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camaptrang
Joined: 28 May 2013 Posts: 19

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 3:15 am Post subject: Matrix outpout 


Hi all,
I have a problem. The result that i want to obtain is a matrix 2x2(note C). The parameter that i give to calculate the matrix C are a(n),b(n). So I want to obtains n matrix. What is the idea to do i?
Thank of avance 

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mkcolg
Joined: 30 Jun 2004 Posts: 6473 Location: The Portland Group Inc.

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 1:51 pm Post subject: 


Hi camaptrang,
Sorry but I'm not quite sure what you're asking. Are "a" and "b" linearized 2D arrays where n=2 (2x2)? If so, then just take the normal matrix multiply algorithm and instead of accessing using a[i][j], use a computed index "idx=i*2+j".
 Mat 

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camaptrang
Joined: 28 May 2013 Posts: 19

Posted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 12:38 am Post subject: Matrix outpout 


Hi,
I'm sorry, I ased a question not clear. Example, I have n couple (a(i),b(i)),i=1,n. I want to calcul matrix A(mxk) n time. Example, at 1th step, i have
A(i,j)=a(1)^i*b(1)^j; i=1,...,m;j=1,...,n
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at nth step, i have
A(i,j)=a(n)^i*b(n)^j; i=1,...,m;j=1,...,n
The results which I want to obtains are n matrix A(mxk)
Thank you of avance. 

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mecej4
Joined: 19 Jun 2011 Posts: 59

Posted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 3:59 am Post subject: Re: Matrix outpout 


camaptrang wrote:  Hi,
...I have n couple (a(i),b(i)),i=1,n. I want to calcul matrix A(mxk) n time.
A(i,j)=a(1)^i*b(1)^j; i=1,...,m;j=1,...,n
.
.
A(i,j)=a(n)^i*b(n)^j; i=1,...,m;j=1,...,n
The results which I want to obtains are n matrix A(mxk)

What is k? There is no occurrence of k in the definitions of A(i,j) that you gave. Given that i=1:m and j=1:n, according to the definitions A is m x n, not m x k, unless k=n.
I am reminded of what one of my mathematics teachers used to drill into his students: "A problem well defined is a problem half solved". 

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camaptrang
Joined: 28 May 2013 Posts: 19

Posted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 6:19 am Post subject: Matrix outpout 


Hi,
A is a matrix of size mxk, then j=1,..,k. I had a mistake.
Thank you. 

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