Nested for loops optimisation
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I am currently working on a project that involves computation. I need to determine the values of a Ns * Ns symmetric, real matrix.
At the moment I use two for loops to create this matrix, one (let us say with variable a) from 1 to Ns, and the other one ( with j) from j to Ns, in order to use the symmetry of the matrix. the code looks like this :
MATLAB code :
Ns = 30; nc = 1; m = 1; k = 6;
H = rand(Ns, Ns);
H = H + H'; % symmetric, thus will have real eigenvalues
[V, D] = eig(H);
T = Ns * nc / k;
lambda = diag(D);
Y = zeros(Ns, Ns);
for i = 1 : Ns
for j = i : Ns
for l = 1 : T
Y(i, j) = Y(i, j) + real(conj(V(j, l)) * V(i, l) *...
sum(conj(V(i, T + 1 : Ns)) .* V(j, T + 1 : Ns)...
./ (lambda(l) - lambda(T + 1 : Ns))'));
if i == j
Y(i, i) = Y(i, i) / 2; % Useful to perform Y = (Y + Y') / 2
Y = -k * (Y + Y'); % This is the actual Y in which I'm interested
V is a Ns * Ns matrix and lambda is some vector of length Ns.
The problem I have is that T is never equal to Ns, thus I cannot write these operations as simple matrix elements, which can be very time-expensive, for example when Ns = 400, 500, ...
I would like to know if anyone could help me vectorize this code.
Edit : clarified somethings for this code to run : example values