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mex file only found when in working directory, but not when in search path

If the MEX file is compiled with MSVS you might need to install the appropriate Redistributable on the target PC.

mex file only found when in working directory, but not when in search path

If the MEX file is compiled with MSVS you might need to install the appropriate Redistributable on the target PC.

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How can I generate a set containing all possible combinations?

A = nchoosek(1:8,4); A = num2cell(reshape(A',2,2,[]),[1 2]); A = A(:); % display A{:} Produces 70 2x2 matrices

How can I generate a set containing all possible combinations?

A = nchoosek(1:8,4); A = num2cell(reshape(A',2,2,[]),[1 2]); A = A(:); % display A{:} Produces 70 2x2 matrices

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New feature Mex Out-of-Process

In the R2019a, there is a new feature that I think it's useful for people like me(us) that uses heavily MEX in the projects. ht...

24 days ago | 0 answers | 0

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Create an accurate boundary around 2D point cloud horizontal plane

You might take a look at traveling saleman problem, there are several efficient implementation in File Exchange

Create an accurate boundary around 2D point cloud horizontal plane

You might take a look at traveling saleman problem, there are several efficient implementation in File Exchange

29 days ago | 1

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How to mask a circle in perspective projection?

@Maayan please make an effort to give feedback to various answer/questions addressed to you. Just update the persective code in...

How to mask a circle in perspective projection?

@Maayan please make an effort to give feedback to various answer/questions addressed to you. Just update the persective code in...

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Update and Matlab Compenent Runtime

Does anyone know if the MCR installer (for compiled version of a code) gets an update whenever the regular MATLAB get an update ...

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Release note of the update?

Is there a release note for the update in general, for Update2 R2018B in particular? Just wonder since the update 2 of R2018B a...

3 months ago | 1 answer | 0

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Optimize the Max Min over two sets for the given function

For ant row a_j, the inner equation argmin_lambda || sum (lambda_i * b_i - a_j) ||^2 lambda >= 0 sum(lambda_i) = 1 can be s...

Optimize the Max Min over two sets for the given function

For ant row a_j, the inner equation argmin_lambda || sum (lambda_i * b_i - a_j) ||^2 lambda >= 0 sum(lambda_i) = 1 can be s...

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How to efficiently compare two matrix to get a single reference value?

TrueVal= [1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 1 2]'; Predicted=[1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 3 2]'; [ut,~,it] = unique(TrueVal); [up,~,ip] = unique(Pre...

How to efficiently compare two matrix to get a single reference value?

TrueVal= [1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 1 2]'; Predicted=[1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 3 2]'; [ut,~,it] = unique(TrueVal); [up,~,ip] = unique(Pre...

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Flipping a plot by 180 degrees

[x,y]=find(peaks>0.7) close all subplot(2,1,1); plot(x,y,'or') subplot(2,1,2); plot(x,y,'or'); % This command will r...

Flipping a plot by 180 degrees

[x,y]=find(peaks>0.7) close all subplot(2,1,1); plot(x,y,'or') subplot(2,1,2); plot(x,y,'or'); % This command will r...

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gauss elimination or inverse

P = polyfit(x(:),y(:),n-1); a = P(1); b = P(2); ... c = P(n);

gauss elimination or inverse

P = polyfit(x(:),y(:),n-1); a = P(1); b = P(2); ... c = P(n);

3 months ago | 1

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Error using:mtimesx_build.m

If you run recent MATLAB you also must change the line #166 of mtimex_build.m to mexopts = [prefdir '\mex_C_win64.xml'];

Error using:mtimesx_build.m

If you run recent MATLAB you also must change the line #166 of mtimex_build.m to mexopts = [prefdir '\mex_C_win64.xml'];

3 months ago | 0

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How to create a random binary matrix with equal number of ones in each column and equal number of 1 in each row ?

See the same question here

How to create a random binary matrix with equal number of ones in each column and equal number of 1 in each row ?

See the same question here

3 months ago | 0

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replacing for loop with more efficient code

% Generate test matrices m = 5; n = 10; S = rand(n,n); S = 0.5*(S + S.'); X = rand(n,n); X = 0.5*(X + X.'); A = zeros(n...

replacing for loop with more efficient code

% Generate test matrices m = 5; n = 10; S = rand(n,n); S = 0.5*(S + S.'); X = rand(n,n); X = 0.5*(X + X.'); A = zeros(n...

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Generate N random uniformly distributed points in the d-ball

d = 3 n = 10000; % s is (d x n), n points in unit d-ball s = randn(d,n); r = rand(1,n).^(1/d); c = r./sqrt(sum(s.^2,1)); ...

Generate N random uniformly distributed points in the d-ball

d = 3 n = 10000; % s is (d x n), n points in unit d-ball s = randn(d,n); r = rand(1,n).^(1/d); c = r./sqrt(sum(s.^2,1)); ...

3 months ago | 0

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What happened to the figure toolbar in R2018b? Why is it an axes toolbar? How can I put the buttons back?

"We’d like to move towards being able to define interactions at the axes level, instead of the figure level, since interactions ...

What happened to the figure toolbar in R2018b? Why is it an axes toolbar? How can I put the buttons back?

"We’d like to move towards being able to define interactions at the axes level, instead of the figure level, since interactions ...

3 months ago | 1

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Difference between angle2dcm and eul2rotm (same angle sequence, different result)

I check and the eul2rotm command returns the rotation matrix according to Wikipedia definition of euler z-y'-x" intrinsic to rot...

Difference between angle2dcm and eul2rotm (same angle sequence, different result)

I check and the eul2rotm command returns the rotation matrix according to Wikipedia definition of euler z-y'-x" intrinsic to rot...

4 months ago | 0

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Average the 3rd dimension in a matrix

Mean every 4 indices of the third dimension A=rand(360,181,360); [m,n,p] = size(A); m = mean(permute(reshape(A,m,n,4,[]),[1 ...

Average the 3rd dimension in a matrix

Mean every 4 indices of the third dimension A=rand(360,181,360); [m,n,p] = size(A); m = mean(permute(reshape(A,m,n,4,[]),[1 ...

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Remove rows with consecutive numbers

A = [1 2 3 4 5; 3 5 7 9 11; 1 1 4 5 7; 3 5 6 6 9; ...

Remove rows with consecutive numbers

A = [1 2 3 4 5; 3 5 7 9 11; 1 1 4 5 7; 3 5 6 6 9; ...

4 months ago | 0

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How to find curvature(k) of plane curve have having using it's position points (x & y) equally spaced with arc length s.

Big Curvature -> red Small Curvature -> blue % Dummy test data t = 1:7; x = rand(size(t)); y = rand(size(t)); fx = spl...

How to find curvature(k) of plane curve have having using it's position points (x & y) equally spaced with arc length s.

Big Curvature -> red Small Curvature -> blue % Dummy test data t = 1:7; x = rand(size(t)); y = rand(size(t)); fx = spl...

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Is there a way to start indexing with 0 in MATLAB?

Yes, but you won't get much support by built-in array stock function >> M = containers.Map('KeyType','uint32','ValueType','dou...

Is there a way to start indexing with 0 in MATLAB?

Yes, but you won't get much support by built-in array stock function >> M = containers.Map('KeyType','uint32','ValueType','dou...

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Rotational symmetries of cubic crystal structures

xcord=[0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1]; ycord=[0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1]; zcord=[0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1]; xyz = [xcord; ycord; zcord]; theta = pi/3; M =...

Rotational symmetries of cubic crystal structures

xcord=[0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1]; ycord=[0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1]; zcord=[0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1]; xyz = [xcord; ycord; zcord]; theta = pi/3; M =...

4 months ago | 1

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how to find maximum distance of convex polygon for each point in a convex hull?

This is a method that provides the maximum distance that has better complexity than computing distance of all pairs as other ans...

how to find maximum distance of convex polygon for each point in a convex hull?

This is a method that provides the maximum distance that has better complexity than computing distance of all pairs as other ans...

4 months ago | 0

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Rotate a Matrix by Finding an Axis

Here is the code to find the largest distance between 2 white pixels. Once finding it you can compute the angle and rotate the ...

Rotate a Matrix by Finding an Axis

Here is the code to find the largest distance between 2 white pixels. Once finding it you can compute the angle and rotate the ...

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Optimize the Max Min over two sets for the given function

Not sure why this bla-bla about convex that makes your statement confusing. There is no continuous variable in the quantity f2 =...

Optimize the Max Min over two sets for the given function

Not sure why this bla-bla about convex that makes your statement confusing. There is no continuous variable in the quantity f2 =...

4 months ago | 0

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Solve for diagonal matrix D by minimizing the operator norm in Matlab

fminunc, fmincon and family.

Solve for diagonal matrix D by minimizing the operator norm in Matlab

fminunc, fmincon and family.

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Creating an image of first non-zero values in a 3d matrix

[maxval,firstNonZero] = max(im_datacube ~= 0, [], 3); firstNonZero(~maxval) = NaN; % pixel where 1 is not found along the 3rd d...

Creating an image of first non-zero values in a 3d matrix

[maxval,firstNonZero] = max(im_datacube ~= 0, [], 3); firstNonZero(~maxval) = NaN; % pixel where 1 is not found along the 3rd d...

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Determine eigvector through eigvalue without using eig

null(A - lambda * eye(size(A))

Determine eigvector through eigvalue without using eig

null(A - lambda * eye(size(A))

4 months ago | 0

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How to count the number of consecutive identical element of each row in a binary matrix?

A = [0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0; 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0; 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1] m = size(A,1); B = A'; b = [true(1,m); diff(B)~=0]; ...

How to count the number of consecutive identical element of each row in a binary matrix?

A = [0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0; 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0; 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1] m = size(A,1); B = A'; b = [true(1,m); diff(B)~=0]; ...

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