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Matt J


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fsolve with two variables in a loop
fun=@(z)[fx(z(1),T(j));fy(z(2),T(j))];

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Receiverd Signal and optimization
w=(hr'*Theta*G +hd')'; w=sqrt(P)*w/norm(w);

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Split one table into multiple tables based on multiple variables without reordering.
T=readtable('Data - 2023-01-26_question'); G=findgroups(T(:,1:2)); I=(1:numel(G))'; splitTables = splitapply(@(i){T(i,:)}...

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Upper bound curve that passes through the extreme (highest) points
load D_by_t_u; load surge_height_1m; final_mat = []; for i = 1:length(surhe_height_1m) if surhe_height_1m(i) > 0.02 ...

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How do I multiply the numbers in a 2D array using a for loop, must be a for loop as part of the course requirements
One way: A3=nan(size(B)); for i=1:size(B,2) A3(:,i)=sind(B(:,i)).^2; end

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How to solve "Conversion to logical from optim.problemdef.OptimizationEquality is not possible." ?
This will solve the "Conversion to logical" error, but not all of the other issues raised by Torsten and me. In particular, Gene...

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How to simplify too much of if
FP=[39 45 33 36 27 30, 29,33,24,28,20,24,... 41 46 34,38,29,32,32,36,25,30,22,25,36,49,38,41,31,34,35,39,.... 29,32,24...

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Why DerivativeCheck would be allowed to be on while there is no GradObj?
Here's a reason why you might want to allow DerivativeCheck to be on even when the analytical gradient computations are all off....

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Why DerivativeCheck would be allowed to be on while there is no GradObj?
So why would MATLAB allow the DerivativeCheck to be on if there is no gradient available? Because maybe SpecifyConstraintGradie...

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Effect of zero padding on FFT amplitude
@Rahul Kale It occurs to me now that you are not really trying to compute the Fourier transform of a finite signal. You are inst...

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Way to solve AX=XB
[ma,na]=size(A); [mb,nb]=size(B); %size(X)=[na,mb] X=null( kron(speye(mb),A) - kron(B.',speye(na)) ); X=reshape(X,na,mb...

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Why DerivativeCheck would be allowed to be on while there is no GradObj?
I would say that no warning is strictly necessary because one of two cases are possible: (1) DerivativeCheck='on' was intention...

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How to create a Aij matrix with the commands 'for', 'function output=name_of_code' and 'imagesc'?
m=100; n=150; A=((1:m)'-(1:n)).^2; for i=1:min(m,n) A(i,i)=2*i.^2; end imagesc(A)

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How to create a Aij matrix with the commands 'for', 'function output=name_of_code' and 'imagesc'?
I don't know how to do it and I didn't find any example. Not even here? https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/for.html#bu...

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Fill in values in function
Z = @(X,Y) (1.5-X+X.*Y).^2 +(2.25-X+X.*(Y.^2)).^2+(2.625-X+X.*(Y).^3).^2; Z(0,0)

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Parallelize nested loops with parfor
Never mind my other answer. I didn't notice that a_sim and h_sim were recursively defined. You can't avoid a loop, but you only ...

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Parallelize nested loops with parfor
I don't think it makes sense to use any loops here at all. Just make vectorized calls to your griddedInterpolant objects. [~,~,...

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How to interpret actual Camera Intrinsics/Principal Points results?
The uncertainty values look kind of large to me. I wonder if your 22 images are diverse enough.

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Extracting two columns from 6-D complex double
T=table((1:numel(val))' , abs(val(:)).^2 )

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Effect of zero padding on FFT amplitude
When zero-padding such a signal one fundamentally change the signal from a constant-valued signal to a square-wave @Bjorn Gus...

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How to find the closest values (positive and negative) to the line when X is zero?
load Data %Create line plot [x,is] = sort(V); y = J(is); in=find(x<0,1,'last'); ip=find(x>0,1,'first'); [xn,yn, ...

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Objective function for fmincon from surrogate model
Can't you just do, fun=@(X) norm(mdl.predict(X)-y).^2

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Is it possible to add more constraints than the default ones in LSQLIN function?
You can still use lsqlin, but as John said, you can add additional inequality constraints as follows, Q=-sign(d).*C; r=zeros(s...

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Optimising Limits of Chain integrals
There is virtually no benefit to the problem based approach if you are going to use fminunc. The main advantage of problem-base...

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Cross-correlation of two complex signals using sliding dot product
If there is to be no zero-padding, what should happen when the shorter signal slides to the edge of the longer signal? Does the ...

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Finding Roots between a Differential and Piecewise Equation
a=1; [t_root,fval]=fzero(@(t)rootFcn(t,a), pi) function out=rootFcn(t,a) xp1 =@(t) ((-(8*2)/(2^2+1))*cos(t))+((8/(2^2+...

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Effect of zero padding on FFT amplitude
Here is an example showing that the amplitude of an FFT does not change due to zero-padding. In all cases, the peak amplitude is...

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Projection using Modified Gram-Schmidt orthogonality
Aorth=orth(A); %A orthogonalized ProjB=Aorth*(Aorth.'*B); %projection of B

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How to use conditional bounds for parameters with lsqcurvefit?
You must divide the problem into two cases: one case where X0 is fixed at 0 and the second when Y0 is fixed at zero. xdata = 0:...

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When using JacobianMultiplyFcn in lsqnonlin, why is Jinfo required to be numeric? How can I pass more general kinds of parameters to my JacobianMultiplyFcn?
I seem to be have been able to fool lsqnonlin into doing what I want by using the attached classdef. Still, I wonder why the Opt...

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