How to obtain vector of specific values in MATLAB
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Hello all, I want to obtain a 16 vectors each of dimension 96 by 1 such that in 1st vector, the index position 1 to 6 have values 1 and rest of the index position have values zeros.
In 2nd vector the index postion 7 to 12 have value 1 and rest of the index position have values zeros.
In 3rd vector index position 13 to 18 have value 1 rest of the index position have values zeros.
Continuing in this manner, in 16th vector the index position 91 to 96 have value 1 and at all other index positions the value is zero.
Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.
Vilém Frynta on 17 Mar 2023
Edited: Vilém Frynta on 17 Mar 2023
this looks like homework. I'd like to give you a little bit of a direction, but then you need to try by yourselves.
Because your vector mostly consists of zeros, I would begin by creating vector with zeros:
v1 = zeros([1 96]) % create vector of zeros with 96 columns
Now, use indexing to assign values to your position of choice. For your example, you want to assign number 1 to position from 1 to 6.
v1(1,1:6) = 1 % assign 1 to row 1 and columns 1–6
Now, you can do the rest of the vectors in the similar manner. There is definitely an option to do this with for loop, but I will leave that up to you.
Hope I helped.
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Stephen23 on 17 Mar 2023
M = kron(eye(16),ones(6,1))
M = repelem(eye(16),6,1)
Dyuman Joshi on 17 Mar 2023
It's not a good idea to dynamically define variables. Read - Why Variables Should Not Be Named Dynamically
You can make a 96x16 matrix, in which nth column corresponds to nth vector as required. In this way, your data is easy to access via indexing.
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