Arranging of variable submatrices into main matrix results in forming cos(conj(theta))

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Bathala Teja
Bathala Teja 2021년 9월 8일
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In my script, i formed matrices G_ss, G_sr, Grs, Grr(all are 3*3) in terms of theta.
i am doing differentiation operation w.r.t theta for all matrices then i am getting Gd_ss, Gd_sr, Gd_rs, Gd_rr matrices after differentiation.
Finally i am forming single matrix G = [Gd_ss Gd_sr; Gd_rs Gd_rr]
I have to get G matrix interms of theta. But in the result it is showing cos(conj(theta)), sin(conj(theta))......etc, terms instead of cos(theta), sin(theta).
Where it went wrong i dont know.
Even after differentiation operation, Gd_ss, Gd_sr, Gd_rs, Gd_rr matrices are in theta only not like conj(theta).
After forming G only it is showing conj(theta). How to rectify this??

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2021년 9월 8일
Somewhere in your calculation, you have the ' (conjegate transpose) operator instead of the .' (non-conjugate transpose) operator.
If you are doing linear algebra, expecially with some kinds of physics, it is not uncommon that using ' (conjugate transpose) operator is mathematically correct. For example, you might have
and if so then mathematically the conjugate transpose is typically the appropriate operator there.
Now, if you happen to be working with a system in which you are certain that none of the values can be complex-valued, then you can avoid the difficulty of seeing conj() by telling MATLAB that your symbolic variables are real-valued, such as
syms theta real
I recommend that you routinely tell MATLAB that symbolc variables are real-valued if you know that to be true: when MATLAB can reason that a value is surely real-valued then it will remove the conj()
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