That's not quite what I'm looking for. Let me provide an example. I have a rowmatrix A that is nxm and I have two local matrices b and c. b is mx1 and c is nx1. In my spark job I wish to perform the following two computations
I don't think this is possible without being able to transpose a rowmatrix. Am I correct?
I have a rowMatrix on which I want to perform two multiplications. The first is a right multiplication with a local matrix which is fine. But after that I also wish to right multiply the transpose of my rowMatrix with a different local matrix. I understand that there is no functionality to transpose a rowMatrix at this time but I was wondering if anyone could suggest a any kind of work-around for this. I had thought that I might be able to initially create two rowMatrices - a normal version and a transposed version - and use either when appropriate. Can anyone think of another alternative?