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Quickest way to get points in a matrix given two 1-D arrays?

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James
James 2012년 2월 27일
Let's say that A is an NxN matrix, and B and C are 1-D arrays of the same size, containing numbers between 1 and N.
Is there a better way than going through a "for loopvar=1:length(B)" loop to get the values of A that correspond to the (Bi, Ci)
Example: A is a 5x5 matrix B contains [1 3 5 2 4 5] C contains [2 1 4 3 5 2]
What would be the quickest way to get:
  • A(1,2) (Corrseponding to A(B(1), C(1)))
  • A(3,1) (Corrseponding to A(B(2), C(2)))
  • A(5,4)
  • A(2,3)
  • A(4,5)
  • A(5,2) (Corrseponding to A(B(6), C(6)))
I'd like the quickest way to get this, since I need to run this calculation an enormous number of times with matrices much larger than a 5x5.

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Honglei Chen
Honglei Chen 2012년 2월 27일
A(sub2ind(size(A),B(:),C(:)))
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James
James 2012년 2월 28일
Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!

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Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski 2012년 2월 27일
Apart = diag(A(B(:),C(:)))
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James
James 2012년 2월 28일
I like this for smaller sets, but I'm running a Monte carlo simulation with several thousand data points. The other answer is quicker for the larger data sets I'm using. Still, this is a good trick for smaller sets. It never hurts to have multiple ways of solving things.

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