
int  hal_ni_QR32f (float *src1, size_t src1_step, int m, int n, int k, float *src2, size_t src2_step, float *dst, int *info) 

int  hal_ni_QR64f (double *src1, size_t src1_step, int m, int n, int k, double *src2, size_t src2_step, double *dst, int *info) 

Performs QR decomposition of \(M\times N\)( \(M>N\)) matrix \(A = Q*R\) and solves matrix equation \(A*X=B\).
 Parameters

src1  pointer to input matrix \(A\) stored in row major order. After finish of work src1 contains upper triangular \(N\times N\) matrix \(R\). Lower triangle of src1 will be filled with vectors of elementary reflectors. See [162] and Lapack's DGEQRF documentation for details. 
src1_step  number of bytes between two consequent rows of matrix \(A\). 
m  number fo rows in matrix \(A\). 
n  number of columns in matrix \(A\). 
k  number of righthand vectors in \(M\times K\) matrix \(B\). 
src2  pointer to \(M\times K\) matrix \(B\) which is the righthand side of system \(A*X=B\). \(B\) stored in row major order. If src2 is null pointer only QR decomposition will be performed. Otherwise system will be solved and src1 will be used as temporary buffer, so after finish of work src2 contains solution \(X\) of system \(A*X=B\). 
src2_step  number of bytes between two consequent rows of matrix \(B\). 
dst  pointer to continiuos \(N\times 1\) array for scalar factors of elementary reflectors. See [162] for details. 
info  indicates success of decomposition. If *info is zero decomposition failed. 
§ hal_ni_QR32f()
int hal_ni_QR32f 
( 
float * 
src1, 


size_t 
src1_step, 


int 
m, 


int 
n, 


int 
k, 


float * 
src2, 


size_t 
src2_step, 


float * 
dst, 


int * 
info 

) 
 
§ hal_ni_QR64f()
int hal_ni_QR64f 
( 
double * 
src1, 


size_t 
src1_step, 


int 
m, 


int 
n, 


int 
k, 


double * 
src2, 


size_t 
src2_step, 


double * 
dst, 


int * 
info 

) 
 