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Elliptical trajectory and plot waypoints for robotic arm simulation

Fairly easy to do with this FEX submission, https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/87584-object-oriented-tools-fo...

Elliptical trajectory and plot waypoints for robotic arm simulation

Fairly easy to do with this FEX submission, https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/87584-object-oriented-tools-fo...

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Creating random non-discrete values and assigning weights

As an example, weightList=[0.4 , 0.1, 0.3, 0.2]; x=rand(1,6)*40, Weights = weightList(discretize(x,0:10:40))

Creating random non-discrete values and assigning weights

As an example, weightList=[0.4 , 0.1, 0.3, 0.2]; x=rand(1,6)*40, Weights = weightList(discretize(x,0:10:40))

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String split from the line .

As an example, B=split( ',A,B,C,D' , ','); B=B(~cellfun('isempty',B))

String split from the line .

As an example, B=split( ',A,B,C,D' , ','); B=B(~cellfun('isempty',B))

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Assigning Columns to Multiple Variables

for i=1:4, Q{i}=Table{:,i}; end [A,B,C,D]=deal(Q{:})

Assigning Columns to Multiple Variables

for i=1:4, Q{i}=Table{:,i}; end [A,B,C,D]=deal(Q{:})

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how to call function from one m file to another m file?

lmimeena must be told what to return in the declaration line, function L=lmimeena(A,C)

how to call function from one m file to another m file?

lmimeena must be told what to return in the declaration line, function L=lmimeena(A,C)

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How to access parameter guesses made by MATLAB in lsqnonlin?

No, it is gradient-driven search, not a grid search. However, nearly all Optimization Toolbox solvers have an OutputFcn option,...

How to access parameter guesses made by MATLAB in lsqnonlin?

No, it is gradient-driven search, not a grid search. However, nearly all Optimization Toolbox solvers have an OutputFcn option,...

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How to Connecting nearby pixels of binary image

imclose() is the traditional way to close small gaps between nearby pixels.

How to Connecting nearby pixels of binary image

imclose() is the traditional way to close small gaps between nearby pixels.

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create parallel lines in the same pic and find the average of all the ffts in it

The operation sounds the same, up to a scale factor, as doing fft(radon(yourImage,theta))

create parallel lines in the same pic and find the average of all the ffts in it

The operation sounds the same, up to a scale factor, as doing fft(radon(yourImage,theta))

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create parallel lines in the same pic and find the average of all the ffts in it

Could you imrotate() the image so that it's rows are parallel to your line? Then, the operation would reduce to fft( mean( imr...

create parallel lines in the same pic and find the average of all the ffts in it

Could you imrotate() the image so that it's rows are parallel to your line? Then, the operation would reduce to fft( mean( imr...

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Minimise the sum of squared errors, with non linear constraints

The unnecessary use of nonlinear constraints can slow things down. Your constraints are in fact linear, and should be expressed ...

Minimise the sum of squared errors, with non linear constraints

The unnecessary use of nonlinear constraints can slow things down. Your constraints are in fact linear, and should be expressed ...

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Optimization problem, how to limit the individual values in the control vector to a certain range

Assuming the u(i) are non-negative, the condition can be written as a linear constraint. u=optimvar('u',[10,1], 'LowerBound',0)...

Optimization problem, how to limit the individual values in the control vector to a certain range

Assuming the u(i) are non-negative, the condition can be written as a linear constraint. u=optimvar('u',[10,1], 'LowerBound',0)...

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Error using lsqcurvefit: Function value and YDATA sizes are not equal.

A = 0.3; omega = 1; phi = 0.1; c = 0.1; initialGuess = [A omega phi c]; fun = @(x,timearray) x(1) .* (sin((timearray .*...

Error using lsqcurvefit: Function value and YDATA sizes are not equal.

A = 0.3; omega = 1; phi = 0.1; c = 0.1; initialGuess = [A omega phi c]; fun = @(x,timearray) x(1) .* (sin((timearray .*...

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Error in using nlinfit function

You are not using the taua coefficients passed as input to BinaryI2WL. You are overriding them for some reason with random value...

Error in using nlinfit function

You are not using the taua coefficients passed as input to BinaryI2WL. You are overriding them for some reason with random value...

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3D Rotation about Shifted Axis

Computes/applies rotation about arbitrary 3D line.

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Why Matlab cannot calculate simple double integrals with good accuracy?

I'm guessing that numerical accuracy might suffer because the integrand is discontinuous, and the curved boundary of the discont...

Why Matlab cannot calculate simple double integrals with good accuracy?

I'm guessing that numerical accuracy might suffer because the integrand is discontinuous, and the curved boundary of the discont...

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Calculate diameter from a circle in an image in MATLAB

You can use drawcircle() to do it interactively, https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/drawcircle.html h = Circle wi...

Calculate diameter from a circle in an image in MATLAB

You can use drawcircle() to do it interactively, https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/drawcircle.html h = Circle wi...

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Improving the speed of code with passing to a function input a cell array or structure.

We can't see what famplifire [sic.] is doing with your variables so there isn't any specific comments that can be made. However,...

Improving the speed of code with passing to a function input a cell array or structure.

We can't see what famplifire [sic.] is doing with your variables so there isn't any specific comments that can be made. However,...

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Combine lsqcurvefit with fsolve

I would just use lsqnonlin. theta2 = [0.53,0.40,0.32,0.28,0.27,0.27,0.28,0.29,0.31,0.34,0.36,0.40,0.43,0.47,0.50,0.55,0.59,0...

Combine lsqcurvefit with fsolve

I would just use lsqnonlin. theta2 = [0.53,0.40,0.32,0.28,0.27,0.27,0.28,0.29,0.31,0.34,0.36,0.40,0.43,0.47,0.50,0.55,0.59,0...

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Specify number of ones in each row and column in binary matrix

A=kron(eye(324),ones(3,6)); A=A(randperm(972), randperm(1944));

Specify number of ones in each row and column in binary matrix

A=kron(eye(324),ones(3,6)); A=A(randperm(972), randperm(1944));

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correction in order of elements in matrix obtained from reshape array

A loop-method, A=[4 4 4; 8 8 8]; B=[16 12 8]; c=min(A,B(1,:))./max(A,B(1,:))

correction in order of elements in matrix obtained from reshape array

A loop-method, A=[4 4 4; 8 8 8]; B=[16 12 8]; c=min(A,B(1,:))./max(A,B(1,:))

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correction in order of elements in matrix obtained from reshape array

A=[4 4 4; 8 8 8] B=[16 12 8] [mA,nA] = size(A); [mB,nB] = size(B); index=0; for j=1:nB for i=1:mA index=index+1; ...

correction in order of elements in matrix obtained from reshape array

A=[4 4 4; 8 8 8] B=[16 12 8] [mA,nA] = size(A); [mB,nB] = size(B); index=0; for j=1:nB for i=1:mA index=index+1; ...

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Working with a set of matrices

I'm not sure I will fully understand the task without seeing an example. However, if S is organized as an MxNxP array, [M,N]=d...

Working with a set of matrices

I'm not sure I will fully understand the task without seeing an example. However, if S is organized as an MxNxP array, [M,N]=d...

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What is the advantage of Help with web connection

It could make sense to give users access to the most up-to-the minute documentation by default. For example, any documentation b...

What is the advantage of Help with web connection

It could make sense to give users access to the most up-to-the minute documentation by default. For example, any documentation b...

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Shortest path constrained to use specific nodes

Why not just analyze a subgraph with the inadmissible nodes removed: cut=setdiff(1:numnodes(G),nodes); Gsub=rmnodes(G,cut);

Shortest path constrained to use specific nodes

Why not just analyze a subgraph with the inadmissible nodes removed: cut=setdiff(1:numnodes(G),nodes); Gsub=rmnodes(G,cut);

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How to convert cell array containing text to numbers?

I don't think there is any solution that will work without any assumptions about the alphabetic content of the cells. Here, I as...

How to convert cell array containing text to numbers?

I don't think there is any solution that will work without any assumptions about the alphabetic content of the cells. Here, I as...

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I want to reduce the width of certain plots in a subplot from other plots.

It can be done using the Postion or OuterPosition axes property, e.g., for i=1:3 ax(i)=subplot(3,1,i); plot(rand(1,5)...

I want to reduce the width of certain plots in a subplot from other plots.

It can be done using the Postion or OuterPosition axes property, e.g., for i=1:3 ax(i)=subplot(3,1,i); plot(rand(1,5)...

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Different rows height in tiled layout

Another solution would be to use nested tiledlayouts, e.g., m1=[5,6]; m2=[1,1,1,2]; T=tiledlayout(5,1); %Outer layout ...

Different rows height in tiled layout

Another solution would be to use nested tiledlayouts, e.g., m1=[5,6]; m2=[1,1,1,2]; T=tiledlayout(5,1); %Outer layout ...

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Error using fsolve (line 287) FSOLVE requires all values returned by functions to be of data type double.

Get rid of '==0' F(1) = ((Tfout - x(2))/(Tfout - x(1))) - 1 + exp(-NTUe) ; F(2) = Qg - ((COPHP + 1)/COPHP) * Qu;

Error using fsolve (line 287) FSOLVE requires all values returned by functions to be of data type double.

Get rid of '==0' F(1) = ((Tfout - x(2))/(Tfout - x(1))) - 1 + exp(-NTUe) ; F(2) = Qg - ((COPHP + 1)/COPHP) * Qu;

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Using narrower property validation definitions in subclasses + using an abstract class for property validation

There is a lot to unpack in your question, but basically the solution I would recommend is that you make the abstract property a...

Using narrower property validation definitions in subclasses + using an abstract class for property validation

There is a lot to unpack in your question, but basically the solution I would recommend is that you make the abstract property a...

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Optimization involving dot and cross product of two unit length variables

Yes, with fmincon()

Optimization involving dot and cross product of two unit length variables

Yes, with fmincon()

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