114        TypeError: modulus must be an integer, not junk
     115       
     116        sage: UnitsModmGroup(1)
     117        Traceback (most recent call last):
     118        ...
     119        ValueError: modulus must be 2 or greater, not 1
     120
     121        sage: U = UnitsModmGroup(40)
     122        sage: TestSuite(U).run()
     123
     124        sage: a = U(17)
     125        sage: B = U.subgroup([a])
     126        sage: TestSuite(B).run()       
     127    """
     128    from sage.rings.all import Integers, Integer
     129    try:
     130        m = Integer(m)
     131    except TypeError:
     132        raise TypeError('modulus must be an integer, not {}'.format(m))
     133    if m < 2:
     134        raise ValueError('modulus must be 2 or greater, not {}'.format(m))
     135    U = Integers(m)
     136    if m == 2:
     137        generators = [U(1)] # trivial group needs hint of parent
     138    else:
     139        generators = U.unit_gens()
     140    factors = [u.multiplicative_order() for u in generators]
     141    cover, relations = _cover_and_relations_from_moduli(factors)
     142    ambient_group = UnitsModmGroup_class(cover, relations, gens=generators)
     143    ambient_group._modulus = m
     144    return ambient_group
     145
     146class UnitsModmElement(MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement):
     147    def __init__(self, parent, x, check=None):
     148        MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroupElement.__init__(self, parent, x, check)
     149
     150class UnitsModmGroup_class(MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class):
     151
     152    Element = UnitsModmElement
     153
     154    def __init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=None, gens=None):
     155        MultiplicativeAbelianFGGroup_class.__init__(self, cover, relations, ambient=ambient, gens=gens)
     156
     157    def _ambient_string(self):
     158        return "Group of units mod {}".format(self.ambient()._modulus)
     159
     160
  • sage/modules/fg_pid/fgp_module.py

    diff --git a/sage/modules/fg_pid/fgp_module.py b/sage/modules/fg_pid/fgp_module.py
    a b  
    611611            True
    612612        """
    613613#        print '_element_constructor_', x, check
     614        #print "in fgp element constructor"
     615        #raw_input("Keypress")
    614616        if isinstance(x, (list,tuple)):
    615617            try:
     618                #print "element constructor, about to use optimized"
     619                #raw_input("Keypress")
    616620                x = self.optimized()[0].V().linear_combination_of_basis(x)
    617621            except ValueError, msg:
    618622                raise TypeError, msg
     
    10061010        v = self.invariants(include_ones=True)
    10071011        non1 = [i for i in range(Z.nrows()) if v[i] != 1]
    10081012        Z = Z.matrix_from_rows(non1)
    1009         self._gens = tuple([self(z, check=DEBUG) for z in Z.rows()])
     1013        #print "in gens, manufacturing rows, coercing into class:", self.__class__
     1014        #raw_input("Keypress")
     1015        # self._gens = tuple([self(z, check=DEBUG) for z in Z.rows()])
     1016        # self._gens = tuple([self.element_class(self, z, check=DEBUG) for z in Z.rows()])
     1017        self._gens = tuple([self.element_class(self, self._V(z), check=DEBUG) for z in Z.rows()])
    10101018        return self._gens
    10111019
    10121020    def coordinate_vector(self, x, reduce=False):
     
    12071215                return self, None
    12081216            return self.__optimized
    12091217        except AttributeError: pass
     1218        #print "in actual optimizing routine"
     1219        #raw_input("Keypress")
    12101220        V = self._V.span_of_basis([x.lift() for x in self.smith_form_gens()])
    12111221        M = self._module_constructor(V, self._W.intersection(V))
    12121222        # Compute matrix T of linear transformation from self._V to V.
     
    14251435        f = M.V().hom([x.lift() for x in im_smith_gens])
    14261436        N = im_smith_gens.universe()
    14271437        homspace = self.Hom(N)
     1438        ## print "N, homspace, f", N, homspace, f
    14281439        phi = FGP_Morphism(homspace, f, check=DEBUG)
    14291440        return phi
    14301441
  • sage/modules/fg_pid/fgp_morphism.py

    diff --git a/sage/modules/fg_pid/fgp_morphism.py b/sage/modules/fg_pid/fgp_morphism.py
    a b  
    104104                phi = A.Hom(B)(s)
    105105               
    106106            MO, _ = M.optimized()
     107            #print phi.codomain(), type(phi.codomain())
     108            #print N.V(), type(N.V())
     109            #print "Truth:", phi.codomain() == N.V()
    107110            if phi.domain() != MO.V():
    108111                raise ValueError, "domain of phi must be the covering module for the optimized covering module of the domain"
    109112            if phi.codomain() != N.V():
  • setup.py

    diff --git a/setup.py b/setup.py
    a b  
    910910                     'sage.groups',
    911911                     'sage.groups.abelian_gps',
    912912                     'sage.groups.additive_abelian',
     913                     'sage.groups.fg_abelian',
    913914                     'sage.groups.matrix_gps',
    914915                     'sage.groups.perm_gps',
    915916                     'sage.groups.perm_gps.partn_ref',