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Moving sum with variable window
The moving sum can be calculated in MATLAB with movsum. However, that function requires that the window be a scalar. Is there a ...

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Convolution using non-constant kernel?
Is there a faster way of performing convolution using a non-constant kernel than with a loop? The kernel contains values complet...

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Quicker way to subtract large vectors using a sliding window?
Below is code with comments for two versions of vector subtraction using a sliding window. I got the math to work (first method ...

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MATLAB Compare Tool in 2021b
Some changes have been made to the comparison tool in MATLAB 2021b that are steps backwards, in my opinion. Or, there are prefer...

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Problemas in Cody Area
Mariola, I just checked your community profile and I do not see any Cody progress. Are you sure that you were logged into mathwo...

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Precision problem while solving Cody Problems
There are quite a few problems that have been posted to Cody that erroneously use isequal() to test answers, rather than using a...

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How can I split comma-separated numbers inside a cell of a cell array?
Let me know if this is what you're looking for: % define comma-delimited data set cell_dat = {'13,15,21'; '42,40,47,11,3...

oltre 5 anni ago | 1

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converting a Fahrenheit degree to a Celsius degree, then use this function in a “for” loop to calculate the equivalent Celsius degrees for the Fahrenheit degrees from 0 to 200
You don't need to use a for loop. See the following vectorized solution: % create an array from 0 to 200 (default increment...

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How to force basic authentication with URLREAD in MATLAB for pages where login is not required?
As of Release 2013a, the URLREAD function now supports basic authentication. However, I can't get it to work for websites where ...

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