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nitya ...
nitya ... on 21 Mar 2011
Answered: Shivani Dixit on 1 Jun 2021
for n=1:length(theta_o)
here please explain AF(n,:) means

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Matt Tearle
Matt Tearle on 21 Mar 2011
The n th row of the matrix variable AF. The colon stands for all indices, and MATLAB indexes by row-then-column. Hence, AF(n,:) means "nth row, all columns".

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Shivani Dixit
Shivani Dixit on 1 Jun 2021
With reference to selecting elements from a matrix ':' refers to selecting the elements from starting index to ending index. In the code AF(n,:) means selecting the nth row and all the columns. Basically it means selecting full n'th' row.
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