How to change cell arrays to 3D arrays in order to speed up calculations?

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Hello, For example I have two cell arrays x {10}(20x5) non integer values and k {10}(5x1) integer values 1:5, and use one cell array as index to other array.
x1=cellfun(@(x,y) x(5,y),x,k, 'UniformOutput',false);
and result is x1 {10}(1x5), unfortunately cell fun is slow with gpuArray when working with bigger arrays, what would be the way to use 3D arrays and maybe arrayfun for this?
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Guillaume am 3 Jul. 2018
Mantas Vaitonis's comment mistakenly posted as an answer moved here:
An example would be if
1 8 10 2 5
3 5 7 9 11
4 5 2 3 7
12 10 4 6 2
9 7 10 1 3
and k(:,:,1)
then x1(:,:1) would be
10 1 9 3 10

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KL am 2 Jul. 2018
Bearbeitet: KL am 2 Jul. 2018
Convert x into a 3d matrix using
x_mat = cat(3,x{:});
and then if you want to extract 5th row from all the pages,
x_mat(5,:,:) %squeeze(x_mat(5,:,:)) , if you want a 2D matrix
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Mantas Vaitonis
Mantas Vaitonis am 2 Jul. 2018
It is not that only 5th row is needed, but columns indexes should be taken from k {10}(5x1) where integer values from 1 to 5, that x(5,k(:,1,:),:).

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