## 2 variables in single cell

### dinesh kumar mohan (view profile)

on 21 Sep 2019
Latest activity Answered by Dheeraj Singh

### Dheeraj Singh (view profile)

on 3 Oct 2019
a=[1
4,5
7 ]
(1*3 matrix)
B=[1
10
12,14]
(1*3 matrix)
i have a print the max of a and b??

on 21 Sep 2019
dinesh kumar mohan

### dinesh kumar mohan (view profile)

on 21 Sep 2019
from the attchemendt i have to read theexcel and find the critical path and start and finish of each activity.
Guillaume

### Guillaume (view profile)

on 21 Sep 2019
How is what you're now asking in any way related to your original question?

### Dheeraj Singh (view profile)

on 3 Oct 2019

You can try the following approach:
First you can make cell for all processes and populate it with duration of all processes it depends on.
The cell array may look like:
s=cell(7,1);
s{1}=[];%duration 2
s{2}=[];%duration 1
s{3}=[];%duration 3
s{4}=[2 1];%depends on 1 and 2
s{5}=[1 3];%depends on 2 and 3
s{6}=[3];%depends on 3
s{7}=[s{4} s{5} s{6}]%depends on 4,5,6
After getting all the duration populated, we can get the maximum for each column in the following manner:
t=cellfun(@max,s,'UniformOutput',false)
The empty cells mean the process is not dependent on any other process.