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Why am i getting the : errir using inv ,Matrix must be square?

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Gn Gnk
Gn Gnk on 8 Nov 2019
Commented: Walter Roberson on 10 Nov 2019
Hello ,
i have a created a toeplitz matrix H which is 12x8 .I want to run the command:
y=inv(H) but the compiler says : Error using inv Matrix must be square
Do you know where is the problem?

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James Tursa
James Tursa on 8 Nov 2019
The problem is that the inverse of a non-square matrix is not defined. What would you be using inv(H) for downstream in your code?
Gn Gnk
Gn Gnk on 9 Nov 2019
I want to find the equalizer of zero forcing fk :
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So in order to find the fk matrix i need to multiply g matrix with the inverse of toeplitz matrix h

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Fabio Freschi
Fabio Freschi on 9 Nov 2019
As James Tursa said, inv(H) is not defined when H is not square. If you have the matrix H and the rhs g, simply use
f = H\g;

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