On 2017-08-11, Richard_L <richar...@lozestech.com> wrote:
> That's a bit puzzling. In the Sage code, line 36 defines the manifold over
> the real field. That is supposed to be inherited by the chart in line 39:
> M = Manifold(1*3,'R^3',field='real',start_index=1)
> U = M.open_subset('U')
> Rho.<r12,r13,r23> = U.chart("r12:(0,+oo) r13:(0,+oo) r23:(0,+oo)")
> One therefore expects r12, etc. to be real.
Yes, the key point appears to be that domain:complex inhibits a
simplification and that causes 'sign' to fail. The simplest example I
found is this:
(%i3) declare([a,b,c], real);
(%i4) assume(a>0, b>0, c>0);
(%o4) [a > 0,b > 0,c > 0]
(%i5) sign(c - b^(1/3)*c^(1/3));
(%i6) sign(c - (b*c)^(1/3));
[stack overflow here]
Note that (b*c)^(1/3) --> b^(1/3)*c^(1/3) when domain = real but not
domain = complex.
I guess this could be considered a bug in either 'sign' or
simplification. Since b and c are real, the simplification should be
allowed, and then sign can succeed. But sign should be able to handle
the expression even without simplification. Probably it's easier to fix
the simplification, but fixing sign might fix a wider range of problems.
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