How can I call the method of one class in another class method as a input argument?

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classdef Conductance
properties
Conductivity
Contact_Area
Breadth
end
properties(Dependent)
Leitwert
end
methods
function obj = Conductance(Lambda, A_1_2, b)
obj.Conductivity = Lambda;
obj.Contact_Area = A_1_2;
obj.Breadth = b;
end
function L = get.conductance(obj)
ind = obj.Conductivity > 0 || obj.Contact_Area > 0 || obj.Breadth > 0 ;
L = obj.Conductivity(ind) *obj.Contact_Area(ind)/(.5*obj.Breadth(ind));
end
end
end
I have a different objects of same properties with different values. Now I need to calculate the conductance between two nodes after caculating the conductance of each node. How can I write code to find the conductance between two nodes in the same class file? if not, How can I call the class Conductance in another class to find the total conductance?
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surendra kumar Aralapura mariyappa
I have only two instance in class Conductance first one Conductance Class constructor for assigning the values of properties. Second one is conductance which is dependent on properties (Conductivity, Contact_Area, Breadth). From second class method I am finding the conductivity of each object (Node1, Node2, Node3, Node4, Node5, Node6). Then I have to give the conductivity of two nodes as a input arguments to third method of class Conductance. But I don't know how to write the code for this third method?
Secondly I have another option to compute the conductance between two nodes by creating another classfile class called TotalConductance. For this TotalConductance inputs are outputs of class Conductance whichi means (Node1.conductance and Node2. Conductance)

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