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to find 8 connectivity of an image

https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/bwconncomp.html

to find 8 connectivity of an image

https://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/bwconncomp.html

etwa 2 Stunden ago | 0

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covariance between the estimated parameters from curve fitting toolbox

There is lsqcurvefit in the Optimization Toolbox. However, the Curve Fitting Toolbox does let you return the Jacobian, which is ...

covariance between the estimated parameters from curve fitting toolbox

There is lsqcurvefit in the Optimization Toolbox. However, the Curve Fitting Toolbox does let you return the Jacobian, which is ...

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fsolve found wrong solution for easy equation

Choosing an initial guess of x=0 in fsolve is often a bad idea because the gradient of the objective will frequently be zero the...

fsolve found wrong solution for easy equation

Choosing an initial guess of x=0 in fsolve is often a bad idea because the gradient of the objective will frequently be zero the...

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emptying each row of matrix of a in a loop then uses respective matrices produced from it to get a certain value

Why not as follows, b=nan(size(a,1),1); %pre-allocate for i=1:size(a,1) tmp=a; tmp(i,:)=[], b(i)=...

emptying each row of matrix of a in a loop then uses respective matrices produced from it to get a certain value

Why not as follows, b=nan(size(a,1),1); %pre-allocate for i=1:size(a,1) tmp=a; tmp(i,:)=[], b(i)=...

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emptying each row of a matrix in a loop

a0=a; for i=1:size(a,1) a=a0; a(i,:)=[], end

emptying each row of a matrix in a loop

a0=a; for i=1:size(a,1) a=a0; a(i,:)=[], end

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fsolve found wrong solution for easy equation

fzero works better fun=@(x) x^2-1+a/b*log( (b*x^2 -a) / (b-a) ); [sol,fval]= fzero(fun,0) sol = -1.000000128628277 ...

fsolve found wrong solution for easy equation

fzero works better fun=@(x) x^2-1+a/b*log( (b*x^2 -a) / (b-a) ); [sol,fval]= fzero(fun,0) sol = -1.000000128628277 ...

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Returning an additional value that is not part of the fitness function or objective for all population evaluation in GA

function run_optimization allSigmas=[]; [xGA,fval] = ga(fun,nvars,[],[],[],[],lowbond,upbond,[],[],options); ...

Returning an additional value that is not part of the fitness function or objective for all population evaluation in GA

function run_optimization allSigmas=[]; [xGA,fval] = ga(fun,nvars,[],[],[],[],lowbond,upbond,[],[],options); ...

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Implicit expansion with empty arrays

I was just idly curious why scalar expansion of an empty array seems to work here (R2018a), >> [1,2,3;4 5 6]-zeros(2,3,0) an...

2 Tage ago | 1 answer | 1

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How to trim segments to fit a square

One solution is to use intersectionHull() from here https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/30892-analyze-n-dimens...

How to trim segments to fit a square

One solution is to use intersectionHull() from here https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/30892-analyze-n-dimens...

2 Tage ago | 1

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extracting data from struct(structure within a structure)

This may be what you want, targets=[trials.target]; rows=vertcat(targets.row) but it is not very clear from your post how t...

extracting data from struct(structure within a structure)

This may be what you want, targets=[trials.target]; rows=vertcat(targets.row) but it is not very clear from your post how t...

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ismembertol does not work as documented

The documentation isn't wrong. You've set a tolerance that can only satisfied reliably at A(6) in infinite precision arithmetic....

ismembertol does not work as documented

The documentation isn't wrong. You've set a tolerance that can only satisfied reliably at A(6) in infinite precision arithmetic....

3 Tage ago | 0

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rotation constraint in imregtform

I don't have a clear picture of the "skips" you are refering to, but it vaguely sounds like it could be addressed by setting the...

rotation constraint in imregtform

I don't have a clear picture of the "skips" you are refering to, but it vaguely sounds like it could be addressed by setting the...

3 Tage ago | 0

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How to speed up function approximation?

There are a few inefficiencies that I see. Firstly, you shouldn't pick an arbitrary StartPoint like [0.8,0.8]. The problem can b...

How to speed up function approximation?

There are a few inefficiencies that I see. Firstly, you shouldn't pick an arbitrary StartPoint like [0.8,0.8]. The problem can b...

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Fit NonLinearLeastSquares to data and constrain curve to pass through point (0,1)

This answer incorporates Torsten's advice, but I also think you should re-formulate the model to make the exponential terms asym...

Fit NonLinearLeastSquares to data and constrain curve to pass through point (0,1)

This answer incorporates Torsten's advice, but I also think you should re-formulate the model to make the exponential terms asym...

4 Tage ago | 0

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Right-truncating a lognormal distribution

I think this is right. How can I code this? function out=conditionalCDF(a,b,x,beta,sigma) pa=normcdf(log(a)-x*beta,0,sig...

Right-truncating a lognormal distribution

I think this is right. How can I code this? function out=conditionalCDF(a,b,x,beta,sigma) pa=normcdf(log(a)-x*beta,0,sig...

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Coordinate system of matlab

However, i read that Matlab uses two types of coordinate systems which i find really frustrating and confusing at the same time....

Coordinate system of matlab

However, i read that Matlab uses two types of coordinate systems which i find really frustrating and confusing at the same time....

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How to find the area of the object in the center?

impoly worked pretty well for me. The area in pixels was 1358238 h=impoly(); area=numel(h.createMask) % 1358238

How to find the area of the object in the center?

impoly worked pretty well for me. The area in pixels was 1358238 h=impoly(); area=numel(h.createMask) % 1358238

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Plot feasible region of a high-dimensional linear programming along some dimensions

I tried to use this without success ... which stops with a long error message that I'm struggling to intepret. The error mess...

Plot feasible region of a high-dimensional linear programming along some dimensions

I tried to use this without success ... which stops with a long error message that I'm struggling to intepret. The error mess...

7 Tage ago | 0

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Quadratic Programming (quadprog):

Using your posted A matrix I find that >> cond(H) ans = 7.5703e+18 For numerical purposes, this is a singular matrix ...

Quadratic Programming (quadprog):

Using your posted A matrix I find that >> cond(H) ans = 7.5703e+18 For numerical purposes, this is a singular matrix ...

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Increasing the bounds of integration on a strictly positive function decreases the result

A plot of the function reveals highly oscillatory behavior in the interval [-2e-6,0] which then flattens out to zero in [-1,-2e-...

Increasing the bounds of integration on a strictly positive function decreases the result

A plot of the function reveals highly oscillatory behavior in the interval [-2e-6,0] which then flattens out to zero in [-1,-2e-...

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Can multiple classes share external methods without inheritance?

Is it possible to have external methods that multiple classes share? It sounds like the "external methods" you are trying to im...

Can multiple classes share external methods without inheritance?

Is it possible to have external methods that multiple classes share? It sounds like the "external methods" you are trying to im...

7 Tage ago | 1

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How do I help quadprog converge?

Is checking that the constraints are satisfied and the optimality measure is low a good rule of thumb for making this decision? ...

How do I help quadprog converge?

Is checking that the constraints are satisfied and the optimality measure is low a good rule of thumb for making this decision? ...

8 Tage ago | 0

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Insert desired number of spaces in the string contains numerical value

How about txt="0 STR "+1

Insert desired number of spaces in the string contains numerical value

How about txt="0 STR "+1

9 Tage ago | 0

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Regression of a vector in a optimization problem

As the others have said, all regression routines in the Optimization Toolbox allow you to represent the unknown variable in vect...

Regression of a vector in a optimization problem

As the others have said, all regression routines in the Optimization Toolbox allow you to represent the unknown variable in vect...

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abstract class with inherite handle class

You cannot create an instance of an abstract class. Also, your constructor expects arguments EEG and INFO, which you have not pr...

abstract class with inherite handle class

You cannot create an instance of an abstract class. Also, your constructor expects arguments EEG and INFO, which you have not pr...

12 Tage ago | 1

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indexing takes a very long time

It takes a long time because every time you execute the line b = A(i:i+10,i+10,:) memory is allocated for b. Instead of itera...

indexing takes a very long time

It takes a long time because every time you execute the line b = A(i:i+10,i+10,:) memory is allocated for b. Instead of itera...

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How to setup gamultiobj to "explore farther" along a specific objective?

Maybe redefine Obj2 so that it jumps from 16.6 to infinity, Obj2 = Obj2-1+1/(Obj2<16.6)

How to setup gamultiobj to "explore farther" along a specific objective?

Maybe redefine Obj2 so that it jumps from 16.6 to infinity, Obj2 = Obj2-1+1/(Obj2<16.6)

12 Tage ago | 0

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Loss function in CNN

I expect you might have to feed the hidden layer outputs forward, making them inputs/outputs of your custom output layer. That w...

Loss function in CNN

I expect you might have to feed the hidden layer outputs forward, making them inputs/outputs of your custom output layer. That w...

15 Tage ago | 0

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How to add an extra column to a 1x1 structure

I can't be sure from your description exactly what you are trying to do, but it sounds like a table might be much better for wha...

How to add an extra column to a 1x1 structure

I can't be sure from your description exactly what you are trying to do, but it sounds like a table might be much better for wha...

15 Tage ago | 0

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