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select cameratoolbar by axes

When using standard zoom/pan/rotate3D we can disable the axes that would not under the interaction with user by setAllowAxesZoo...

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Modular arithmetic for encryption

"1/2" is integer (let us call it "a") so that a*2 = 1 mod 29 This can be obtained by GCD function >> [~,a]=gcd(2,29) a = ...

Modular arithmetic for encryption

"1/2" is integer (let us call it "a") so that a*2 = 1 mod 29 This can be obtained by GCD function >> [~,a]=gcd(2,29) a = ...

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Bug with conv2

The answer is correct. May be you expect the result with sliding sum with unflip kernel which is of course wrong.

Bug with conv2

The answer is correct. May be you expect the result with sliding sum with unflip kernel which is of course wrong.

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How to replace for loop with vectorization?

[iii,jj]=ndgrid(ii,1:size(res,2)); v=accumarray([iii(:) jj(:)], res(:))

How to replace for loop with vectorization?

[iii,jj]=ndgrid(ii,1:size(res,2)); v=accumarray([iii(:) jj(:)], res(:))

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Generate a random matrix without repeating any value in row and column.

A=mod((0:3)+(0:3)',4)+1; R=A(randperm(end),randperm(end))

Generate a random matrix without repeating any value in row and column.

A=mod((0:3)+(0:3)',4)+1; R=A(randperm(end),randperm(end))

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Getting back the solution to Ax=b after reordering A

This is correct: clc clear close all A=[4 1 2 0.5 2;1 0.5 0 0 0;2 0 3 0 0;0.5 0 0 5/8 0;2 0 0 0 16]; % P_amd=amd(A); P_amd...

Getting back the solution to Ax=b after reordering A

This is correct: clc clear close all A=[4 1 2 0.5 2;1 0.5 0 0 0;2 0 3 0 0;0.5 0 0 5/8 0;2 0 0 0 16]; % P_amd=amd(A); P_amd...

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how can i generate the random numbers for specific probabilites

v = [ 0, 15, 25, 35, 45, 20]; % values P = [0.01, 0.15, 0.20, 0.50, 0.12, 0.02]; % the correspond probability c ...

how can i generate the random numbers for specific probabilites

v = [ 0, 15, 25, 35, 45, 20]; % values P = [0.01, 0.15, 0.20, 0.50, 0.12, 0.02]; % the correspond probability c ...

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combination and their sum

A = [4 2; 5 7; 3 1] m = size(A,1); b = dec2bin(0:2^m-1,m)-'0'; C = A((1:m)+m*b).' Result (each column is a co...

combination and their sum

A = [4 2; 5 7; 3 1] m = size(A,1); b = dec2bin(0:2^m-1,m)-'0'; C = A((1:m)+m*b).' Result (each column is a co...

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How to calculate determinant of matrices without loop?

a(:,1).*b(:,2)-a(:,2).*b(:,1)-a(:,1).*b(:,3)+a(:,3).*b(:,1)+a(:,2).*b(:,3)-a(:,3).*b(:,2)

How to calculate determinant of matrices without loop?

a(:,1).*b(:,2)-a(:,2).*b(:,1)-a(:,1).*b(:,3)+a(:,3).*b(:,1)+a(:,2).*b(:,3)-a(:,3).*b(:,2)

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Equality constraint in quadratic programming

Yes, il looks right to me. EDIT: No Q(3,1) must be 0 Q=[2 1 0; 1 4 0 ; 0 0 6]

Equality constraint in quadratic programming

Yes, il looks right to me. EDIT: No Q(3,1) must be 0 Q=[2 1 0; 1 4 0 ; 0 0 6]

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Find matching points from two coordinate systems

Look for the literature of image registration. For simple rotation/scaling/translation you can use Matt J's submission For mo...

Find matching points from two coordinate systems

Look for the literature of image registration. For simple rotation/scaling/translation you can use Matt J's submission For mo...

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How vectorize this operation

n=10 m=3 x=rand(n,1) y=rand(m,1) % your method z = nan(length(x),1);% Just some fake data to define the size of z. could ...

How vectorize this operation

n=10 m=3 x=rand(n,1) y=rand(m,1) % your method z = nan(length(x),1);% Just some fake data to define the size of z. could ...

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Solve Overdetermined Linear System

For overdetermined system the "\" returns least-square solution, meaning it doesn't solve exactly your system, but returnes the ...

Solve Overdetermined Linear System

For overdetermined system the "\" returns least-square solution, meaning it doesn't solve exactly your system, but returnes the ...

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How to remove duplicates in matrix with condition

X = [1 10;2 20;3 30;3 31;3 32]; Xs=sortrows(X); [~,I]=unique(Xs(:,1),'last'); XResult = Xs(I,:)

How to remove duplicates in matrix with condition

X = [1 10;2 20;3 30;3 31;3 32]; Xs=sortrows(X); [~,I]=unique(Xs(:,1),'last'); XResult = Xs(I,:)

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How to taker power of a permutaion matrix

You have 2 ways to compute it, from the permutation itself, or using the permutation matrix then raise a power of it. % Generat...

How to taker power of a permutaion matrix

You have 2 ways to compute it, from the permutation itself, or using the permutation matrix then raise a power of it. % Generat...

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How to design a Toeplitz matrix with negative lower triangle elements and zero main diagonal elements

toeplitz(0:-1:-5,0:5)

How to design a Toeplitz matrix with negative lower triangle elements and zero main diagonal elements

toeplitz(0:-1:-5,0:5)

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How to define a covariance matrix that is positive semi definite?

L=randn(3); sigma=L'*L

How to define a covariance matrix that is positive semi definite?

L=randn(3); sigma=L'*L

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path of a mfile not on search path

When an mfile is not on the search path or current path and when user types the name, MATLAB find it and issues a suggestion >>...

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How to generate a random data vector that follows a constraint

This will generate uniform distribution (within to polytope) N = 10; Etotal = 0; E = -log(rand(N+1,1)); E = E(1:N,:)./sum(...

How to generate a random data vector that follows a constraint

This will generate uniform distribution (within to polytope) N = 10; Etotal = 0; E = -log(rand(N+1,1)); E = E(1:N,:)./sum(...

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Increasing Java Heap Memory of target machine so that EXE runs on target machine with MCR

According to my test, the stand alone app uses the sames amount of java heap memory than your MATLAB preferences. To set the a...

Increasing Java Heap Memory of target machine so that EXE runs on target machine with MCR

According to my test, the stand alone app uses the sames amount of java heap memory than your MATLAB preferences. To set the a...

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Model of a crowd on concert venue or how to distribute random points according to the 2D window distribution

Torsten's rejection might bias the distribution. One of the better approach is to repell the points when they are close to each...

Model of a crowd on concert venue or how to distribute random points according to the 2D window distribution

Torsten's rejection might bias the distribution. One of the better approach is to repell the points when they are close to each...

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How to genetate random number under constraint

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How to genetate random number under constraint

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2 months ago | 0

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How can I evenly distribute Points inside of a triangle?

Use mesh generator like MESH2D

How can I evenly distribute Points inside of a triangle?

Use mesh generator like MESH2D

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What code to make figure window fullscreen with subplot?

Check out This thread hope it's not obsolete. If you run on Windows WindowAPI (Jan's reply) is the only one which makes real ful...

What code to make figure window fullscreen with subplot?

Check out This thread hope it's not obsolete. If you run on Windows WindowAPI (Jan's reply) is the only one which makes real ful...

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could anyone help me to calculate the euclidean distance for the matrix.

Hi Christtine, very good initiative. I think at least 90% of use-case would be p=2.

could anyone help me to calculate the euclidean distance for the matrix.

Hi Christtine, very good initiative. I think at least 90% of use-case would be p=2.

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What is the different between "null" command and "svd" command

Beside the trivial must do "reading the doc" you can just type edit null to see how NULL call SVD and keeps the singular vecto...

What is the different between "null" command and "svd" command

Beside the trivial must do "reading the doc" you can just type edit null to see how NULL call SVD and keeps the singular vecto...

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Is this for-loop vectorizable?

I don't think sequential search can be vectorizable. You might improve a bit of the search by implementing dichotomy seach rath...

Is this for-loop vectorizable?

I don't think sequential search can be vectorizable. You might improve a bit of the search by implementing dichotomy seach rath...

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How to draw random number from a conditional distribution

Your problem is not well defined, there are many Y that can meet such requirement (if you guys think it is impossible beside a s...

How to draw random number from a conditional distribution

Your problem is not well defined, there are many Y that can meet such requirement (if you guys think it is impossible beside a s...

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How do i write a code which can calculate the cross production of two vectors?

If A and B are 5 x 1 null([a;b]) returns a (5 x 3), 3 vectors in R^5 basis of NULL(SPAN(a,b))

How do i write a code which can calculate the cross production of two vectors?

If A and B are 5 x 1 null([a;b]) returns a (5 x 3), 3 vectors in R^5 basis of NULL(SPAN(a,b))

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Does inpolygon work for latitudes and longitudes on the surface of the earth?

A polygon in lat/lon will NOT map to a "polygon" on the sphere. A "polygon" on the sphere composed by edges that are grand circl...

Does inpolygon work for latitudes and longitudes on the surface of the earth?

A polygon in lat/lon will NOT map to a "polygon" on the sphere. A "polygon" on the sphere composed by edges that are grand circl...

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