Multidimensional Arrays of different size

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arnaud ensberg
arnaud ensberg 2015년 4월 9일
댓글: arnaud ensberg 2015년 4월 12일
Hello
can i creat a Multidimensional Arrays of matrix of different size, like this :
mulat(:,:,1)=[1 3;3 5;5 6]
mulat(:,:,2)=[1 3;3 5;5 6;2 3]
??? Subscripted assignment dimension mismatch.% code

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Michael
Michael 2015년 4월 9일
Not like that. The best solution will depend on your goal. One option is to store the arrays in a cell array.
mulat={[1 3;3 5;5 6]}
mulat{2}=[1 3;3 5;5 6;2 3]
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arnaud ensberg
arnaud ensberg 2015년 4월 12일
please what is the difference between mulat{2} and mulat (2) ?

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Jan
Jan 2015년 4월 12일
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Numerical arrays contain numerical scalars as elements. Therefore it is impossible to store a different number of elements in different slices of the same dimensions. This is simply the definition of a numerical array.
Using the curly braces { and } you create a cell array . These arrays can contain variables of any type and dimensions as elements. Please read the documentation: doc cell
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arnaud ensberg
arnaud ensberg 2015년 4월 12일
thank you Jan simon ,it is very clear now.

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