Maybe a clue or a link to understand this family of problem.
The background is that I encountered this problem when analysing experimental data. Different acquisition modules were used simultaneously. Timing data from one signal was used to calculate a delay from another. The offset from again another was to be subtracted from a couple of others. An area under a resulting curve was to be devided by another area, taking into account the timing signal. In other words, there were multiple interconnected processing steps, with cross-dependencies.
This inspired me to write this Cody-task.
Knight's Tour Checker
Sum all integers from 1 to 2^n
Is it an Armstrong number?
Evaluating a polynomial
A SUBSREF variant that accepts the 'end'-operator.
Insert certain elements into a vector.
Create incremental spiral WITHOUT USING EVAL or FEVAL
Add a row of zeros on top of a matrix
Wayfinding 2 - traversing
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