Updated Mon, 21 Jun 2021 03:36:54 +0000
This example to determine the location of receiver and transmitter on the "actual/real" map and later compute the permutation list of pairs of receiver and transmitter. What is Permutation? A permutation is a mathematical technique that determines the number of possible arrangements in a set when the order of the arrangements matters. (Wikipedia)
MATLAB Mapping Toolbox Contents Table of Contents Overview : Product Focus :
1.0 Tips to display map in MATLAB 2.0 Read GeoTif - Singapore 2.1 Zoom bigger to latitude(1.3-1.4) and longitude(103.7-103.8) 3.0 Plot Area - Potential Location of transmitter and receiver 4.0 Draw the line to connect both Centroid 5.0 Find the coordinate points along the line 6.0 Zoom into Receiver location - get all possible coordinates with equally space inside the area 7.0 Zoom into Receiver location - Get All possible coordinate for Receiver with equally space for boundary 8.0 Break Area into 4 Equal Size Areas 9.0 Permutate to get all the possible pairs of transmitter and receiver 10.0 Write to the text file Helper Function
Kevin Chng (2022). permutation-_list_receiver_transmitter_on_map (https://github.com/KevinChngJY/permutation-_list_receiver_transmitter_on_map/releases/tag/1.0), GitHub. Retrieved .
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