Attempt to have a 3D mesh plot of max value of real part of eigenvalues of a matrix. Shows error saying that 'Error showing Horzcat. CAT arguments dimensions are not consistent' even though my matrix is square.
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Here is my code:
BKm= [0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0;
(-0.0517428 *k-0.444277), (-0.260491), (0.112669 *k+0.135935), (0.711674), (-0.12895 *k-1.63146), (-0.711674);
0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0;
(0.141364 *k+1.21379), (0.711674), (0.0374225-0.294178 *k), (-1.94433), (0.325021 *k+3.63963), (1.94433);
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1;
(-0.141364 *k-1.21379), (-0.711674), (0.270554 *k-0.745489), (1.94433), (-0.301397 *k-2.93156), (-1.94433)
And the error:
Error using horzcat
CAT arguments dimensions are not consistent.
I am attempting to plot the maximum of real parts of all eigenvalues available for this matrix in a 3D contour sort of plot. Even though my matrix seems square to me, I am getting this error. Please help. Thanks in advance.
Kye Taylor on 27 Apr 2012
When you create BKm, you use the output k from meshgrid. The output k is a 1001 square matrix that you are effectively trying to use as a scalar in the definition of BKm.
If k were a scalar, BKm would be a 6-by-6 square matrix so the surf command won't work unless BKm is the same size as k, which must also be the same size as B in order for surf() to work.
Walter Roberson on 27 Apr 2012
k is 1001 by 1001. a*k+b with a and b scalar would then be 1001 x 1001. You then try to horzcat a 1 x 1 scalar -0.260491 with that (second line of matrix). Dimension problems.
What are you trying to do, create a 4D matrix, 6 x 6 x 1001 x 1001 ? If you do, you will not be able to eig() that matrix.