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circle inside triangle tangent points

You can find the circle using incircle in this FEX submission https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/34767-a-suit...

circle inside triangle tangent points

You can find the circle using incircle in this FEX submission https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/34767-a-suit...

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fmincon gets very slow after few time

A few more performance optimizations that you should consider: maps = zeros(rows,columns,3,'single'); %<------ post conversio...

fmincon gets very slow after few time

A few more performance optimizations that you should consider: maps = zeros(rows,columns,3,'single'); %<------ post conversio...

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fmincon gets very slow after few time

I suspect samsid() is just not as smooth or well-conditioned as mse() for some pixels, and therefore takes more iterations to te...

fmincon gets very slow after few time

I suspect samsid() is just not as smooth or well-conditioned as mse() for some pixels, and therefore takes more iterations to te...

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Restore toolbar buttons to app after migration from GUIDE

After using the Guide-to-AppDesigner migration tool, my app no longer has the standard figure toolbar buttons in the app figure ...

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Finding intersection points in a square.

Yes, you can use, https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/93470-intersections-of-multiple-2d-lines-or-line-segment...

Finding intersection points in a square.

Yes, you can use, https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/93470-intersections-of-multiple-2d-lines-or-line-segment...

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Trying to understand behavior of holes in alphaShapes.

I found the following in posted material for a course at Stanford. It's a pretty intuitive explanation of how alpha shapes work,...

Trying to understand behavior of holes in alphaShapes.

I found the following in posted material for a course at Stanford. It's a pretty intuitive explanation of how alpha shapes work,...

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Function to compute product of all numbers from 1 to n

integerproduct(5) function r = integerproduct (n) if n==1, r=1; return; end r=n*integerproduct(n-1); end

Function to compute product of all numbers from 1 to n

integerproduct(5) function r = integerproduct (n) if n==1, r=1; return; end r=n*integerproduct(n-1); end

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Replacing Negative Values in Table with Previous Value in Column

T(:, {'D', 'E'}) = num2cell( fillmissing([D,E], 'previous') );

Replacing Negative Values in Table with Previous Value in Column

T(:, {'D', 'E'}) = num2cell( fillmissing([D,E], 'previous') );

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How do I create a 2D mesh of triangular elements?

Yes. Or triplot().

How do I create a 2D mesh of triangular elements?

Yes. Or triplot().

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How do I turn off predictive text?

I've changed the Automatic Completion preferences, but it's still there. There is a different Automatic Completion section for...

How do I turn off predictive text?

I've changed the Automatic Completion preferences, but it's still there. There is a different Automatic Completion section for...

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How to concatenate output of objective function for lsqcurvefit?

c0 = [ic_arg{1}(x).'; ic_arg{2}(x).'; ic_arg{3}(x).'];

How to concatenate output of objective function for lsqcurvefit?

c0 = [ic_arg{1}(x).'; ic_arg{2}(x).'; ic_arg{3}(x).'];

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Saving outputs of a funtion inside nested for loop in organized fashion

Instead of returning 20 separate outputs, you could have paramA return them as fields of a struct. Then you could save each outp...

Saving outputs of a funtion inside nested for loop in organized fashion

Instead of returning 20 separate outputs, you could have paramA return them as fields of a struct. Then you could save each outp...

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Using bsxfun to plot

Now idea why you think bsxfun should be involved. Why not just, t=linspace(-2,2,n); plot(t,signal,t,filtsig)

Using bsxfun to plot

Now idea why you think bsxfun should be involved. Why not just, t=linspace(-2,2,n); plot(t,signal,t,filtsig)

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is there a function that receives 3 coordinates in X-Y as a matrix and calculates its Area and environment ?

p=polyshape(yourPoints); area(p) perimeter(p) centroid(p)

is there a function that receives 3 coordinates in X-Y as a matrix and calculates its Area and environment ?

p=polyshape(yourPoints); area(p) perimeter(p) centroid(p)

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Remove duplicate points by Uniquetol

uniquetol(xy, 1, 'ByRows', true,'DataScale',[1,1]) % or

Remove duplicate points by Uniquetol

uniquetol(xy, 1, 'ByRows', true,'DataScale',[1,1]) % or

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Further tools for analyzing objects in N-dimensional images

A collection of tools to supplement bwpropfilt, bwareaopen, and the like.

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Solving a large number (thousands) of different "Ax=b" equations when the matrices A are all the same small size (3x3 to 6x6), but different numbers.

If you have the Parallel Computing Toolbox, you can use pagefun(@mldivide,A,b) https://www.mathworks.com/help/parallel-comput...

Solving a large number (thousands) of different "Ax=b" equations when the matrices A are all the same small size (3x3 to 6x6), but different numbers.

If you have the Parallel Computing Toolbox, you can use pagefun(@mldivide,A,b) https://www.mathworks.com/help/parallel-comput...

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Solving a large number (thousands) of different "Ax=b" equations when the matrices A are all the same small size (3x3 to 6x6), but different numbers.

I suspect that a for loop will be fastest, but you could also try combining them into a single set of equations using, A=blkdia...

Solving a large number (thousands) of different "Ax=b" equations when the matrices A are all the same small size (3x3 to 6x6), but different numbers.

I suspect that a for loop will be fastest, but you could also try combining them into a single set of equations using, A=blkdia...

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For loop with 2 variables

parfor k =1:N^2 [i,j]=ind2sub([N,N],k); .... end

For loop with 2 variables

parfor k =1:N^2 [i,j]=ind2sub([N,N],k); .... end

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Fminsearch curve fitting does not fit properly

Plotting your function in an interval around bmin shows that it is a minimum of the function you've provided. So, fminsearch did...

Fminsearch curve fitting does not fit properly

Plotting your function in an interval around bmin shows that it is a minimum of the function you've provided. So, fminsearch did...

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Trying to understand behavior of holes in alphaShapes.

I have created the attached alphaShape object, which contains a hole. load alph_shape; shp plot(shp) I am trying to unders...

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Accuracy of polygon approximation

Perhaps the Dice Coefficient would be an appropriate metric. This would be a very easy calculation if the shapes are stored as p...

Accuracy of polygon approximation

Perhaps the Dice Coefficient would be an appropriate metric. This would be a very easy calculation if the shapes are stored as p...

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Replace loop to create a matrix

This might be a more efficient way to build arg, but I suspect that your bottleneck will be in blkdiag(). function f = denomina...

Replace loop to create a matrix

This might be a more efficient way to build arg, but I suspect that your bottleneck will be in blkdiag(). function f = denomina...

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how to find the average of a table 366-by-6

Perhaps as follows, mean(varfun(@mean,x,'InputVariables',@isnumeric,'OutputFormat','uniform'))

how to find the average of a table 366-by-6

Perhaps as follows, mean(varfun(@mean,x,'InputVariables',@isnumeric,'OutputFormat','uniform'))

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How to draw mean value as shown in picture

Perhaps movmean() or, https://www.mathworks.com/help/curvefit/smoothing-data.html

How to draw mean value as shown in picture

Perhaps movmean() or, https://www.mathworks.com/help/curvefit/smoothing-data.html

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Using 'if' to conduct specific matrix cell operations

P2=ones(size(P)); subset=(P<1); P2(subset)=1-Pfailgrid(subset);

Using 'if' to conduct specific matrix cell operations

P2=ones(size(P)); subset=(P<1); P2(subset)=1-Pfailgrid(subset);

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Index table with cell array

Yes, you can use ismember(...,'rows') to find the indices of the rows.

Index table with cell array

Yes, you can use ismember(...,'rows') to find the indices of the rows.

13 days ago | 0

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Updating values in a matrix when corresponding variable values are updated

You can do it with some object-oriented programming trickery, but in the long run, I don't think it's going to be what you want....

Updating values in a matrix when corresponding variable values are updated

You can do it with some object-oriented programming trickery, but in the long run, I don't think it's going to be what you want....

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How to get rid of certain xticklabels?

h1 = plot(log2(numberOfCPUCores), speedup_1by1, '-ob'); set(h1, 'MarkerFaceColor', get(h1,'Color')); hold on; ...

How to get rid of certain xticklabels?

h1 = plot(log2(numberOfCPUCores), speedup_1by1, '-ob'); set(h1, 'MarkerFaceColor', get(h1,'Color')); hold on; ...

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Solving a QP by minimizing multiple multidimensional vectors

If you have multiple unknown vectors x1, x2, x3,... then you also have a single unknown vector X=[x1;x2;x3;...]. So, just use qu...

Solving a QP by minimizing multiple multidimensional vectors

If you have multiple unknown vectors x1, x2, x3,... then you also have a single unknown vector X=[x1;x2;x3;...]. So, just use qu...

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