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integers to English phrase

As a further hint, consider the following version, which is almost what you want function S = convert_to_words(number) ones...

integers to English phrase

As a further hint, consider the following version, which is almost what you want function S = convert_to_words(number) ones...

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Create an array of handle objects using for-loop

Undoubtedly, you meant to have for i = 1:-0.1:0.9 for j = 1:-0.1:0.9

Create an array of handle objects using for-loop

Undoubtedly, you meant to have for i = 1:-0.1:0.9 for j = 1:-0.1:0.9

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Optimising Problem - Max Profit

You should be using linprog to solve this problem. It does not require a starting point x0. I don't see any need for equality co...

Optimising Problem - Max Profit

You should be using linprog to solve this problem. It does not require a starting point x0. I don't see any need for equality co...

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How I do evaluate a function handle in other function handle

What you probably have to do is use ode45 or similar to solve the differential equation dy/dx = f(x,y) on some interval. Then, f...

How I do evaluate a function handle in other function handle

What you probably have to do is use ode45 or similar to solve the differential equation dy/dx = f(x,y) on some interval. Then, f...

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Extract submatrix from matrix.

>> S=regionprops(yourMatrix>0,'Image'); >> S.Image ans = 2×2 logical array 1 1 1 1 ans = 2×3 lo...

Extract submatrix from matrix.

>> S=regionprops(yourMatrix>0,'Image'); >> S.Image ans = 2×2 logical array 1 1 1 1 ans = 2×3 lo...

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Update graph (Graph Theory)?

Perhaps like this, hold on H = subgraph(G,idx); %new part of graph plot(H,'Layout','force','XData',___, 'YData',_____) ...

Update graph (Graph Theory)?

Perhaps like this, hold on H = subgraph(G,idx); %new part of graph plot(H,'Layout','force','XData',___, 'YData',_____) ...

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fit options in a parfor loop

A guess as to why this might be happening is that fitoptions objects don't seem to implement proper save/load behavior, as indic...

fit options in a parfor loop

A guess as to why this might be happening is that fitoptions objects don't seem to implement proper save/load behavior, as indic...

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Something strange in MATLAB

Chances are the issue is not in the code, but in the new data that you have supplied as input. For some reason, this input data ...

Something strange in MATLAB

Chances are the issue is not in the code, but in the new data that you have supplied as input. For some reason, this input data ...

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How I do evaluate a function handle in other function handle

I think this line needs to be g=@(x,y) f(x,y)*p_y(f,x,y) + p_x(f,x,y);

How I do evaluate a function handle in other function handle

I think this line needs to be g=@(x,y) f(x,y)*p_y(f,x,y) + p_x(f,x,y);

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How to average more than 50 3D matrices using nanmean

Here's what I would do, I suppose. It assumes each of your .mat files stores the volume under the name 'a'. Summation=0; NCoun...

How to average more than 50 3D matrices using nanmean

Here's what I would do, I suppose. It assumes each of your .mat files stores the volume under the name 'a'. Summation=0; NCoun...

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The best way to code this optimization problem

I have matlab 2013b Because the array sizes are fairly small here, the easiest thing might be to use my func2mat submission to ...

The best way to code this optimization problem

I have matlab 2013b Because the array sizes are fairly small here, the easiest thing might be to use my func2mat submission to ...

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Is there any way to fill this shape?

I=imread('shapes.jpg'); % to extract orange color A=(I(:,:,1) >= 245 ) & (I(:,:,1) <= 255) & ... (I(:,:,2) >= 121 ) & (I(:,:...

Is there any way to fill this shape?

I=imread('shapes.jpg'); % to extract orange color A=(I(:,:,1) >= 245 ) & (I(:,:,1) <= 255) & ... (I(:,:,2) >= 121 ) & (I(:,:...

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How to use options in fsolve

I know that i have to do fsolve(@(x) myfunz,x0,options) I don't think so. The exit message says "Equation solved". Another ...

How to use options in fsolve

I know that i have to do fsolve(@(x) myfunz,x0,options) I don't think so. The exit message says "Equation solved". Another ...

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The best way to code this optimization problem

It should be very straightforward using the problem-based solvers in the Optimization Toolbox, https://www.mathworks.com/help/o...

The best way to code this optimization problem

It should be very straightforward using the problem-based solvers in the Optimization Toolbox, https://www.mathworks.com/help/o...

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how do i create a random matrix with set size yet the numbers are in a range from 0-9

randi([0,9],4,6) %random integers or 9*rand(4,6) %non-integers

how do i create a random matrix with set size yet the numbers are in a range from 0-9

randi([0,9],4,6) %random integers or 9*rand(4,6) %non-integers

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Error while using blockproc. Matrix dimensions must agree.

Matrix dimensions must agree. Error in dct (line 76) b = W .* fft(y); It would appear that W and y are not the same size....

Error while using blockproc. Matrix dimensions must agree.

Matrix dimensions must agree. Error in dct (line 76) b = W .* fft(y); It would appear that W and y are not the same size....

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how can i bound rate of changes (dx/dt) in fmincon optimization?

See https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/490758-limit-on-the-change-rate-of-the-variable-in-fmincon-function#answer_...

how can i bound rate of changes (dx/dt) in fmincon optimization?

See https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/490758-limit-on-the-change-rate-of-the-variable-in-fmincon-function#answer_...

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Limit on the change rate of the variable in fmincon function

You would build linear inequality matrices like the following. E=diff(eye(numel(u))); A=[E;-E]; b=[ub(:);-lb(:)]; %linear ...

Limit on the change rate of the variable in fmincon function

You would build linear inequality matrices like the following. E=diff(eye(numel(u))); A=[E;-E]; b=[ub(:);-lb(:)]; %linear ...

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Multiplication in cell arrays

result = cat(3,precip{:}).*reshape(numbers,1,1,[]); There seems little reason either for precip to be a cell array or to turn t...

Multiplication in cell arrays

result = cat(3,precip{:}).*reshape(numbers,1,1,[]); There seems little reason either for precip to be a cell array or to turn t...

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Regular expression for 1*1 cell array

c='<string_attribute name="country"><s>CHINA5</s></string_attribute>'; out=extractBetween(c,'<s>','</s>'); >> out{1} an...

Regular expression for 1*1 cell array

c='<string_attribute name="country"><s>CHINA5</s></string_attribute>'; out=extractBetween(c,'<s>','</s>'); >> out{1} an...

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Weighted fit with lsqcurvefit and (ideally) multistart?

Just apply whatever weights you want to the objective and to your ydata, fun=@(x,xdata)kinetics_full(x,xdata).*sqrt(weights); ...

Weighted fit with lsqcurvefit and (ideally) multistart?

Just apply whatever weights you want to the objective and to your ydata, fun=@(x,xdata)kinetics_full(x,xdata).*sqrt(weights); ...

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Rotate matrix with interp2

This might be what you want. [X,Y]=meshgrid(x-mean(x),y-mean(y));

Rotate matrix with interp2

This might be what you want. [X,Y]=meshgrid(x-mean(x),y-mean(y));

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Finding angle of rotations from a given unit vector to rotate a given vector using those angle to align with the previous unit vector

The following might be what you're looking for. It uses my AxelRot utility from the File Exchange https://www.mathworks.com/mat...

Finding angle of rotations from a given unit vector to rotate a given vector using those angle to align with the previous unit vector

The following might be what you're looking for. It uses my AxelRot utility from the File Exchange https://www.mathworks.com/mat...

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Nested For Loop for 2D Matrix

I vaguely wonder whether you are just re-inventing convolution result = conv2(Matrix,staticMatrix,'valid');

Nested For Loop for 2D Matrix

I vaguely wonder whether you are just re-inventing convolution result = conv2(Matrix,staticMatrix,'valid');

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Nested For Loop for 2D Matrix

So then you want to extract random 51x51 submatrices? If so, then, I=sort(randperm(600,51)); J=sort(randperm(1000,51)); sub...

Nested For Loop for 2D Matrix

So then you want to extract random 51x51 submatrices? If so, then, I=sort(randperm(600,51)); J=sort(randperm(1000,51)); sub...

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The result of rotation matrix rotx(angle) with a coordinate does not give the desired result

Here's what my AxelRot utility gives https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/30864-3d-rotation-about-shifted-axis?...

The result of rotation matrix rotx(angle) with a coordinate does not give the desired result

Here's what my AxelRot utility gives https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/30864-3d-rotation-about-shifted-axis?...

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how can I find the coordinates of the central axis of a river in an image (binary)?

load River C=watershed(bwdist(A))==0; [icoords,jcoords]=find(C); %coordinates of center line imshow(A+C)

how can I find the coordinates of the central axis of a river in an image (binary)?

load River C=watershed(bwdist(A))==0; [icoords,jcoords]=find(C); %coordinates of center line imshow(A+C)

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Count the number of intersections between any two curves

The only general way (i.e., for arbitrary curves) is using the Symbolic Math Toolbox, solve(curve1==curve2)

Count the number of intersections between any two curves

The only general way (i.e., for arbitrary curves) is using the Symbolic Math Toolbox, solve(curve1==curve2)

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How to match a number between two characters?

>> str=extractBetween("[180] Windabweichung","[","]") str = "180"

How to match a number between two characters?

>> str=extractBetween("[180] Windabweichung","[","]") str = "180"

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