Computing summation in matlab

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Algorithms Analyst
Algorithms Analyst 2013년 2월 22일
I have a matrix let say A=ones(144,40);
and I want to compute the summation with lower limit is 1 and upper limit is dimension of A like 144*40=5760.
How can I compute it using symsum or sum other function?

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Wayne King
Wayne King 2013년 2월 22일
편집: Wayne King 2013년 2월 22일
A = ones(144,40);
B = sum(A(:));
or
B = sum(sum(A));

Mark Whirdy
Mark Whirdy 2013년 2월 22일
편집: Mark Whirdy 2013년 2월 22일
If Wayne is right and you're talking about limits to the summation, is it that you want to control these limits as parameters, or you simply want to always sum over every element (1:(size(A,1)*size(A,2))) of the matrix?
Wayne provides the latter solution, a solution to the former might be
limitSum = @(X,l_b,u_b)(sum(X(l_b:u_b))); % define amonymous function
A = ones(144,40);
limitSum(A,1,size(A,1)*size(A,2)); % apply function to A
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Wayne King
Wayne King 2013년 2월 22일
did you look at my answer? that sums all the elements in the matrix
Mark Whirdy
Mark Whirdy 2013년 2월 22일
then its just a sum as Wayne said

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