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| <code>qr</code> has already been implemented using the Gram-Schmidt process, which seems to be more accurate and faster than the Cholsky decomposition or Householder reflections used in verqr. No migration needed.
 
| <code>qr</code> has already been implemented using the Gram-Schmidt process, which seems to be more accurate and faster than the Cholsky decomposition or Householder reflections used in verqr. No migration needed.
 
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|<s>verchol (experimental)</s>
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|verchol (experimental)
|style="color:green"| free, migrated
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|style="color:green"| free
| migrated version has been named after the standard Octave function <code>chol</code>
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| todo: check if already implemented as part of <code>qr</code>
 
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|colspan="3"|Interval (or real) data: Linear systems (square)
 
|colspan="3"|Interval (or real) data: Linear systems (square)

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